This major retrospective exhibition of approximately 250 Andy Warhol prints and ephemera from the collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer is the largest of its kind ever to be presented. It spans two floors of the Museum and includes instantly recognizable images such as Warhol’s iconic Campbell’s Soup Can (Tomato) and Marilyn Monroe (Marilyn).
Andy Warhol: Prints from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation is accompanied by an exhibition catalog published in partnership with the Foundation. A number of public and school programs will be presented in conjunction with the exhibition, including lectures by exhibition curator Sara Krajewski and Blake Gopnik, art critic and Warhol scholar; Jordan Schnitzer in conversation with Richard H. Axsom, senior curator at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art; and a variety of workshops, artist demonstrations, school tours, and community activities.
- May 25th @ 5PM - May 26th @ 12AM // Warhol to Midnight Closing Event
Lectures & Discussions
- March 12, 10:00-12:00PM // Behind the Veil: Andy Warhol in Context Lecturer: Richard Axsom // Mondays at the Museum, Annenberg Theater
- April 5, 4:00–6:00PM //Contemporary Art Council and Photography Collection Council Presentation Andy Warhol: A Panel Discussion // Annenberg Theater
Performances - In the spirit of Warhol’s iconic quote, these compact programs are designed to give attendees their own fifteen minutes of fame.
- March 8 // 15's - Fifteen Minutes of Electric Sound Bath, Ang Wilson and Brian Griffith
- March 22 // 15's - Fifteen Minutes of Meditation Mindful, Way co-founder Hugh McNeill
- April 19 // 15's - Fifteen Minutes of Spoken Word, Poet AP Jackson
- May 3 // 15's - Fifteen Minutes of Palm Springs Gay Men's Chorus
Pop-Up Studio: Warhol Print Lab
- March 11–April 30 // select Sundays 11:00AM–3:00PM
Palm Springs Art Museum, “Andy Warhol: Prints From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation,” March 3-May 28, 2018, photographs by Lance Gerber