In Charlottesville, The University of Virginia’s Fralin Museum continues its exhibition, Andy Warhol: Icons through September 18th . The exhibition includes silkscreens from the series Saint Apollonia and Cowboys and Indians, both created by Warhol during the 1980s.
Sweetbriar College’s Babcock Gallery opens Andrea Eis: Marginalia this week. Eis works in film, photography and fabric and has exhibited all over the world. Her work focuses on the combination of historical text and iconic imagery. Andrea Eis is an artist working in film.
The Visual Arts Center of Richmond continues their exhibition of work by Emily E. Erb titled “Loosely Loaded”. Erb hand paints meticulously detailed textiles that address American historical narratives, political and social inequalities, and environmentalism.
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