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Andy Warhol Museum Announces $45 Million Expansion

Andy Warhol Museum Announces $45 Million Expansion

Smithsonian Magazine · 08 Nov, 2023 @ 12:22

The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh is planning a $45 million expansion—which will feature design elements inspired by the artist’s body of work.

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