Warhol Museum's redesigned galleries to open in May
April 10, 2014 1:49 PM
A pedestrian walks by the window displays featuring video panels at The Andy Warhol Museum.
The Warhol Museum will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a redesign of its collection galleries. The new look will open to the public in May.
This rehang represents the most comprehensive re-examination of the North Side museum's collection of Andy Warhol's artwork and archival materials since it opened in 1994. The new overall installation will be chronologically organized across five of the museum's seven floors.
"We can't wait to share the new look and feel of The Warhol with our visitors," said Eric Shiner, director of The Warhol. "Our goal is to both engage and educate our guests so that everyone leaves with a true understanding of who Andy was and why he matters so much."
New installations include The Exploding Plastic Inevitable (multimedia), The Office (dedicated to Mr. Warhol's studio), and The Archives (featuring Mr. Warhol's 'Time Capsules').
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