Pittsburgh - North Shore: Andy Warhol Museum
Andy Warhol acrylic and silkscreen ink on linen of (clockwise from top left): Tom Seaver (1977), Victor Hugo (1978), Mike Walsh (n.d.) and MArella Agnelli (1973)
The Andy Warhol Museum opened in a renovated industrial warehouse at 117 Sandusky Street on May 13, 1994. The museum, one of the four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh and is a collaborative project of the Carnegie Institute, the Dia Art Foundation and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts (AWFVA), is the largest in the United States dedicated to a single artist. It holds an extensive permanent collection of art and archives from the Pittsburgh native and pop art icon, Andy Warhol.
The museum is located in an 88,000-square-foot facility that formerly belonged to the Volkwein Music Company and the Frick & Lindsay Company, spread across seven floors with 17 galleries and 900 paintings, close to 2,000 works on paper, over 1,000 published unique prints, 77 sculptures, and 4,000 photographs.
Andy Warhol Museum
Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh
Frick & Lindsay Building
Frick and Lindsay Building
Volkwein Music Company Building
Volkwein Music & Instruments Building
Volkwein Music and Instruments Building
Ohio River Valley
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