Express Talk: Tiger Morse by Andy Warhol



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Andy Warhol’s groundbreaking films were central to his radical reinvention of media. Join Robyn Farrell, assistant curator of Contemporary Art, to view and discuss Tiger Morse, one of hundreds of films inspired by a wide range of genres and themes that Warhol made between 1963 and 1968. This film is presented in its original 16mm format and on view in the Stone Gallery through January 26 as part of Cinema Reinvented: Four Films by Andy Warhol.

A color film still of a light-skinned woman with puffy pink hair and sunglasses in front of a highly decorated and colorful backdrop.

Still from Tiger Morse (Reel 14 of ****), 1967.

Andy Warhol. ©2019 The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, a museum of Carnegie Institute. All rights reserved. 

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