Steve Kaufman Art On Permanent Exhibition at The Andy Warhol Museum Of Modern Art In Slovakia

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Long Island Virtual Art Studio Statement Regarding Symbolic Gathering Of World Famous Artists In Warhol’s Hometown

May 17, 2012 / Long Beach, NY – American Pop Art, Inc., a Long Island based virtual art gallery exclusively dedicated to Steve Kaufman art, is proud to celebrate a historic and unprecedented art exhibit featuring the works of Andy Warhol and his world-famous colleagues, now through June 30, 2012.

In a historic move, more than 150 works by pop art king Andy Warhol, plus treasured works by Warhol's good friends Robert Indiana, Roy Lichtenstein, Jean-Michael Basquiat, and Steve Kaufman will meet in an unparalleled exhibition in the hometown of Warhol's parents -- a region where pop art had been previously banned by the communist regime. The stellar showcase marks very exciting news for American Pop Art Inc., local art collectors, and pop art fans worldwide.

“This is HUGE, and very exciting. To all collectors, be proud to own one of these paintings, and also know it's a great investment. I am so proud of Steve Kaufman and what he accomplished in his short life.” said Diana Vachier of Long Beach, NY, owner of American Pop Art, Inc. and long-time friend of the late Steve Kaufman. “No matter what the economy is, the best investment is art. Art is the only thing that always goes up in value. People buy art instead of stock.”

The exhibition, titled “Writing as an Image, Writing within an Image” is being held at the Andy Warhol Museum of Modern Art in northeastern Slovakia, Europe’s only Andy Warhol museum. Warhol’s parents left this region and emigrated to the U.S. in the early 1900’s.

Highlights of the exhibit include the ‘LOVE’ portfolio by Robert Indiana (Deluxe Edition), some of the more recent works by Andy Warhol and all the Steve Kaufman canvases, none of which has been exhibited in Central Europe before. For additional details about this exhibit, please visit: