Andy Warhol Exhibition

Through a Glass Starkly

Andy Warhol

Sept. 8 - Dec. 12, 2009

Tues, Wed, Fri, Sat: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Thur: 12:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Through a Glass Starkly Andy Warhol: Through a Glass Starkly

Dr. William Ganis, Curator

Fall Semester 2009

9/08/09 – 12/12/09

The exhibition presents Andy Warhol’s 153 Polaroids and silver gelatin photographs recently gifted to the University by the Andy Warhol Foundation. A vast majority of the works were never seen in pulic. The works are reviewed in the broader context of Warhol’s art and established their status as original artworks in their own right. The show also demonstrates photography’s importance to Warhol’s conceptual undertakings, especially his compulsion to document the world around him. Collections from the Andy Warhol Museum and Gallery DeNovo will be featured complimentary to the photographs, including Warhol’s silkscreens and paintings, as well as photographs of Andy by other photographers.

Dr. William Ganis is an Assistant Professor of Art History and Director of the String Room Gallery at Wells College in Aurora, NY. He has had curatorial experience at the Guggenheim Museum and the Andy Warhol Museum and is the author of /Andy Warhol’s Serial Photography, /the first scholarly and comprehensive material written about Warhol’s photographs.

Warhol Symposium

Thursday, October 8, 2009, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Concurrent with the exhibition, the George Segal Gallery is pleased to present a symposium on the artist's work - open to the general public and university community. The symposium will present Andy Warhol’s use and influence on photography, and his impact on the American culture in general.
Scholars of Warhol photographs will each make a presentation, followed by a panel discussion and Q & A.

William V. Ganis, PhD

William V. Ganis, PhD, Art History Professor at Wells College. Topic: Axious Objects
Catherine Zuromskis, PhD, Art History Professor, University of New Mexico. Topic:Vernacular Photography
Neil Baldwin, PhD, Montclair State University. Topic: Andy Warhol Then and Now in America

To register for the Warhol Symposium, call (973) 655-6941, 3382.
Admission is $25.00; 20% discount to older adults — age 65 or older; free to MSU students and faculty with valid ID; free to other students with valid ID.

*Conversations* with Dr. William Ganis and Dr. Neil Baldwin on Andy Warhol photographs – Nov. 7, 2009, evening. For the Society for Photographic Education, Mid-Atlantic/Northeast Joint Conference attendees only. Call (973) 655-3382 for more information.