Stars of the Silver Screen at The Andy Warhol Museum

By:Amanda Narcisi

Andy Warhol has been known for the pop-art movement and his love of silk-screen and film. In Pittsburgh he is an icon and the best way to spend an afternoon is at The Andy Warhol Museum.

From now to September 24th is a special exhibit at The Andy Warhol Museum that highlights the “Stars of the Silver Screen.” The exhibit shows of Andy’s collection of star paintings, prints, drawings, photographs, video diaries and more. The work includes some amazing movie posters and costumes from Clark Gable and others. There is also a special spot for some of Warhol’s best silkscreens like Natalie and Marilyn Monroe. Along the one wall of the exhibit are amazing photos of Andy Warhol and other actors at nights out and birthday parties.

Stars of the Silver Screens at The Andy Warhol Museum runs through September 24. The Andy Warhol Museum is open from 10-5 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. On Fridays the museum is open from 10AM to 10PM. Admission is free for members of the Carnegie Museums, $20 for Adults and $10 for Students, Seniors and Children (3-18). For More information check out https://www.warhol.org/ and The Warhol on Facebook or Twitter.