On July 1st, an exhibition began on the theme of a “novel reinterpretation of the Pope of Pop.” Since 1964, Andy Warhol painted in an immense collective studio. This exhibition reinterprets the work of Andy Warhol, in another version of the 1960s, against a background of opposition to the Vietnam War, and of drugs, excess and overdose. “Pop art is the submerged part of the iceberg. Its work expresses a darker tonality.” The exhibition also shows photos of an electric chair, a silkscreen print of a car accident, and so on, always in shades of pop colors. Death is there as the backdrop. The show includes the notion of “time stretching,” with an 8-hour video still of the Empire State Building. One room is dedicated to album covers. Come and discover the dark side of pop art, now through November 23.