Scotland: Andy Warhol goes to Parliament with 'Pop, Power and Politics'
For the first time, American pop artist Andy Warhol's works will be shown in a parliamentary building in a show titled "Pop, Power and Politics." Scottish Parliament members and visitors will have a chance to ponder Warhol-style political commentary during the free month-long exhibition that opened Saturday at the complex in Edinburgh. More than 40 items -- including portraits of Andrew Carnegie, Jimmy Carter and Richard Nixon -- will be on display through Nov. 3. Here are some of the Warhol works you can see at the Parliament complex whose remarkable modern architecture is worth a visit too.
-- Mary Forgione
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Andy Warhol in Scotland
Scottish Parliament staff view the new Andy Warhol show on display at Parliament in Edinburgh. The painting, "Andrew Carnegie," is a portrait of the Scottish-American businessman and philanthropist.