ART: Furthermore: May 2, 1994

When "the most comprehensive single-artist museum in the United States," as it describes itself, opens in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on May 16, to whom will it be devoted? Mark Rothko? Jackson Pollock? No -- Andy Warhol. Housed in an industrial building that cost $12.3 million to renovate, the Andy Warhol Museum will display 500 Warhols on six floors and hold 2,500 more in its permanent collection. A theater will show Warhol films, and copies of Interview will be available in an archive.


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