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October eNews from the Blanton: Warhol By the Book opening soon!

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In this issue of the Blanton's eNews: A new Andy Warhol exhibition opens soon, Bscene returns with a 60s twist, a curator reflects on Goya: Mad Reason, plus a lineup of October programs including a midnight Halloween film screening. Read on!
The Blanton presents Warhol By the Book, the first museum exhibition in the United States to examine Andy Warhol’s career-long work in books—an overlooked and important aspect of the artist’s life and career. The exhibition presents nearly all of Warhol’s book projects from his early days as a student in Pittsburgh and commercial illustrator in New York to his years as a Pop art pioneer and superstar celebrity. Organized by The Andy Warhol Museum, Warhol By the Book at the Blanton will include more than 250 objects that span five decades, including original artist books, book jacket covers and ephemera, illustrations, screen prints, paintings, photographs, films, and several books authored and owned by Warhol.

This exhibition has been organized by The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, one of the four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh. Generous support for this exhibition at the Blanton is provided by the Scurlock Foundation Exhibition Endowment.

Currently on view at the Blanton is Xu Bing: Book from the Sky, a monumental installation by celebrated Chinese artist Xu Bing. Regarded as one of the masterpieces of twentieth-century Chinese art, Book from the Sky ushered in the avant-garde movement in post-Mao era China. It also won Xu Bing international recognition, including the prestigious MacArthur Foundation “Genius” Award. Since its completion in the early 1990s, this profound meditation on the nature of language has been exhibited globally, a testimony to its provocative power and ability to engage viewers beyond its original context. On view through January 22, 2017.

This exhibition is organized by the Blanton Museum of Art.

Generous funding for this exhibition is provided by the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation, with additional support provided by The Freeman Foundation, the Robert Lehman Foundation, and donors who contributed to the 2014 Annual Fund.

Image: Xu Bing, Book from the Sky, 1987–1991, mixed media installation / hand-printed books and scrolls printed from blocks inscribed with ''false'' characters, installation view of Xu Bing: Book from the Sky at the Blanton Museum of Art, 2016, courtesy of Xu Bing Studio, photo by Colin Doyle

Andy Warhol said, “One’s company, two’s a crowd, and three’s a party.”

Join us as we recreate the iconic Andy Warhol “Exploding Plastic Inevitable” events of late 1960s.  Local psychedelic band Christian Bland and the Revelators is bound to blow your mind, especially when combined with the vintage lighting experience specially designed by The Mustachio Light Show.

Create your own Warhol screen test in our video photo booth courtesy of My Event is the Bomb. Join our friends from Culture Map for a special art activity.

What to wear?  Come dressed up as Warhol himself or your favorite “It Girl” and join in our costume contest.  Prizes will be presented for the most authentic and most outrageous outfits!

Cash bars will serve beer, wine and a tripped out specialty drink and (just in case you get the munchies), the Soup Peddler will be standing by selling soup (what else?).

The outdoor Member Lounge will feature a private cash bar, light bites, and exhibition inspired activities.

FREE for Members / $12 General Admission. Tickets are available online or at the door. Not a member? Join now!

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Goya: Mad Reason might have recently closed, but that shouldn't stop you from reading this insightful blog from managing curator Douglas Cushing. He shares how the exhibition came to be, from researching prints at Yale University Art Gallery, to creating a 3-D model of the galleries, to explaining the unique layout of the show. If you've ever wondered about the curatorial process, this blog is for you!

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