"MCA DNA: Warhol and Marisol"

Photograph courtesy of the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago Andy Warhol, "Troy Diptych," 1962.

Paying homage to the friendship of Andy Warhol and Marisol Escobar, this exhibition presents work the artists made individually during the 1960s, a formative period in their careers. Drawing primarily from the MCA's collection, the show displays Warhol's silkscreen paintings alongside Marisol's wooden sculptures, highlighting their mutual interest in repetitive figures as well as their different techniques.

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