Presented by Raymond James & Associates in Indiana
March 12 – August 7, 2022
See late-career works of Pop Art icon Andy Warhol that capture the myths and pop culture surrounding familiar figures of the American West.
See the West in Warhol’s Iconic Style
What is it: During the final years of his career, Andy Warhol’s lifelong fascination with the American West and Native American art came to the forefront of his work in a series of screen prints and paintings called Cowboys and Indians. Featuring portraits of prominent figures such as Annie Oakley and Geronimo, this traveling exhibition will let you experience the West through Warhol’s eyes.
The 1986 Cowboys and Indians series was the last major group of work he created before his death. In addition to the more overt pop culture references in this series, such as the print of Western film actor John Wayne, Warhol drew more broadly on the American cultural fascination with the American West and Indigenous North America. Warhol grew up at a time when Westerns were popular in film and television, and when he created the series in the 1980s, the genre — and related ones such as Country and Western music — were seeing a revival in popular culture.
See this body of Warhol’s work while exploring themes of American nostalgia, exploitation, appropriation, and progress.
Warhol’s West was organized by the Booth Western Art Museum, Cartersville, GA, and the Cochran Collection, LaGrange, GA.
Plan your visit to see this exhibit
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How to visit: See exhibit Mon-Sat 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and Sun 12 p.m.-5 p.m.
Admission: Exhibit is included with the cost of museum admission
Please Note: Photography is not permitted inside the Warhol’s West exhibition Space.
Members-Only Preview Party
Friday, March 11
Join us for an opening celebration with food and a cash bar. Get tickets.
Opening Day Activities
Saturday, March 12
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Enjoy opening day of Warhol’s West with activities, talks, and more. Learn more.
Saturday, April 23
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Author, artist, and storyteller James Warhol, nephew of Andy Warhol, holds a book reading of his two popular children’s books about his famous Uncle Andy. Also, a Pop Art-making activity will take place in the Eiteljorg’s studios. Learn more.
Events with Pop Artist Brent Learned
Various Dates May 19-22
Attend workshops, exhibit talks, and a members-only Coffee and Conversation with Pop Artist Brent Learned (Cheyenne / Arapaho).
Andy Warhol in cowboy boots at fundraiser, 1979 Newsday LLC/Newsday via Getty Images