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Andy Warhol Selected Art Exhibitions
1952 - 1987

Gerard Malanga: "Andy embraced his mistakes. We never rejected anything. In other words, if we were in the process of making a series of paintings and all of a sudden one painting went off a bit, or the image inadevertently overlapped the previous image, we kept right on moving along. We'd keep it, or, as Andy would say, 'It's part of the art.' (GMW37)


New York: Hugo Gallery
Andy Warhol: Fifteen Drawings Based on the Writings of Truman Capote
June 16 - July 3, 1952


New York: Loft Gallery
302 East 45th Street (TKA79)

Andy Warhol exhibited at the Loft at least three times - two group shows that opened on April 9, 1954 and May 17, 1954 and a solo show that opened on October 10, 1954. In Andy Warhol's New York, Thomas Kiedrowski describes Warhol's contribution to the first show as an installation of pyramidal shapes that had fallen to the floor. That description was applied to "Andy's second show" at the Loft during an interview with Vito Giallo in Unseen Warhol, in which the pyramidal shapes were referred to by the interviewer as as Warhol's "Origami" show. (UW20) According to Giallo in Unseen Warhol, the April group show featured Warhol's "pen and ink line drawings, all simple, all outlines" that "were just pinned up to the wall, about eight by ten inches, nothing framed at all" which incorporated Warhol's "blotting technique." Giallo recalled in the Unseen Warhol interview that the 'origami' show was Warhol's second show at the Loft and was his first solo show at the gallery.

Vito Giallo (Unseen Warhol):

He [Andy Warhol] didn’t call it Origami at all. But that’s the best description of it. He would start with a square piece of paper. He would take the paper, and then he would fold it, and somehow he got a lot of pyramids out of it. Then he would open it up one way or another, and some pyramids would be sticking out. Next he would do drawings of heads and people on parts of the pyramids, and he did a lot of marbleizing, oil on water. Finally, he’d hang them up so that they were sticking out from the wall. We used pushpins to hang them up, and they kept falling down; I must have picked those pieces up a hundred times.

I think he threw them all out. He never sold anything at the gallery. Very few of us did. But I know nobody even looked at this show. I thought it was fascinating. I was amazed. It was his turn to do a one-man show, and I thought it would be drawings and paintings, something straightforward. And then those things came in. I was just shocked.’ (UW22)

Thomas Kiedrowski (Andy Warhol's New York):

Artist Vito Giallo appropriated the front room of Jack Wolfgang Beck's large loft space here to hold art exhibits beginning in 1954. Giallo, along with his friends Nathan Gluck and Clint Hamilton, deliberated over who should be invited to be part of the gallery. They decided to ask Andy Warhol to join the collective.

The first show opened on April 9 with seven artists: Beck, Giallo, Jacques B. Willaumez, Edward Rager and three Carnegie Tech alumni: Allan Hugh Clarke, Gillian Jagger, and Andy Warhol. Warhol's work resembled more of an installation than a show of traditional paintings. He drew small figures on pieces of marbled Strathmore paper, then folded them into large pyramidal shapes. The ten or so works were pinned to the wall, but the weight made them fall to the ground more often than not. Reviewers nicknamed the works 'crumpled' drawings, after repeated falling and re-pinning.

On May 17, Warhol was part of a group show including Allan Hugh Clarke and Edward Rager, but this time he illustrated poems and hung them in a conventional manner. They reminded one reviewer of unrefined imitations of Jean Cocteau drawings.

Warhol's last show at the Loft would be his first solo New York show, opening October 10, 1954, and featuring drawings of the famous dancer John Butler. Giallo remembers that they were astounded when John Butler came to the show. The dancer received several drawings from Warhol in 1954.

By the summer of 1955, the Loft Gallery would closed, ending with a show of collages by Clint Hamilton. Giallo, who had managed the gallery , immediately started to work for Warhol... After Giallo left the job in 1956, Warhol employed Nathan Gluck as an assistant until the mid-sixties, paying him the minimum wage as he did with Giallo and later paid assistants. (TKA79, 86)


New York: Bodley Gallery
Drawings for a Boy-Book by Andy Warhol
February 14 (St. Valentine's Day) - March 3, 1956

New York: Museum of Modern Art
Recent Drawings USA [Group Show]
April 25 - August 5, 1956

