Andy Warhol and Edie Sedgwick at Penn in 1965 for the opening of the Warhol exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA Records, Kislak Center)
On exhibit April 18 - July 28, 2022
In October 1965 the recently opened Institute for Contemporary Arthosted Andy Warhol’s first institutional retrospective to great acclaim. In 1968, Warhol was celebrated in Stockholm with his first international retrospective. In 2022, the Penn Libraries will reexamine Warhol's work, and his Penn legacies.
Goldstein Gallery (May 19 - July 28, 2022)
Out of Sight: A Discovery, A Collector, and Andy Warhol?
In 2009, the American Andy Warhol Collector Gregory McCoy discovered a treasure trove of exhibition posters depicting Warhol’s famous 1962 screen print of the actress Marilyn Monroe. For the past twelve years, McCoy has attempted to prove the origins of these striking posters produced at the time of Warhol’s Swedish exhibit. A selection of McCoy's posters will be exhibited and contextualized in Kislak’s Goldstein Gallery.
Kamin Gallery (April 18 - July 7, 2022)
Marilyn Monroe: From Stage to Silkscreen
Examines the visual legacy of Marilyn Monroe, as her image moved from the movie screen to Warhol's silkscreens.
Warhol @ Penn Again
Explores the 1965 Institute of Contemporary Art exhibition held in the Furness Building (now the Fisher Fine Arts Library) at Penn.