Publications

The Warhol works with curators, artists, and scholars to produce exhibition catalogues and scholarly publications that illuminate contemporary culture.

Print and digital books organized by The Andy Warhol Museum

Overhead shots of the Go West publication. One of the covers has a red cover with blue text, while the other has a gray cover with pink text. Two books are spread open to reveal artworks by Farhad Moshiri.

Go West: Farhad Moshiri

Farhad Moshiri: Go West was produced to accompany the 2017 exhibition of the same name. Moshiri’s richly embellished paintings and sculptures explore the intersection of eastern and western popular culture, the tension between traditional craft and contemporary art practice, and the malleable nature of identity. The volume includes essays by contemporary art history scholars and is illustrated with full-color images of pieces in the exhibition as well as documentary photographs of the artist at work.

Mitra M. Abbaspour, Shiva Balaghi, and Jose Diaz
Limited edition hardcover (four versions), 132 pages, 68 illustrations
The Andy Warhol Museum, 2017

$39.95, available through The Warhol Store

Andy Warhol: My Perfect Body

This catalogue was produced to accompany the 2016 exhibition Andy Warhol: My Perfect Body, the first comprehensive look at Warhol’s engagement with the body. Highlighting The Warhol’s permanent collection, and including rarely traveled loans, this exhibition broadly examines Warhol’s work, from student drawings to late paintings of the 1980s, revealing parallels between Warhol’s personal history and the treatment of the body as a subject in his work.

Jessica Beck, James Boaden, Douglas Crimp, and John Giorno
Softcover, 84 pages, 42 illustrations
Publisher: The Andy Warhol Museum, 2016

$19.95, available through The Warhol Store

Pearlstein, Warhol, Cantor: From Pittsburgh to New York

This catalogue accompanied the exhibition Pearlstein, Warhol, Cantor: From Pittsburgh to New York, the first to explore the work of Philip Pearlstein, Andy Warhol, and Dorothy Cantor as students at Carnegie Tech (now Carnegie Mellon University), and as young artists breaking into the New York art world in the early 1950s.

Jessica Beck and Philip Pearlstein
Softcover, 62 pages
Publisher: The Andy Warhol Museum, 2015

$30, available through The Warhol Store

Halston & Warhol: Silver & Suede

Halston & Warhol: Silver & Suede

Halston and Warhol illuminate through their art and fashion a uniquely American point of view, one that matched high and low materials and deceptively simple forms with multistep processes. Both were outsiders, one from Pittsburgh and one from Iowa, whose New York careers challenged the status quo. For the first time, their lives and work are presented side by side in over 300 images with interviews and essays that explore their friendship and their art.

The Andy Warhol Museum, Lesley Frowick, Geralyn Huxley, and Valerie Steele
Hardcover, 240 pages, 310 illustrations
Publisher: Abrams, 2014

$50
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Deborah Kass: Before and Happily Ever After

Deborah Kass: Before and Happily Ever After

The first comprehensive book to accompany a major exhibition of Deborah Kass's work, in-depth essays trace the evolution of her art since the early 1960s and explore major themes and subjects of her work. Deeply concerned with the history of politics and art making, especially the place of women in a male-dominated world, her works engage critically with the art history canon.

Eric Shiner, with Robert Storr, Giselda Pollack, Lisa Liebmann, and Brooke Adams
Paperback, 256 pages
Publisher: Skira Rizzoli, 2012

$40
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Andy Warhol: 365 Takes

Andy Warhol: 365 Takes

Illustrated with almost 400 objects, from paintings to party invitations, this publication features highlights of the museum's collection as well as lively commentaries by the museum's staff and quotes from Warhol's own irreverent writings. Produced in celebration of the museum's ten-year anniversary, this book serves as both an introduction to and a handbook for the most extensive collection of Warhol's artwork anywhere in the world.

The Andy Warhol Museum
Hardcover, 744 pages, 365 illustrations
Publisher: Abrams, 2004

$35
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Strange Messenger: The Work of Patti Smith

Strange Messenger: The Work of Patti Smith

Moving easily between the literary, art, and musical worlds, Patti Smith presents an impressive body of visual art that expresses her views about violence, religion, war, and intolerance. Bringing together approximately sixty works spanning the past thirty years, this book collects early pieces as well as ones inspired by the September 11, 2001, World Trade Center attacks.

David Greenberg and John Smith, editor
Paperback, 80 pages, 50 illustrations
Publisher: The Andy Warhol Museum, 2003

Out of Print

Factory Direct: Pittsburgh E-Publication

Factory Direct: Pittsburgh

This e-publication accompanied the 2002 exhibition Factory Direct: Pittsburgh curated by The Warhol’s former director Eric Shiner and Natalie Settles. The exhibition featured fourteen artists invited to participate in a residency in a local business and make a new work of art based on the materials, processes, and/or history of their host institution.

Michael Oatman, Natalie Settles, and Eric Shiner
64 pages, 34 illustrations
Publisher: The Andy Warhol Museum, 2002

Out of Print

Possession Obsession: Andy Warhol and Collecting

Possession Obsession: Andy Warhol and Collecting

An obsessive collector, Warhol culled antique stores, galleries, auction houses, and flea markets as part of his daily routine. He filled his New York City townhouse with art and objects that inspired and intrigued him, from Art Deco silver and Empire furniture to American folk art and twentieth century collectables. In a series of essays and images, the publication examines Warhol’s collecting as an artistic process and an expression of personality.

