Andy Warhol may be best known for his iconic "pop" art paintings of the likes of Marilyn Monroe and the Campbell's soup can, but the artist was also a filmmaker and today the Museum of Modern Art offers a glimpse into these works.
Through March 21, MoMA will showcase Warhol's cinematic portraits and non-narrative, silent, and black-and-white films from the mid-1960s. Visitors can view film of notable figures in Warhol's life including Edie Sedgwick, Nico, and Baby Jane Holzer; poet Allen Ginsberg; musician Lou Reed; actor Dennis Hopper; author Susan Sontag; and collector Ethel Scull, among others. Films in the exhibition include Eat (1963) and Kiss (1963 to 64). Click here for more information and specific show times.
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