Photo essay: A look at the Andy Warhol exhibit

October 30, 2021

Andy Warhol: Selections from the Luckman Permanent Collection” is currently on view at the Luckman Fine Arts Complex at Cal State LA. 

Warhol was most notable for his contributions to the pop art movement in the 1960s, where he used a silkscreen process to paint celebrities, soup cans (one of which is on display now) and other consumerist goods. 

Warhol was also a prolific photographer and videographer. The photography on display provides an intimate look into Warhol’s life of celebrity gatherings and personal moments.

The gallery comprises over 70 works from several different mediums, including gelatin silver prints, silkscreens and polaroids. Proof of vaccination is required upon entry to the exhibit and visitors should conduct a personal well-being test before arriving. Face masks are provided and required while inside the gallery. Admission to the gallery is free, but tickets for timed entry are available here.

photo shows a framed picture photo of a man taken by Andy Warhol.Photo shows people in the gallery and the focus is on two framed polaroids stuck to a pole. Photo shows two small framed photos of a blonde woman that are stuck to a pole. Photos shows a student walking by two framed pictures, one of two pairs of shoes and the other of crabs. Photo displays Andy Warhols' Annie Oakley screenprint. Photo displays Andy Warhols' Sitting Bull screenprint.Photo displays Andy Warhols' Mother and Child screenprint.Photo displays two hanged framed pictures. Both are pictures of a man.

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