New York: Bodley Gallery
Andy Warhol: The Golden Slipper Show or Shoes Shoe in America
December 3 - 22, 1956


New York: Bodley Gallery
A Show of Golden Pictures by Andy Warhol
December 2 - 24, 1957


New York: Bodley Gallery
Andy Warhol: Wild Raspberries
December 1 - 24, 1959


New York: Bonwit Teller window

The first public showing of Warhol's Pop canvases was as part of a window display at Bonwit Teller. The paintings shown were Advertisement, Before and After (1), Little King, Superman and Saturday's Popeye. (RN469) (See also Warhol's comic book paintings and ROY LICHTENSTEIN.)
April 1961

From the The Andy Warhol Catalogue Raisonné Vol. 1: Paintings and Sculpture 1961-1963:

"Andy Warhol's first exhibition in the 1960s was a window display in one of Bonwit Teller's Fifty-seventh Street windows, in which five paintings were shown for one week in April 1961. Most window displays were coordinated by the display director, Gene Moore, but this one was initiated and installed by Clinton Hamilton, who knew Warhol through Nathan Gluck. Hamilton has recalled that although he visited Warhol's studio and selected paintings for the window, Warhol delivered different works. Displays were usually on view for one week and changed on Tuesdays. Since the source of Little King is dated April 3, it is most likely that the paintings were on view the week of either April 11 or April 18. Warhol's window seems to have been little noticed at the time." (RN469)


Los Angeles: Ferus Gallery
Andy Warhol: Campbell's Soup Cans [32 Soup Can canvases]
July 9 - August 1, 1962

Pasadena CA: Pasadena Art Museum
New Paintings of the Common Object [group show]
September 25 - October 19, 1962

New York: Sidney Janis Gallery
The New Realists [group show]
October 31 - December 1, 1962

New York: Stable Gallery
Andy Warhol [Marilyn Diptych, 100 Soup Cans, 100 Coke Bottles and 100 Dollar Bills]
November 6 - 24, 1962.
(According to John Giorno, "Andy's show opened on November 3, 1962 "the day of JFK's Bay of Pigs, and on everybody's mind was the possibility of nuclear war and complete disaster.") (JG127)


New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Six Painters and the Object [group show]
March 14 - June 12, 1963

Washington, D.C.: Washington Gallery of Modern Art
Popular Image [group show]
April 18 - June 2, 1963

Oakland, CA: Oakland Art Museum
Pop Art USA [group show]
September 7 - 29, 1963

Los Angeles: Ferus Gallery
Andy Warhol [Elvis portraits]
September 30 through October, 1963

London: Institute of Contemporary Art
Popular Image [group show]
October 24 - November 23, 1963


Paris: Galerie Ileana Sonnabend
Warhol [Andy Warhol's first European show]
January - February, 1964

Stockholm: Moderna Museet
Amerikansk popkonst [group show]
February 29 - April 12, 1964

New York World's Fair
Most Wanted Men [In mid-April the panels were covered by silver paint]
April, 1964

New York: Stable Gallery
Warhol [Brillo/Campbell's/Heinz boxes: Andy Warhol's first sculpture show]
April 21 - May 9, 1964

New York: Leo Castelli Gallery
Andy Warhol [Flowers]
November 21 - December 17, 1964


Brussels: Palais des Beaux-Arts
Pop art, nouveau realisme [group show]
February 5 - March 1, 1965

Paris: Galerie Ileana Sonabend
Andy Warhol [Flowers]
May, 1965

Buenos Aires: Galeria Rubbers
Andy Warhol
July 29 - August 14, 1965

Toronto: Jerrold Morris International Gallery
Andy Warhol
September 1965

Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, Institute of Contemporary Arts
Andy Warhol
October 8 - November 21, 1965


New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
The Photographic Image [group show]
January 1 - 28, 1966

New York: Leo Castelli Gallery
Andy Warhol: Wallpaper and Silver Clouds
April 2 - 27, 1966

Los Angeles: Ferus Gallery
Andy Warhol [included Silver Clouds]
May 1966

Boston: The Institute of Contemporary Art
Andy Warhol
October 1 - November 6, 1966

Cincinnati: Contemporary Arts Center
Andy Warhol. Holy Cow! Silver Clouds!! Holy Cow!


