Cadillac isn’t just about luxury cars. It’s about showing their passion for the arts, too. The automaker has recently partnered with The Andy Warhol Museum to help create a collaborative project that’s sure to impress.
The project is called Letters to Andy Warhol and celebrates art and cultural expression. It features five letters that reflect conversations between Andy Warhol and Yves Saint Laurent, Mick Jagger, the Museum of Modern Art, the New York State Department of Public Works, and a friend of his and Truman Capote’s. These letters introduce a window into Andy Warhol’s life.
So what is Cadillac’s part in this exhibit? Cadillac artworks are on display alongside these letters, adding to the exhibit with that authentic vibe of American culture. The Cadillac artworks on display include two illustrations of the 1958 Cadillac Coupe de Ville, a graphite sketch of at 1962 Cadillac, and more.
“Andy Warhol painted a portrait of American life. The Warhol’s partnership with Cadillac, an iconic American brand that appears in Warhol’s work, feels completely right to us,” said Patrick Moore, The Warhol’s interim director.
You can check out the exhibit at The Andy Warhol Museum for yourself if you’ll be in New York in November-December, Los Angeles in January, or Miami in February. After that, this impactful exhibit will be going on a world tour.