Laura Mattioli presents the series The Last Supper by Andy Warhol, inspired by Leonardo da Vinci’s Ultima cena (The Last Supper). The series includes over one hundred reproductions of Leonardo’s masterpiece, the latter of which was made by Warhol before his death. Mattioli explains that, due to conservation problems related to the technique used by Leonardo, the Last Supper was immediately subjected to restorations that have partially covered the original; besides, its enormous fortune has made it the subject of numerous reproductions over the centuries. Warhol was fascinated by the fact that Leonardo’s original painting, brought to light only by recent restoration works, could not be known and by its fortune in popular culture; moreover, his tormented relationship with the Christian faith led him to reflect on the religious message of the painting. In making his reproductions, Warhol often relied not on Leonardo’s original but on printed reproductions, mostly consumer and of low quality, thus reflecting on the relationship between art, faith, the dictates of the church, and contemporary consumer culture.