The Whitney Museum’s Must See Warhol Exhibit

If you are a fan of Andy Warhol, the Warhol exhibit at the Whitney Museum is a must see! Be sure to check out this widespread collection of some of his most famous works! Located close to Glenwood’s downtown buildings, Glenwood uptown, midtown and west side residents all should not miss this opportunity to see a vast amount of Warhol works in one location!

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Regarding Warhol at The Met in NYC: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years

The massive, glorious Regarding Warhol exhibition, just opened at the Met in NYC and running all the way through to New Years Eve, is clearly the blockbuster museum show to beat this season. Featuring nearly 150 works–usually of the large, colorful and expensive variety–by both Andy Warhol himself (there are about 45 of these) and an all-star roster of artists whose creations were influenced by the man (more than 100 of these), all sprawling through a dozen or galleries, cleverly curated and hung to maximize epiphanies of connection with viewers, Regarding Warhol offers both an excellent survey of well-known contemporary art (there'll be a thousand class trips here, guaranteed) and is hugely entertaining, to boot. 

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Andy Warhol: The Last Decade at the Brooklyn Museum

The challenge is formidable: how do you stage an Andy Warhol art exhibition these days that will get people excited? After all, Warhol is not only the most overly-famous, most commonly reproduced artist of the late 20th century, but his work itself is all reproductions (of reproductions), so it's not as if seeing the original offers a new perspective, or a deeper appreciation of, for instance, the brushstrokes, as is the case with a van Gogh, or a Monet that you've already seen a million times in print, but that can suddenly take your breath away when viewed "live". Anyway, we love Andy Warhol's artword, and were interested to see how the usually under-visited Brooklyn Museum in New York would tackle this problem. 

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