Cologne: Galerie Rudolf Zwirner
Kuhe und Schwebende Kissen von Andy Warhol
January 24 - February, 1967

Paris: Ileana Sonnabend Gallery
Thirteen Most Wanted Men exhibited
February - May 1967 (AD244)

Montreal: United States Pavilion Expo '67
[Six self-portraits]
April 28 - October 27, 1967 plus tour

Cologne: Galerie Rudolf Zwirner
Andy Warhol: Most Wanted
September 12 - October 30, 1967

Sao Paulo, Brazil: Museu de Arte Moderna
September 22, 1967 - January, 1968

Pittsburgh: Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute
[International group show]
October 27, 1967 - January 7, 1968

New York: Whitney Museum of American Art
Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Painting [group show]
December 13 - February 4, 1968

Paris: Galerie Ileana Sonnabend
Andy Warhol: The Thirteen Most Wanted Men

Hamburg: Galerie Hans Neuendorf
Andy Warhol: The Thirteen Most Wanted Men


Stockholm: Moderna Museet
Andy Warhol
February 10 - March 17, 1968 (Exhibition travelled to the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, the Kunsthalle in Bern and the Kunstnernes Hus in Oslo) Warhol's first international retrospective of art.

London: Rowan Gallery
Andy Warhol: Most Wanted Men
March 1968

Pasadena, CA: Pasadena Art Museum
Serial Imagery
[group show]
September 17, 1968 - October 27, 1968


Berlin: Nationalgalerie
Andy Warhol
March 1 - April 14, 1969

New York: Castelli/Whitney Graphics
Andy Warhol
March 8 - April, 1969

London: Hayward Gallery
Pop Art [group show]
July 9 - September 3, 1969

New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York Painting and Sculpture [group show]
October 18, 1969 - February 1, 1970

Pasadena, CA: Pasadena Art Museum
Painting in New York: 1944 - 1969 [group show]
November 24, 1969 - January 11, 1970


Pasadena: Pasadena Art Museum
Andy Warhol
May 12 - June 21, 1970 (Exhibition travelled to the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, the Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven, the Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in Paris, The Tate Gallery in London and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York)

Providence: Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design
Raid the Icebox I with Andy Warhol


Milan: Cenobio-Visualita
Andy Warhol
February - March, 1971

New York: Gotham Book Mart Gallery
Andy Warhol: His Early Works (1947-1959)
May 26 - June 26, 1971

Kreffeld: Museum Haus Lange
Andy Warhol: Graphik, 1964 bis 1970
July 1971


Basel: Kunstmuseum
Warhol Maos, Zehn Bildnisse von Mao Tse-tung
October 21 - November 19, 1972

Turin: Galleria Galatea
Andy Warhol
November 20, 1972 - February 10, 1973

New York: Leo Castelli Gallery
Andy Warhol: Mao Prints

Minneapolis, MN: Walker Art Center
Andy Warhol (films)

Naples: Modern Art Agency
Andy Warhol


London: Mayor Gallery
Andy Warhol
Included Mao
21 February - 17 March 1973

Cleveland: New Gallery
Andy Warhol
March 10 - April 4, 1973

Los Angeles: Irving Blum Gallery
Andy Warhol

San Francisco: John Berggruen Gallery
Andy Warhol


Toronto: Jared Sable Gallery
Andy Warhol
February 16 - March 2, 1974

Paris: Musee Galliera
Andy Warhol: Mao
February 22 - March 22, 1974

Paris: Galerie Ileana Sonnabend
Andy Warhol
February 23 - March, 1974

Milwaukee: Art Center
July 17 - August 24, 1974

Milan: Galleria Il Fauno - Alexandre Iolas
Andy Warhol/May Ray
Exhibiiton cat. by Alexandre Iolas
October 1974

Washington, D.C.: Max Protetch Gallery
Andy Warhol: Old Paintings, New Prints
November 25 - December, 1974

Begota: Museo de Arte Moderno
Andy Warhol
1974 (exact dates unknown)


Video Art (group show)

Included Andy Warhol, John McHale (who also contributed an essay to the cat.), Eleanor Antin, Ant Farm, John Baldessari, Bill Viola, Allan Kaprow, Richard Landry and others (in addition to twenty-two broadcast commercials). (See here.)

ICA Pennsylvania: January 17 - February 28, 1975. Traveled to The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH, March 22 - May 30, 1975 ; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL, June 28 - August 31, 1975 ; Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT, September 17 - November 2, 1975.

