Opening Wednesday, December 18th, from 6PM - 7PM
Free with museum admission
Warhol, the cool-cat in shades, is our standard image of the great Pop artist —it’s one of his finest creations. But he could also turn himself into a sprightly imp, a paisley-clad dandy or a besuited businessman. Join author and art critic Blake Gopnik for a discussion on the many sides of Andy Warhol.
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About the Speaker:
Blake Gopnik is the author of Warhol, the first comprehensive biography of the Pop artist, published by HarperCollins. He has been the staff art critic at the Washington Post and Newsweek and is now a regular contributor to the New York Times.
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Image: Courtesy of the Hallmark Archives, Hallmark Cards, Inc., Kansas City, Missouri, USA.