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Heroes & Villains: The Comic Book Art of Alex Ross at The Andy Warhol Museum, 2011.
The Andy Warhol Museum has created more than several pre-packaged traveling exhibitions available for display at museums.

Andy Warhol, Wigs $8.95, ca. 1983. ©AWFAndy Warhol, Wigs $8.95, ca. 1983. ©AWF

The Late Drawings of Andy Warhol, 1973 - 1987

Featuring iconic images such as James Dean, Campbell's Soup, Mickey Mouse, and John Wayne, The Late Drawings of Andy Warhol contains 50 drawings created by Warhol from 1973 to 1987 - many of which are being exhibited for the first time.

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Andy Warhol, Madonna and Child, n.d. ©AWFAndy Warhol, Madonna and Child, n.d. ©AWF

Happy Warholidays

During the 1950s, Andy Warhol created hundreds of Christmas-themed commercial drawings, Christmas cards, and personal drawings.  This exhibition contains 37 works on paper, two sculptures, and archival material.

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Andy Warhol, Heart (I Love You), 1984.Andy Warhol, Heart (I Love You), 1984.

Love, Andy

Love, Andy explores the theme of romantic love with a selection of drawings, paintings, photographs, and archival materials that showcase Warhol’s innate sense of design and composition as well as humor and wit.

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Andy Warhol, Torso (Double), ca. 1982Andy Warhol, Torso (Double), ca. 1982.

Dirty Art: Andy Warhol's Torsos and Sex Parts

Dirty Art contains more than 50 paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, and archival objects related to Warhol's Torsos and Sex Parts series.  This exhibition is intended for mature audiences.

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Andy Warhol, Cologne Cathedral, 1985. ©AWM Andy Warhol, Cologne Cathedral, 1985. ©AWF

"The Empire State Building is a Star!”: Warhol’s Images of Architecture and Monumental Structures

See the architecture of the world with Warhol in "The Empire State Building is a Star!”: Warhol’s Images of Architecture and Monumental Structures.  This exhibition includes 12 paintings, 8 prints, 10 photographs, and 1 drawing of images that span from China to Paris and more. Also featured in the exhibition is Warhol’s film Empire.

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Andy Warhol, Clown, 1983. © AWFAndy Warhol, Clown, 1983. ©AWF

The Art of Andy Warhol for Children

The Art of Andy Warhol for Children features six prints from Warhol’s Myths series and 18 paintings from the Toys series, originally commissioned by Galerie Bruno Bischofberger. Also included are archival materials and step by step educational materials for teaching Warhol’s silk-screening process.

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Andy Warhol, Dog (Great Dane), 1976.Andy Warhol, Dog (Great Dane), 1976.

Canis Major: Andy Warhol’s Dogs and Cats

Explore Andy Warhol's life-long love of animals in Canis Major: Andy Warhol's Dogs and Cats. This show includes 15 paintings, 11 drawings and 39 photographs spanning 30 years of work.

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Andy Warhol, Statue of Liberty, 1976 - 1986, 1986. ©AWFAndy Warhol, Statue of Liberty, 1976 - 1986, 1986. ©AWF

Stitched Together: Andy Warhol's Sewn Photographs

This exhibition contains 29 sewn photographs created by Warhol.

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Andy Warhol, Mick Jagger, 1975. ©AWFAndy Warhol, Mick Jagger, 1975. ©AWF

Starf*cker: Andy Warhol and The Rolling Stones

Starf*cker: Andy Warhol and The Rolling Stones includes many objects from Warhol's archives which illuminate Warhol's professional relationship with The Rolling Stones and his close friendship with Mick Jagger.  This exhibition also contains a selection of prints, photographs, and film material.

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Andy Warhol, Cow Wallpaper [Pink on Yellow], 1966Andy Warhol, Cow Wallpaper [Pink on Yellow], 1966.

Warhol Wallpaper

From the 1960s into the early 1980s, Andy Warhol created wallpaper with images of cows, fish, Mao and others designed by him.  The wallpaper was exhibited alongside Warhol's paintings and prints.  The Warhol refabricates Warhol's wallpaper for museum-approved use in art exhibitions.

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Andy Warhol, Silver Clouds [Warhol Museum Series], 1994Andy Warhol, Silver Clouds [Warhol Museum Series], 1994.

Silver Clouds 

Warhol created Silver Clouds with the assistance of Billy Kluver for a 1966 exhibition at the Leo Castelli Gallery. Warhol designed an environment that included one room filled with Silver Clouds - helium-filled balloons which moved with the air currents. A favorite of visitors to the Warhol Museum, the Silver Clouds are refabricated for Warhol Museum-approved use in art exhibitions.

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