credit Installation of Vote McGovern and Mao paintings. ©AWF.

The Andy Warhol Museum presents unique and intellectually stimulating exhibitions year-round, and continues to display never-before-seen Warhol artworks from the collection. The artwork within The Warhol’s six floors of gallery space frequently rotate, providing an ever-changing experience for our visitors. In addition to the thousands of paintings, drawings, photographs, prints, sculptures, films, and videos in our permanent collection, the museum houses the Warhol’s archives. By exhibiting this archival material with Warhol’s artwork, The Warhol is able to provide a unique and rich museum experience.

Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

In this bust portrait of a woman with dark skin she sits in profile with her head turned 45 degrees to look directly at the viewer. She has dark brown eyes and wears an elaborate headdress that fills the top half of the vertical portrait. The headdress is a variety of whites, beiges, browns, and a bit of blue where the fabric folds creating shadows. It includes a variety of decorative patterns, and one of the patterns includes black panthers.

Firelei Báez: Bloodlines

February 17 – May 21, 2017

A collection of black and white photographs of celebrities surround a photo album with the word photographs.

Andy Warhol: Stars of the Silver Screen

June 16 – September 24, 2017

Artwork resembles a lush white layer cake with frosted borders and decorative toppings. Close inspection also reveals the elaborate beadwork used to construct a menagerie of images sourced from vintage postcards: sweethearts in love, domesticated animals, and exotic flower arrangements.

Farhad Moshiri: Go West

October 13, 2017–January 14, 2018

Current and Upcoming Projects

Jace Clayton wearing a blue wool coat and gray scarf standing against a gray sky.

Jace Clayton: Silver Clouds

February 28 – June 11, 2017

Traveling Exhibitions

The Andy Warhol Museum has an extensive traveling exhibitions program, loaning Andy Warhol’s artwork to museums around the world. Since 1996, exhibitions organized or co-organized by The Warhol Museum have been seen by over 9 million people in 25 states and 36 countries. In 2000, The Warhol was selected by the United States Department of State to provide an original exhibition of Warhol’s artworks to museums throughout Russia and Eastern Europe, and as far away as Kazakhstan