The first US retrospective devoted to the iconic Pop artist in 30 years is now on view at the Art Institute of Chicago!
More than 400 works, from album covers and whimsical drawings to soup cans and celebrity portraits, come together at the Art Institute of Chicago to illuminate the depth of Warhol's production across the entirety of his career.
This exhibition offers a new view of the beloved American Pop artist, highlighting the ways he anticipated the issues, effects, and pace of our current digital age. By showcasing the full continuum of Warhol's work, including paintings, sculpture, prints, videos, films, and media works, this presentation demonstrates the artist's ability to identify a myriad of cultural patterns and to use repetition and recycled images in a way that questions and challenges our faith in images. Warhol described his philosophy as spanning from A to B, and this exhibition proves that his artistic production ranged well beyond that.
- Experience a panoramic view of the famous artist as well as discover 13 things you might not know about Warhol on the museum's blog.
- Delve deeper into Andy Warhol with insights from other artists, friends, and family members on the exhibitions audio tour.
- Learn more about Warhol from experts in a series of lectures accompanying the exhibition on October 23, November 6, and November 20 from 6:00 - 7:00 PM.
- Shop Andy Warhol for exhibition-inspired items after the exhibit, available online and in store.
This exhibition requires a $7 ticket plus general admission. Become a member to enjoy free, expedited access to the exhibition, weekend morning views, and much more.