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FREE GALLERY ADMISSION
Don’t forget: gallery admission is free with a ticket to any same-day Wexner Center event. Simply show your ticket at our Patron Services Desk.
One ticket to our double features admits you to either film (or both). Feel free to join us just for the second film at the time listed.
In The Trip [Version 1], Eric Emerson, making his Warhol feature film debut, delivers an almost nonstop monologue on his philosophies of love, life, and work, all while stripping, painting his nails, and drinking milk. (66 mins., digital video)
In [Unknown Eric Reel], Emerson sits atop a large, egg-shaped sculpture while discussing whether he is a boy or a girl (among other topics) with fellow Warhol “Superstars” Susan Bottomly, Angelina “Pepper” Davis, and Ingrid Superstar. (33 mins., digital video)
The evening is introduced by The Andy Warhol Museum’s Curator of Film and Video Geralyn Huxley and Associate Curator of Film and Video Gregory Pierce.
Andy Warhol, The Trip [version 1], 1966
Pictured: Eric Emerson
©2019 The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, a museum of Carnegie Institute
All rights reserved
Film still courtesy The Andy Warhol Museum
“The Chelsea Girls” Exploded was originally organized by Geralyn Huxley, Curator of Film and Video, and Greg Pierce, Associate Curator of Film and Video, at The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, and Rajendra Roy, Chief Curator of Film at The Museum of Modern Art, New York.
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The Trip [Version 1] | [Unknown Eric Reel]