Photograph by Ken Heyman, 1964
Warhol at Home
Our mission as a museum is to engage and inspire through Warhol’s life, art, and legacy. But we also know that art can offer solace or even provoke dialogue in uncertain times. Warhol at Home brings the museum to you through stories, videos, and activities designed to encourage critical thinking and new ways to look at the world. We invite you to read, watch, and learn from the comfort of your home as we share new material each week. In the meantime, please stay healthy and safe.
Against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jessica Beck, Milton Fine curator of art, takes a close look at Warhol as a queer artist in the age of AIDs.
As part of our Warhol at Home series, art critic Blake Gopnik discusses Warhol, his new biography. Presented in partnership with Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures.