Andy Warhol, "Daily News," c. 1967, screenprint on paper, The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh. This work is one of several news manipulations found in “Warhol: Headlines” at the National Gallery of Art. (Andy Warhol/Courtesy National Gallery of Art)

Warhol: Headlines” will explore the artists’ works that he created that focused on the tabloid headlines of the day, while “Andy Warhol: Shadows” will pair 102 silkscreen canvasses “edge-to-edge” to create a cinematic view of the deviated images of shadows created in Warhol’s apartment. Both exhibits will open Sept. 25.


Pop artist Andy Warhol smiles in New York in this 1976 file photo. (AP Photo/Richard Drew,File)

“Warhol: Headlines” at the National Gallery of Art presents a sensational, multi-media narrative of Warhol’s life and times,” says Molly Donovan, curator of the exhibit. “In addition to the exhibitions, Warhol On the Mall will give visitors a broader view of Warhol and his work through films, speakers, concerts, and more at the National Gallery of Art and the Hirshhorn.”

“Warhol: Headlines” will close at the National Gallery of Art on Jan. 2, 2012. “Andy Warhol: Shadows” will close at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture garden Jan. 15. For more information, visit nga.gov and hirshhorn.si.edu.