Express Talk: Inner and Outer Space by Andy Warhol



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Andy Warhol’s groundbreaking films were central to his radical reinvention of media. Join curatorial associate Suzie Oppenheimer to view and discuss Inner and Outer Space, one of hundreds of films inspired by a wide-range of genres and themes that Warhol made from 1963–68. This film is presented in its original 16mm format and on view in the Stone Gallery during the month of November.

A black and white film still of two images of the same woman. The left side of the image is of her in profile while the right is of her facing the camera but looking to her right.

Inner and Outer Space, 1965
Andy Warhol. ©2019 The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, a museum of Carnegie Institute. All rights reserved. 

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