Pop Art superstar Andy Warhol may be more known for his iconic screen prints, but no medium was outside his purview, and he had a long and fruitful engagement with books, starting as a designer and illustrator, and later, in collaboration with artists in his circle. As with all his work, Warhol's books reconfigured the relationships between creator and content, audience and marketplace. The Morgan, in collaboration with the Andy Warhol Museum, has collected volumes, drawings and archival materials—some never before seen—from more than 80 publications spanning the length of his career. Andy Warhol's books are often overlooked in studies of his career. This exhibit, which presents nearly all of his book projects, includes many never-before-seen drawings, publications, and archival materials dating from his early student days through the peak of his career as a cultural icon. For more information, visit themorgan.org.