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January 28th, 2013 by Temple City Tribune
Portraits of Bette Davis, Carolina Herrera, Chris Evert and more on view for the very first time to the public
In the 1970s and 80s, iconic pop artist Andy Warhol made thousands of pictures with his Polaroid camera. The subjects range from celebrities to unknown individuals to objects that fascinated him, and many of these photos served as inspiration for his later paintings and silkscreens.
This exhibition, made possible by a donation to the Luckman Fine Arts Complex Permanent Collection from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, presents a selection of these Polaroids to the public for the first time.
Admission to Andy Warhol: Polaroids is completely free and open to the public. Parking will be available directly across from the Luckman Complex at a rate of one dollar per hour.
The Luckman Fine Arts Complex delivers cutting edge music, dance, and visual arts from around the world to the Los Angeles community. A professional arts entity on the campus of California State University, Los Angeles, located just five miles east of downtown, the Luckman Complex is home to three unique spaces: the Luckman Theatre with a capacity of nearly 1200, the Intimate Theatre with modular seating of 300, and the Luckman Gallery with contemporary presentations throughout the year. Since 1994, the Luckman has featured the best in international and local music, dance, theatre, and visual art. Bringing once-in-a-lifetime experiences and artists from all corners of the globe to Los Angeles, the Luckman furthers its mission of presenting the best of world-class arts to a diverse community.