Los Angeles: Margo Leavin Gallery
Andy Warhol: paintings
April 3 - May 3, 1975

Baltimore: The Baltimore Museum of Art
Andy Warhol: Paintings 1962-1975
July 22 - September 14, 1975

Minneapolis: Locksley Shea Gallery
Andy Warhol
September 17 - October 22, 1975

Washington, D.C.: Max Protech Gallery
Andy Warhol
December 6 - 31, 1975

New York: Leo Castelli Gallery
Andy Warhol: Hand-Colored Flowers

Zurich: Kunsthaus
Major Warhol retrospective (CR118)


Stuttgart: Wurttembergischer Kunstverein
Andy Warhol: Das zeichnerische Werk 1942-1975
February 19 - March 28, 1976 (Exhibition travelled to the Stadtische Kunsthalle in Dusseldorf, the Kunsthalle in Bremen, the Stadtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus in Munich, the Haus am Waldsee in Berlin, the Museum Moderner Kunst, Museum des 20 in Vienna and the Kunstmuseum in Lucerne).

New York: Arno Schefler
Andy Warhol: Animals
May 25 - June 11, 1976

New York: Coe Kerr Gallery
Portraits of Each Other
[Joint Andy Warhol - Jamie Wyeth show]
June 3 - July 9, 1976

London: Mayor Gallery
Cats and Dogs by Andy Warhol
June 29 - August 13, 1976

Bob Colacello:

"The Cats and Dogs Series, commissioned by the James Mayor Gallery in pet-loving London, bombed when they were shown there in 1976, and bombed again when Mayor arranged for Andy to bring them to Kuwait in January 1977 - though that might have had more to do with the fact that most Arabs don't believe in representational art. Andy had already been paid several hundred thousand pounds by Mayor and his backers, so he wasn't left holding the kitty litter..." (BC339)

Boissano: Centro Internazionale di Sperimentazioni Artistiche Marie-Louis Jeanneret
Andy Warhol: 1974-1976
July 29 - September 12, 1976


New York: Leo Castelli Gallery
Andy Warhol
January 8 - 29, 1977

Washington, D.C: Pyramid Galleries
Retrospective Exhibition of Paintings by Andy Warhol from 1962-1976
January 17 - February 18, 1977

Toronto: Sable-Castelli Gallery
Andy Warhol
February 19 - March 12, 1977

Paris: Galerie Daniel Templon
Andy Warhol: Hammer and Sickle
May 31 - July 9, 1977

Geneva: Musee d'Art et d'Histoire
Andy Warhol: The American Indian
October 28, 1977 - January 22, 1978

Cologne: Galerie Heiner Friedrich
Andy Warhol
November 18 - December 23, 1977

New York: Coe Kerr Gallery
Athletes by Andy Warhol
December 9 - January 7, 1978

Essen: Museum Folkwang
Andy Warhol Flash, Electric Chair, Campbell's Soup Serigraphien


Richmond: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Athletes by Andy Warhol
January 23 - February 26, 1978

Dallas: University Gallery Southern Methodist University
Andy Warhol: Portraits
February 19 - March 19, 1978

Zurich: Kunsthaus
Andy Warhol
May 26 - July 30, 1978
(exhibition travelled to the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebaek)

London: Institute of Contemporary Arts
Andy Warhol: Athletes
July 1978

Venice, CA: Ace Gallery
Andy Warhol: Torsos
September 24 - October 21, 1978

New York: Blum Helman Gallery
Andy Warhol: Early Paintings
December 1978 - January 13, 1979


New York: Heiner Friedrich Gallery
Andy Warhol: Shadows
January 7 - March 10, 1979

Vancouver: Ace Gallery
Andy Warhol: Torsos
April 1979

Baltimore: Arts Gallery
Andy Warhol: Multiple Images: Landscapes, City Spaces, Country Places
November 15 - December 13, 1979

New York: Whitney Museum of American Art
Andy Warhol: Portraits of the 70s
November 20, 1979 - January 27, 1980

Hartford: Wadsworth Atheneum
Andy Warhol (Exhibition travelled to the University Art Museum in Berkeley)
Dates unknown

Milan: Massimo Valsecchi
Andy Warhol: Skulls
Dates unknown

In 1979, Warhol was painting Retrospectives and Reversals, doing commissioned portraits which included one of Louis Danelian's son and produced Prints which included Space Fruits, Shadows, Grapes and Gems.

