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Sahar Khan | November 5, 2018 | Feature Features

An Andy Warhol retrospective at the Whitney examines the artist through a new lens.
Andy Warhol, “Marilyn Diptych” (1962, acrylic, silkscreen ink and graphite on linen, two panels), 80 7/8 inches by 114 inches

The first major United States retrospective on Andy Warhol in nearly 30 years debuts this month at the Whitney Museum of American Art. That is a surprisingly long time for a large-scale show on Warhol, whose popularity has only grown since his heyday in the 1960s. “People are still excited about Warhol,” says Donna De Salvo, deputy director for international initiatives and senior curator at the Whitney, and one of three curators who worked on Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again.


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