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 fifty drawings Warhol created from 1973 to 1987.
Andy Warhol: Myth / Maker
The Warhol has partnered with the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh to create this interactive exhibition featuring original Warhol silkscreen paintings, prints, archival material, and a hands-on studio experience for the entire family.
Andy Warhol: Portraits
In Warhol’s vast body of work, portraiture is probably the most prominent of all his practices. Throughout his career, the sum total of his celebrity and commissioned portraits exceeded eleven hundred sitters. His work captured each generation and the people who would become icons.
Warhol created Silver Clouds with the assistance of Billy Klüver for a 1966 exhibition at the Leo Castelli Gallery. Warhol designed an environment filled with Silver Clouds, helium-filled balloons that moved with the air currents. A favorite of visitors to The Warhol, the Silver Clouds are reproduced for museum quality art installations and are not commercially available.
From the 1960s into the early 1980s, Warhol created wallpaper with images of cows, fish, Chairman Mao, among others. The wallpaper was exhibited alongside Warhol’s paintings and prints. The Warhol refabricates Warhol’s wallpaper for museum-approved use in art exhibitions. Warhol’s wallpapers are not commercially available and have only been used in installations of Warhol’s work.