Louise Danelian was the owner of several Courreges boutiques who commissioned Warhol to do a drawing of her teenage son for $8,000.00. (BC435)

Bob Colacello:

"$800,000... was the amount the Michael Zivian Gallery, in New York, paid for the Space Fruits series it commissioned and exhibited in May 1979.

Andy stepped up his print production greatly in 1979, putting out no fewer than eleven separate editions, including Space Fruits and five different sets on the Shadows theme. Those were small editions, of three to fifteen portfolios each, but the After the Party edition, which was to be sold with a limited edition of the Exposures book, number one thousand.

There were two editions of Grapes (of fifty and forty portfolios) and Gems (twenty portfolios), which I always thought were a gimmick allowing Andy to tax deduct some of his ever-growing collectin of loose stones, precious and semi-precious. The Grapes I and II and Gems portfolios were published by Andy Warhol Enterprises, not commissioned...

Andy's creative directions to Rupert [Smith] were sometimes direct: no red, lighter, darker. But often they were as vague as those he gave me on Exposures: He wanted the prints to be more something or less something, but he couldn't say what that something was. Andy always refused Rupert's invitations to supervise the work in progress at his studio in Tribeca.

'I don't want to see your doors and sinks and ashtrays,' he told Rupert, 'because then I'll start imagining how robberies and floods and fires could hapen there too.'" (BC430)


Munich: Schellman & Kluser
Beuys by Warhol
May 6 - July 9, 1980

Bob Colacello:

The Beuys by Warhol series was jointly commissioned by the Hans Meyer Gallery of Dusseldorf and the Lucio Amelio Gallery of Naples. Beuys was everything Andy was not: intellectual, political, anti-fashionable. At the press conference after the Naples opening, Beuys went on and on about art and history and philosophy, while Andy sat there staring at Sao Schlumberger's big emerald ring.

Beuys was very involved with the new Green Party and let it be known tht he would like Andy to contribute a poster for their 1980 election campaign. Andy agreed - the Beuys deal was too big to say no. When the then Factory receptionist, Princess ('Pingle') Ingeborg of Schleswig-Holstein, a sweet-hearted, plain-dressing young German arisocrat, heard about it, she had a fit. The Green Party was an East German front, she said.

Fred [Hughes] told her that Andy had to do it for business. "You care more about money than my country!" Princess Pingle screamed. Later, in tears, she told me she was considering quitting her job. "I just can't go on working for a person," she sobbed, "who would make a political statement without even knowing what it means."(BC445)

Zurich: Galerie Bruno Bischofberger
Andy Warhol: Reversals
May 14 - June 11, 1980

Geneva: Centre d'Art Contemporain
Joseph Beuys by Andy Warhol
June 7 - 30, 1980

Cologne: Museum Ludwig
Andy Warhol: Fotografien
August 28 - October 26, 1980

Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum
Andy Warhol: Exposures
August 28 - October 26, 1980

Coral Gables FL: University of Miami Lowe Art Museum
Andy Warhol: Ten Portraits of Jews of the Twentieth Century
September 6 - 28, 1980

London: Lisson Gallery
Andy Warhol: Photographs
September 16 - October 18, 1980

New York: The Jewish Museum
Andy Warhol: Portraits of Jews of the Twentieth Century
September 17, 1980 - January 4, 1981
(Exhibition travelled to the Akron Art Museum in Akron, Ohio)

Paris: Galerie Daniel Templon
Andy Warhol: Oeuvres recentes, Reversal
September 20 - October 23, 1980

Portland, OR: Portland Center for the Visual Arts
Andy Warhol: Paintings and Prints
September 26 - November 7, 1980


Tokyo: Watari Gallery
Andy Warhol: The Shoe Portfolio [prints]
February 25 - April 4, 1981

Vienna: Museum Moderner Kunst, Museum des 20
Warhol '80 Reversal Serie
April 9 - 10 May 1981

New York: Ronald Feldman Fine Arts
Andy Warhol's Myths [prints]
September 15 - October 17, 1981

Fort Collins: Colorado State University
Andy Warhol at Colorado State University
September 1 - 25, 1981

Hanover: Kestner-Gellschaft
Andy Warhol: Bilder 1961 bis 1981
October 23 - December 13, 1981(Exhibition travelled to the Stadtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus in Munich)

