The Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh have announced that Patrick Moore has been named the Director of The Andy Warhol Museum. Moore joined the museum in 2011 as director of development and went on to serve as deputy director and managing director before being named the interim director in 2016.
A new exhibition at the Andy Warhol Museum is the first comprehensive look at Andy Warhol’s engagement with the body.
Keny Marshall has been announced as the new Director of Exhibitions, at The Andy Warhol Museum – Art News reports. Marshall will take up the position starting April 28. According to a press release Marshall was previously “a consultant working with artists and museums to design, fabricate, and install interactive artworks and complex installation projects.” […]
The Warhol Museum has announced that films created by Andy 1963-1972 will be converted to a digital format through a new partnership announced by The Warhol, The Museum of Modern Art, and MPC, a global leader in VFX (visual effects) and a Technicolor company. The project will make accessible approximately 500 titles many never before […]
The Andy Warhol Museum has announced a new exhibition, Halston and Warhol: Silver and Suede, which explores the designer and his relationship to Warhol’s art and circle of friends. This takes place as part of a 20th anniversary celebration at the museum. The exhibition, examines the interconnected lives and creative practices of Andy Warhol […]
Development of a New York extension to the Andy Warhol Museum, dedicated to the Pop artist and located in New York’s Lower East side, has been revealed in an email, by the Pittsburgh based museum. The Andy Warhol Museum is one of the four Carnegie Museums located in Pittsburgh, the birthplace of the artist. The […]
On February 22, 1987, Andy Warhol died unexpectedly from complications due to a routine gall bladder operation, leaving a will of only eleven pages. In addition to the brief will, Warhol left behind 4,118 paintings, 5,103 drawings, 19,086 prints, 66,512 photographs, a large portfolio of real estate, and cupboards overflowing with antiques and junk that […]
In 1964 Andy Warhol created his now iconic Brillo Soap Pads Box sculpture. Now nearly 50 years later the relationship continues. The Andy Warhol Museum have partnered with Brillo® to celebrate its 100 year anniversary by offering The Warhol’s popular The Warhol D.I.Y. Pop app for free during the months of February and March. “Brillo […]