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Over the course of a 30 year long career, Andy Warhol transformed contemporary art. This is the first significant exhibition of Andy Warhol’s work in Northern Ireland.
Andy Warhol is one of the most influential American artists to emerge in the post-war period. The power of Warhol’s work comes from its focus on fundamental human themes – the beauty and glamour of youth and fame, material culture, the passing of time and the presence of death. Employing mass-production techniques, Warhol challenged preconceived notions about the nature of art and erased traditional distinctions between fine art and popular culture.
The exhibition includes work from the ARTIST ROOMS’ impressive selection of 232 works which span the artist’s entire body of work and reflect his eclectic career and vibrant personality.
The d’Offay Donation comprises a superb array of important works representing all phases of Warhol’s career and a cross-section of media. The collection includes a unique selection of late diptychs as well as the celebrated four-part ‘Camouflage’ of 1986.
A selection of spectacular stitched photographs alongside a series of intriguing Polaroid self-portraits highlights his photographic work. The collection is complemented by 126 Warhol posters from all periods of the artist’s career, including his films and includes popular imagery from some of Warhol’s most famous works including Chairman Mao, Hamburger, cow wallpaper and references to the famous nightclub, Studio 54.
Warhol Gallery Guide and Merchandise
Make the most of the Warhol exhibition with a Warhol: Souvenir Gallery Guide. It includes a recommended route, notes and tips from the MAC’s Curator and it’s of course a great keepsake from the exhibition.
We’ve lots of great Warhol merchandise too. Check out the MAC shop for more information our visit our box office during your visit.
Warhol Film Screenings in the Sunken Gallery
Superstar – The Life and Times of Andy Warhol (1990) Chuck Workman
Throughout the day (87 mins)
My Hustler (1965)
Every Friday, 5.30pm (67 mins)
Every Saturday, 2pm (excerpt 50 minutes)
Every Saturday, 3.15pm (39 mins)
Every Sunday, 2pm (excerpt 50 minutes)
Beauty No 2 (1965)
Every Sunday, 3.15pm (66 mins)
All Films are The Collection of The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh.
Gallery Opening Hours
The galleries are open 10am-7pm, seven days a week.