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Upstate New York museum plans 2015 Warhol exhibit

The Associated Press

GLENS FALLS, N.Y. — A museum in upstate New York plans to mount an exhibit of works from pop artist Andy Warhol’s later years.

The Hyde Collection announced Monday that its 2015 season will include an exhibit of Warhol drawings from 1973 to 1987, the year he died. The exhibit opens June 21 and runs through Sept. 27.

The Warhol show at the Glens Falls museum will feature 50 pieces, including many that have never been displayed before. They’ll include drawings of rock musicians Mick Jagger and John Lennon.

The artwork comes from the Warhol Museum, one of the four Carnegie museums of Pittsburgh.

The Warhol exhibit will follow recent popular Hyde Collection exhibits of early works by artist Georgia O’Keeffe and photographer Ansel Adams.


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