New York: Castelli Graphics
Andy Warhol: A Print Retrospective [prints]
November 21 - December 22, 1981

Boston: Thomas Segal Gallery
Andy Warhol: Myths 1981 [prints]
December 5, 1981 - January 13, 1982


New York: Leo Castelli Gallery
Andy Warhol: Dollar Signs
January 9 - January 30, 1982

Chicago: Marianne Deson Gallery
Andy Warhol: Myths [prints]
February 12 - March 17, 1982

Berlin: National Galerie
Group show with Joseph Beuys, Robert Rauschenberg and Cy Twombly
March 2 - April 12, 1982

Paris: Galerie Daniel Templon
Andy Warhol: Dollar Signs
March 6 - 31 March, 1982

San Francisco: Modernism Gallery
Andy Warhol: Myths [prints]
May - June, 1982

Thun, Switzerland: Kunstsammlung Thun
Andy Warhol: Schweizer Portraits
June 17 - August 22, 1982

Dover: Dover Museum
Andy Warhol: Portrait Screenprints 1965-1980
September 1 - October 9, 1982 (Exhibition travelled to the Wansbeck Square Gallery in Ashington, the Usher Gallery in Lincoln and the Arts Center in Aberystwyth)

Madrid: Galeria Fernando Vijande
Andy Warhol: Guns, Knives, Crosses
December 20, 1982 - February 12, 1983

New York: Leo Castelli Gallery
Andy Warhol Reversals

Rome: Campidoglio
Warhol verso de Chirico

Nice: Galerie des Ponchettes
Warhol au plus juste

East Hampton, NY: Castelli-Goodman
Andy Warhol: Dollar Signs/Knives/Guns


New York: American Museum of Natural History
Warhol's Animals: Species at Risk
April 12 - May 8 (Exhibition travelled to the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.)

Ridgefield, CT: Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art
Andy Warhol in the 1980's (Exhibition travelled to the Aspen Center for the Visual Arts in Aspen.)

San Francisco: Fraenkel Gallery
Andy Warhol's Electric Chairs

Zurich: Galerie Bruno Bischofberger
Andy Warhol: Paintings for Children


Zurich: Galerie Bruno Bischofberger
Jean-Michel Basquiat, Francesco Clemente, Andy Warhol

Malmo: Galerie Borjeson
Portraits of Ingrid Bergman by Andy Warhol

London: Waddington Graphics
Andy Warhol: Renaissance Paintings

New York: Schellman & Kluser Gallery
Andy Warhol: Details of Renaissance Paintings


New York: Leo Castelli Gallery
Andy Warhol: Reigning Queens 1985

New York: Amelie A. Wallace Gallery, State University of NY at Old Westbury

New York: Tony Shafrazi Gallery
Warhol, Basquiat Paintings

New York: Lehman College Art Gallery
The Silkscreens of Andy Warhol: 1962-1985

Cologne: Paul Maenz Gallery
Andy Warhol: Paintings 1962-1985 & Early Prints

Naples: Museo di Capodimonte
Vesuvius by Warhol


New York: Dia Art Foundation
Andy Warhol: Disaster Paintings 1963

Paris: Galerie Daniel Templon
Andy Warhol: Major Prints

London: Anthony d'Offay Gallery
Andy Warhol: Self-Portraits

New York: Robert Miller Gallery
Andy Warhol: Photographs

New York: Dia Art Foundation
Hand-Painted Images: Andy Warhol 1960-1962

New York: Larry Gagosian Gallery
Andy Warhol: Oxidations Paintings


Milan: Refettorio delle Stelline
Andy Warhol: Il Cenacolo

Houston: The Menil Collection, Richmond Hall
Warhol: Shadows

Hamburg: Kunstverein in Hamburg
Andy Warhol: "Ich erkannte dafs alles, was ich tue, mit dem Ton zusammenhangt"

Tokyo: Watari Gallery
Remembering Andy: Warhol's Recent Works

Munich: Galerie Bernd Kluser
Lenin by Warhol

New York: Leo Castelli Gallery
Andy Warhol: Recent Work

Bridgehampton: Dia Art Foundation
Andy Warhol: A Memorial

New York: Dia Art Foundation
Andy Warhol: Skulls 1976

Salzburg: Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac
Andy Warhol: Arbeiten/Works 1962-1986

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