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Past Event Screening of The Chelsea Girls

Film stills side-by-side. The film still on the left is a close up of a woman with long, blond hair looking downward. Her right index finger is in her mouth. The still on the right is a close up of a man in black and white with dark hair looking towards the left of the frame.

Andy Warhol, The Chelsea Girls, 1966. Pictured: Nico / Ondine, ©2018 The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, a museum of Carnegie Institute. All rights reserved.

We present Andy Warhol’s epic double-screen masterpiece The Chelsea Girls in a new digital film transfer. Each of the film’s segments are tableaux featuring beauty, sex, drugs, and danger that give viewers a genuine glimpse into Warhol’s 1960s underground world. The film screens in celebration of the new publication Andy Warhol’s The Chelsea Girls edited and with text by the museum’s film curators Geralyn Huxley and Greg Pierce.

Prior to the screening there will be a book signing with the film curators in The Warhol Store from 6–7 p.m.


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