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The Campbell soup cans are there. The piled-high Brillo boxes are there. There are the many faces of Jackie O, and there is Andy Warhol himself colored a livid green in a self-portrait from 1986, his feathery hair jutting out at many angles as if starring in an early iteration of Wicked.

But for all the many must-see familiars in the Whitney Museum’s retrospective, Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again, let your eyes rove throughout this exhibition. Opening this coming Monday, it is the first major Warhol retrospective organized by a U.S. museum since 1989, two years after Warhol’s death.

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