The Portland Mercury's Megan Burbank reviewed the exhibition Andy Warhol: Prints from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation at the Portland Art Museum, on view now through January 1st, 2017.
"There aren’t many surprises in what PAM’s billing as 'the largest Andy Warhol print retrospective ever,'" Burbank writes, citing Warhol's widely-recognized Marilyn and Campbell's Soup Can series, both of which are included in the exhibition of over 250 prints. "If you haven’t spent much time with his work, this sprawling exhibition is a good way to get acquainted."
She recommends that those already familiar with Warhol's most popular works visit the room dedicated to Warhol's early commercial illustrations, which "make the exhibition worth seeing."
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