Collin Kelley, a contributor to Atlanta INTOWN, marvels at the new exhibit “Andy Warhol: Prints” opening June 3 at the High Museum of Modern Art.
On loan from Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation, the exhibition ranges from Warhol’s early sketches and drawings to his iconic images from Marilyn Monroe to Muhammad Ali and the famous Campbell’s Soup Can. “The depth and breadth of the exhibition is spectacular,” writes Kelly.
The exhibition runs through Sept. 3. For details on the Warhol show and events, visit high.org.