From his sensuous drawings of the male form to his poignant self-portraits in drag, Andy Warhol’s work depicted queer desires during a time of persecution. Read up on his life as a queer artist during the 1950s through the 1980s.
"My favorite smell is the first smell of spring in New York" —Andy Warhol
Shop a selection of gifts that take inspiration from Warhol’s bright, bountiful Flowers and take spring indoors.
Adorned with a snapshot taken by Andy Warhol during his 1984 trip to Aspen, these warm sweatshirts from Calvin Klein are great transitional pieces for your spring wardrobe.
Reproduced from Andy Warhol’s own extensive collection of prints, this set of Polaroid reproductions feature his everyday snapshots of items, selfies, and his friends. In true analogue fashion, these colorful prints are sure to liven up any space.
Featuring extensive new scholarship, this generous catalogue examines the depth of Warhol’s work in its entirety. Whitney curator Donna De Salvo and a team of eminent scholars and artists explore how Warhol’s work engages notions of public and private, redefines the role of media, and plays with abstraction and identity.