The Seattle Times' Melissa Davis reports that 250 Andy Warhol prints will be presented at the Portland Art Museum in Andy Warhol: Prints from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation. The exhibit, the largest retrospective of its kind, will sprawl across two floors of the museum and is drawn from the over-9,500-print collection of Portland philanthropist Jordan Schnitzer.
The exhibition includes a wide selection of Warhol prints, from his early-career book illustrations to his iconic celebrity portraits created through the 1980s. Some of his most well-known works are included in the exhibit, including prints from his Marilyn Monroe, Mao, and Campbell's Soup Can series, as well as a self-portrait.
The exhibition is on view October 8, 2016 through January 1, 2017. Read the full article.