The Andy Warhol Museum have partnered with Cadillac on a collaborative traveling exhibition, Letters to Andy Warhol, that kicked off at Cadillac House in downtown Manhattan on November 14th, where it will remain until December 26. The exhibition will be free and open to the public at Cadillac House, located at 330 Hudson Street in Manhattan, from 8 a.m.-7 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m.-7 p.m. weekends.
As part of the exhibit, Chiara Clemente shot a short film, Screen Stories, in the manner of Warhol’s Screen Tests, in which she interviewed Sienna Miller, David LaChapelle, Aimee Mullins, Nick Rhodes, Zac Posen, and her father, Francesco Clemente
During the initial few weeks of the exhibition, Cadillac House will have a Cadillac Park Avenue DeVille featured in the Seven Cadillacs, 1962 work on display.
Letters to Andy Warhol travels to Los Angeles in mid-January for display at the 101/EXHIBIT Gallery and to Miami in early February for display at Palm Court before going on a global tour through early 2018.