Warhol’s Marilyn (and More) on Long Island

This 1967 screenprint is featured in Andy Warhol Portfolios: A Life in Pop, open Tuesdays to Sundays at the Nassau County Museum of Art on Long Island until November 7, The Island Now reports. (In accordance with current regulations, tickets must be booked in advance.)

“The collection features the most famous images in Pop art, from the Campbell’s soup can and Marilyn Monroe, pioneering works made in the 1960s, to the late, great Vesuvius series, made just two years before his death in February 1987.

One landmark museum show gathers masterworks from his early experimentations with the silkscreen process through the peak of his fame, on loan through the Bank of America Art in our Communities® program, and will reach a Long Island audience, including thousands of schoolchildren in local districts, who have never before had a local museum show dedicated to Andy Warhol.”