The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts

Warhol Exhibitions


Since its incorporation in 1987, the Foundation has ensured that Warhol’s complex oeuvre is presented to the public in a scholarly and focused manner through cooperative exhibitions, loans, and permanent placement of work in museums. In helping to establish the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, the Foundation laid the groundwork for new scholarship and curatorial innovation. The Foundation has phased out its exhibition program to focus on its grantmaking programs to nonprofit arts organizations. At this point, the Foundation had donated over 52,000 works to over 300 institutions around the world and had loaned over 10,000 works to over 200 exhibitions.

Demand for Warhol’s work has increased substantially in the years since his death. His impact on the arts, art making, and culture-at-large continues to resonate with artists and audiences around the world. A selection of Warhol exhibitions is below. This partial list is intended to be representative, not exhaustive, and inclusion does not imply an endorsement by the Foundation.