“This exhibit won't be the Warhol we're used to seeing on tote bags, T-shirts and album covers.”
Dale W. Eisinger, New York Press
Andy Warhol. Self-Portrait. 1986. The Baltimore Museum of Art: Purchase with exchange funds from Bequest of Saidie A. May; and partial gift of The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc., BMA 1994.37.
“I never think that people die.
They just go to department stores.”
©2010 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc./Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Visit The BMA Shop to browse hundreds of items highlighting Warhol’s influence on fashion, Pop and graffiti art, and New York City. Look for screenprinted skateboard decks; colorful handbags, eyeglass cases, and wallets made of custom-designed fabrics; and fashion tees, jewelry, slippers, and bags by Patricia Amsellem, Dinah Coops, Leni Hoch, and others. You’ll also find fun hands-on gifts that will inspire kids to explore their own creativity.
Members receive extra savings—a total of 10%—off all purchases at The BMA Shop, and 15% off all purchases during Member Shopping Days, December 3–5, plus 15% off Warhol prints and posters in October and 15% off holiday cards in November!
More than 150 full-color illustrations demonstrate the extraordinary range of works created by Warhol in the 70s and 80s. Published by the Milwaukee Art Museum, this large-format book by Joseph D. Ketner II includes two out-of-print essays by Keith Haring and Julian Schnabel, essays by Keith Hartley and Gregory Volk, and a contribution by Swiss art dealer Bruno Bischofberger. 225 pages. Hardcover ($60) and softcover ($45) editions are available at The BMA Shop.