Among the many fine Warhol pieces in tomorrow's auction of Contemporary Art, is an Untitled screenprint printed in black on green cloth, circa 1980 depicting a man's penis--a well endowed one at that.
The fabric comes from a man's work shirt, the print is 14 by 11 inches, and the work is signed by Warhol in ink.
Proceeds of the sale of this lot will benefit the Lifelong AIDS Alliance, a Seattle-based non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of thousands by providing health insurance, healthy meals, housing, education and dignity to people living with HIV/AIDS. LLAA is the Pacific Northwest's leading AIDS service organization.
Labels: American Art, Andy Warhol, charity auction, contemporary art, Todd Weyman