Cooking with the Collection: Alex Katz and Andy Warhol


“I’ll buy a huge piece of meat, cook it up for dinner, and then right before it’s done I’ll break down and have what I wanted for dinner in the first place — bread and jam,” the artist wrote. “I’m only kidding myself when I go through the motions of cooking protein: all I ever really want is sugar.…People expect you to eat protein and you do so they won’t talk.”

Campbell’s Tomato Soup. Andy Warhol. (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1928–1987, New York, New York). Screenprint on shopping bag. 24 in. x 17 in. (60.96 cm x 43.18 cm). Museum Acquisition Fund. 1990.9


“you didn’t ask for food in my house, and you didn’t comment on it. You ate it or you didn’t.” source



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