Warhol’s athletic portraits on display at Cranbrook

Grand Slam is a brand new Andy Warhol exhibit at the Bloomfield Hills’
Cranbrook Art Museum that brings together the sporty side of Warhol’s


Grand Slam showcases Warhol’s work in four forms. In addition to his
paintings and photography, films will be shown continuously, including
Mrs. Warhol, Sunset, and Paul Swan, as well as screen tests of Salvador
Dali and of Lou Reed, shot at Warhol’s infamous Factory studio.
Warhol’s prints also are highlighted and they range from the
familiarity of his Campbell’s Soup I, a collection made in 1968, to
later works like Endangered Species (1983), which is on loan from the
Grand Rapids Art Museum, to his 1980 series titled Ten Jews of the
Twentieth Century.

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