Pakpoom Silaphan (B. 1972)
Warhol on Coke Bottle in Coke Crate
signed 'Pakpoom Silaphan' (on the side)
mixed media on glass bottles and wooden crate
8 5⁄8 x 18 5⁄8 x 12in. (22 x 47.2 x 30cm.)
Executed in 2013
Kindly donated by the artist.
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