When the show opened last November, New York Times Art Critic Holland Cotter urged “MEET WARHOL, AGAIN, IN THIS BRILLIANT WHITNEY SHOW,” adding “the sweeping retrospective shows a personal side of the Pop master … and reasserts his power for a new generation.”
And in the February 15th Times Weekend section, in a piece in which three arts writers discussed introducing their children to New York city culture, one of them remarked that the Warhol show had been a hit with all three of her kids.
But now, time is running out. A February press release announced “LAST CHANCE TO SEE WARHOL”—adding “Whitney to Open Seven Days a Week During March.”
Which means there are only 4 weeks left—for some of us to enjoy the trip down memory lane, and the rest of you to have the pleasure of discovering one of the liveliest of the 20th century’s Pop artists.
All photos by Maggie Berkvist.