Adam Baldwin is the founder and managing director of Baldwin Contemporary. Established in 2018, Baldwin Contemporary is a London based art gallery specialising in Post War and Contemporary works of art.
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Twentysix Gasoline Stations, 1963
National Exelsior-published book
First edition, signed by the artist
Twentysix Gasoline Stations is widely-credited as being the defining artist's book of the modern era and is considered seminal in the history of contemporary art. It only cost $3 at release in 1963 and so a lot have been lost and damaged over the years. It is truly a museum quality piece of art history.
Electric Chair Complete Portfolio (FS II. 74-83), 1971
Portfolio of 10 screenprints on paper
Edition of 250 signed, dated and numbered
35.5 x 48 inches each
Available from Baldwin Contemporary
Individuals from GBP £20,000 or £2,000 per month with Art Money
The Death and Disaster series ranks amongst Warhol's most controversial and thought-provoking projects in a uniquely Warholian manner. The way in which Warhol has posited what is fundamentally a factory-produced tool of death fabricated by the same industrial system of mass production that produced Campbell soup cans, Coke bottles and 'the celebrity' is superb. The American consumer capitalist culture that we call the 'American Dream' has a darker side to it, and Warhol simply wasn't going to let us forget that.