The New York Academy of Art will host a monumental exhibition of Andy Warhol’s drawings spanning four decades. The late, legendary Pop artist was a founding patron of the prestigious art university. For the forthcoming presentation entitled “Andy Warhol: By Hand, Drawings (1950s-1980s),” a total of 120 drawings by Warhol will be on display with many of the works having never before been exhibited. Although details of the works are still pending, a diverse range of pieces will ostensibly be on display such as self-portraits, shoe sketches, line drawings, and more.
The exhibition will be on view at the New York Academy of Art from January 22 until March 10. Elsewhere in art, The Hole NYC is currently hosting a solo exhibition of Grand Theft Auto-inspired paintings by Mathew Zefeldt.
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