John W. Smith, editor
Hardcover, 159 pages, 120 illustrations
Publisher: The Andy Warhol Museum, 2002

$39.95, available through The Warhol Store

The Warhol Coloring Book

The Warhol Coloring Book

This coloring and activity book provides children and their families information about Warhol's life and art. The illustrations were created by Kristoffer Smith, who began working at The Warhol when he was in high school. Following in Warhol's tradition of supporting and encouraging young artists, The Warhol is committed to fostering creative thinking and participation by all of our audiences.

Illustrated by Kristoffer Smith, texts by The Andy Warhol Museum education department
Paperback, 24 pages
Publisher: The Andy Warhol Museum, 2010

Out of Print

The Warhol Look

The Warhol Look

Featuring more than 500 works, including paintings, clothing, photographs, window displays, films, and videos, this publication explores Warhol's impact on fashion and glamor and how the "Warhol style" influenced contemporary art.

Mark Francis, Margery King, and The Andy Warhol Museum
Softcover, 304 pages, 380 illustrations
Publisher: Bulfinch Press/Little Brown and Company, 1997

Out of Print

Publications organized in partnership with The Andy Warhol Museum

Adman: Warhol Before Pop

This volume is published in conjunction with the exhibition at the Art Gallery of New South Wales Adman: Warhol before pop. Essays by Warhol scholars and other experts in their fields provide surprising insights into the beginning of Warhol’s career, from his award‐winning work as a commercial illustrator through to his first, little‐known exhibitions.

Nicholas Chambers, Richard Meyer, Blake Gopnik, Brett Littman, Matt Wrbican, Nina Schleif, Tom Sokolowski, and Ellen Lupton
Hardcover, 248 pages, 150+ illustrations
Co-published by Art Gallery of New South Wales and The Andy Warhol Museum, 2017

$45, available through The Warhol Store

Andy Warhol | Ai Weiwei

A collaborative project between National Gallery of Victoria, The Andy Warhol Museum, and Ai Weiwei, this volume is the first to explore the significant influence of Andy Warhol and Ai Weiwei on art, life, and politics, focusing on the parallels and intersections between their practices. It was created to accompany the exhibition Andy Warhol | Ai Weiwei.

Max Delany and Eric Shiner, editors
328 Pages, 200+ Illustrations
Publisher: Yale University Press, 2016

Hard cover, $75; soft cover, $30; available through The Warhol Store

Warhol and Cars

Warhol and Cars

This is an examination of Warhol’s fascination with the form and presence of the American automobile. Warhol’s relationship with cars, icons of American consumerism, likewise reveals the artist’s preoccupation with death, fame, and celebrity.

Gail Stavitsky, Montclair Art Museum, and The Andy Warhol Museum
Softcover, 86 pages, 36 illustrations
Publisher: Montclair Art Museum, 2011

Out of Print

Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol

Published in conjunction with the first major survey of Andy Warhol’s work in Australia, this illustrated volume explores the reality and mythology surrounding Warhol and his influence on generations of artists, writers, designers, and filmmakers. Featuring fourteen essays and interviews, this publication approaches its subject from a range of perspectives.

Queensland Art Gallery and The Andy Warhol Museum
Softcover, 320 pages
2007

Out of Print

Andy Warhol’s Time Capsule 21

Andy Warhol’s Time Capsule 21

Beginning in the 1970s, Warhol collected and stored remnants of his life from the 1960s through to his death in 1987, resulting in his largest serial work, the Time Capsules—569 standard-sized cardboard boxes, 20 filing cabinets (two Time Capsules per cabinet), and a large steamer trunk. Time Capsule 21 documents the contents of one such box that contains a phenomenal amount of Warhol’s art from the 1950s to 1960s, as well as correspondence and documents that reveal details about Warhol’s life and work.

John W. Smith, Mario Kramer, and Matt Wrbican, with an introduction by Thomas Sokolowski and Udo Kittelmann
Hardcover, 286 pages
Publisher: Dumont, 2004

Out of Print

Andy Warhol Drawings 1942–1987

Filled with iconic images, humorous portraits, and still lifes, this publication portrays Warhol's trademark genius for transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary. Illustrations, from 1942 until the artist’s death in 1987, are featured alongside previously unpublished drawings from Warhol’s personal collection.

Mark Francis and Dieter Koepplin, organized by Offentliche Kunst-Sammlung and The Andy Warhol Museum
Softcover, 320 pages, 248 illistrations
Publisher: Bulfinch Press/Little Brown and Company, 1999

Out of Print

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Photo by Dean Kaufman

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The café is open during museum hours and accessible without museum admission. It serves seasonal fare, including soups, salads, sandwiches, snacks, and specialty coffee drinks.

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Photo by Dean Kaufman

The Warhol Store

The store is open during museum hours and accessible without museum admission. It offers books, calendars, posters, stationery, and accessories, alongside Warhol-inspired items and artist-made goods.

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Photo by Joseph Smith