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The largest single-artist museum in the world, The Andy Warhol Museum, located at 117 Sandusky Street on Pittsburgh's North Side, is one of the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh and is a collaborative project of Carnegie Institute, Dia Center for the Arts and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.
The Andy Warhol Museum is just across the 7th Street Bridge from downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. The museum features extensive permanent collections of art and archives.
Permanent exhibitions of Andy Warhol's paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs and films.
COLLECTION: The collection includes approximately 900 paintings; 77 sculptures and collaborative works; 1,500 drawings; more than 500 published and unique prints; more than 400 black-and-white photographs; and Warhol's sewn photographs, Polaroids and photo booth strips. Exhibition prints of all Warhol films and videos will be added to the collection as they are preserved. Also included in the collection are wallpaper and books by Warhol. The collection covers the entire range of Warhol's work from all periods, including 1950s illustrations and sketchbooks; 1960s Pop paintings of consumer products (Campbell's Soup Cans), celebrities (Liz, Jackie, Marilyn, Elvis), Disasters and Electric Chairs; portrait paintings (Mao), Skull paintings and the abstract Oxidations from the 1970s; and works from the 1980s such as The Last Supper, Raphael I-6.99 and collaborative paintings made with younger artists. The collections are the founding contributions of The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc., and Dia Center for the Arts.
ARCHIVES: The archives will include Warhol's working materials and source materials (such as photographs, newspapers and magazines); 608 "time capsules" (dated collections of material from the artist's daily life); the full run of Interview magazine; approximately 2,500 videotapes and audiotapes; and scripts, diaries and correspondence. As these materials are catalogued, they will be made available to the public and scholars in the Archives Study Center.
PROGRAMS: Film screenings, lectures, symposia and workshops are offered on a regular basis.
GROUP VISITS: Reservations for groups of ten or more should be made at least 14 days in advance. There are no additional charges to the basic admission fees.
Check with us at a later date.
Thomas Sokolowski, Director
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