The Andy Warhol Museum The Andy Warhol Museum
Pittsburgh, PA
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Tasha, 2018
Exhibition: Devan Shimoyama: Cry, Baby
10/13/2018 - 03/17/2019 (more information)
Devan Shimoyama
Tasha, 2018
Courtesy of the artist
Exhibition: Devan Shimoyama: Cry, Baby
10/13/2018 - 03/17/2019 (more information)
Devan Shimoyama
Cry, Baby, 2016
Courtesy of Howard C. Eglit and the artist
Cry, Baby, 2016
Snake Baby, 2016
Exhibition: Devan Shimoyama: Cry, Baby
10/13/2018 - 03/17/2019 (more information)
Devan Shimoyama
Snake Baby, 2016
Private Collection, New York City, Courtesy of the artist
Exhibition: Devan Shimoyama: Cry, Baby
10/13/2018 - 03/17/2019 (more information)
Andy Warhol
Ladies and Gentlemen (Wilhelmina Ross), 1975
The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.
Ladies and Gentlemen (Wilhelmina Ross), 1975
The Andy Warhol Museum
117 Sandusky Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15212-5890
T 412.237.8300
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Email: information@warhol.org


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Monday: closed
Tuesday: 10am - 5pm
Wednesday: 10am - 5pm
Thursday: 10am - 5pm
Friday: 10am - 10pm
Saturday: 10am - 5pm
Sunday: 10am - 5pm

Closed: Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day (July 4), Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day

Admission includes all permanent and special exhibitions, daily film + video screenings, daily gallery talks, and The Factory.

Members of the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh: Free
Adults: $20
Students (with valid ID): $10
Children (3-18): $10
Fridays 5 pm - 10 pm: Half-price admission with Good Fridays program
Group Visits

The Warhol Café is open during most Museum hours and is accessible without Museum admission, serving seasonal light meals -- soups, salads, sandwiches, and homemade pastries.

The Warhol: Store is open to the public without Museum admission during Museum hours and sells a wide selection of Warhol books, posters, videos, postcards and related material.

About the museum
The Andy Warhol Museum is a vital forum in which diverse audiences of artists, scholars, and the general public are galvanized through creative interaction with the art and life of Andy Warhol. The Warhol is ever-changing, constantly redefining itself in relationship to contemporary life using its unique collections and dynamic interactive programming as tools.

The collection includes 900 paintings; approximately 100 sculptures; nearly 2,000 works on paper; more than 1,000 published and unique prints; and 4,000 photographs. The film & video collection includes 60 feature films, 200 of Warhol’s Screen Tests and more than 4,000 videos. Exhibition prints of all Warhol films and videos are 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 student work from the 1940s, 1950s drawings, commercial 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 such as Jean-Michel Basquiat and Francesco Clemente.

Drawings by Warhol’s mother Julia Warhola are also included. The collections are the founding contributions of The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc., Dia Center for the Arts, Museum purchases and private donations. The Warhol regularly organizes and tours traveling exhibitions of its collections to venues across the United States and around the world. To date, more than 8 million people have visited the traveling exhibitions.

The archives includes Warhol's working materials and source materials (such as photographs, newspapers and magazines); his personal collection of thousands of collectibles and ephemera; 608 "Time Capsules" (dated collections of material from the artist's daily life); the full run of Interview magazine; approximately 4,000 audiotapes; and scripts, diaries, and correspondence. These materials are available to the public and scholars in the Archives Study Center by appointment. Film screenings, live music, performance, lectures, symposia and workshops are offered on a regular basis.

About Andy
As a child, Andy Warhol received his first formal training in art through free classes offered by Carnegie Institute. The Andy Warhol Museum is therefore concerned with serving young people in Pittsburgh, particularly those of the North Shore, through classes in studio art and through its Education Resource Center for schoolteachers. The Education Department also serves the general adult public through a full range of programs, including lectures and gallery talks.

The Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh
The Andy Warhol Museum is one of the four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, and a collaborative project between the Carnegie Institute, the Dia Art Foundation, and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Plans to house The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, Warhol’s birthplace, were announced in 1989, and the Museum opened its doors in May 1994. Originally built in 1911 as a distribution center for products sold to mills and mines, the Warhol Museum was designed by architect Richard Gluckman and features seven floors of gallery and exhibition space.

Founded by Andrew Carnegie in 1895, Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh is a collection of four distinctive museums dedicated to exploration through art and science: Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Science Center, and The Andy Warhol Museum.


Devan Shimoyama: Cry, Baby
October 13, 2018 - March 17, 2019
(more information)


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