"Andy Warhol -- From A to B and Back Again" Exhibition at The Whitney Museum in NYC

location_onWhitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York
The Whitney Museum of American Art is located in the Meat Packing District of Manhattan in New York City.

This Warhol exhibit is the largest US retrospective to date, with more than 350 works on display.

Andy Warhol (1928 - 1987) is an American artist best known for his ability to identify the icons of modern life.

Green Coca-Cola Bottles, 1962

Example of Warhol's commercial work

Two Heads, 1957, above, Portrait of John Butler with Dancer, 1952, below

Superman, 1961

Drawings based on a newspaper headline and modified for effect

Gold Marilyn, 1962

Thirty Are Better Than One, 1963

Ethel Scull 36 Times, 1963

Self-Portrait, 1963-64

Self-Portrait, 1964

Saturday Disaster, 1964

Nine Jackies, 1964

Selections from "Flash - November 22, 1963", 1968

Mylar and Plexiglas Construction, 1970

Cow Wallpaper, 1966

For his first retrospective in 1971, Warhol directed that all his works be hung on his Cow Wallpaper, which inspired this installation mixed with his Flower, 1964, paintings.

From 1963-68, Warhol produced hundreds of movies.

Ann Buchanan, Screen Test 33, 1964

Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat collaborated on hundreds of pieces.

Paramount, 1984-85, acrylic on canvas

Third Eye, 1985, above and Paramount, 1984-85, below

Portraits from the "Ladies and Gentleman" series, 1975

"Andy Warhol -- From A to B and Back Again" is at the Whitney November 12, 2018 through March 31, 2019.