Andy in Nature

Andy Warhol at Philip Johnson’s Glass House, 1981.
Christopher Makos

Occasionally, Makos would shoot Warhol outside his New York City beat. Indeed, Warhol’s relationship with nature, largely unexplored, is at the heart of this new exhibition. Makos’s images of Warhol in the wilderness will be placed alongside Paul Solberg’s well-known flower works. Fittingly, the show takes place at Forest Hall, the 19th-century bluestone building in Milford, Pennsylvania, which is known as the birthplace of the American Conservation Movement. —C.M.