Warhol: By the Book
Andy Warhol's enduring work encapsulates a generation. Photography, film, sketching, books and paintings are just some of the mixed media on display now at Williams College Museum of Art.
Warhol: By The Book dives into the artist's deep love of literature, from his book collections to magazine articles; his intimate journal entries and published books. In a room devoted to his book collection from his home in Montauk, visitors are able to sit and read.
In addition to the written words, the stunning exhibition features some of his most famous work: screen tests of Edie Sedgwick and Lou Reed, silkscreens of Jackie Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe and intimate Polaroids of friends Truman Capote and William S. Burroughs.
On display until August 13th the exhibition is free and open to the public.