It is hard to know quite what to make of Andy
Warhol's snapshots, the subject of one of two modest but nonetheless
interesting exhibitions devoted to the late prince of Pop at the
Neuberger Museum of Art.
Andy Warhol, Vote McGovern,
The Andy Warhol Museum. c. 2008 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts/ARS, New York
other show, organized by the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, N.H.,
focuses on the artist's portraits of political leaders. The two shows,
which together contain more than 110 works, most lesser-known, are
basically unrelated. They are linked only by Warhol's fascination with
the rich, powerful and famous, whom he courted throughout his life.
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