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Fotografiska New York Museum Honors Pride Month With 'Andy Warhol Photographs' Exhibition

Now available to view online.

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Fotografiska New York Museum Honors Pride Month With 'Andy Warhol Photographs' Exhibition

Now available to view online.

To celebrate the remainder of Pride Month, Fotografiska New York has launched the Andy Warhol Photographs exhibition in collaboration with Hedges Projects. The online experience features Warhol’s polaroid series Sex Parts and Torsos and Ladies and Gentlemen from the ’70s that explore gender and identity.

According to the late artist’s website, Sex Parts and Torsos was inspired by “classical nudes and erotic art which have been depicted throughout history.” Images from the project showcase nude body parts of both genders. As for Ladies and Gentlemen, Warhol photographed Black and Latinx models and drag queens, including gay liberation and AIDS activist and drag queen Marsha P. Johnson.

Take a look at a few pieces from the exhibition in the gallery above. Andy Warhol Photographs is now available to view online via Fotografiska’s website.

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