Presented by MIS – The Museum of Image and Sound, Sao Paulo – in collaboration with the Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, Andy Warhol Superficie Polaroids (1969-1986) shows in more than three-hundred photographs the traces of pop culture in Warhol’s construction of his public and private persona. Portraits of friends and celebrities like Mick Jagger, Jane Fonda, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Joseph Beuys, John Lennon, Francis Bacon, and Truman Capote are found among shots of interiors and randomly encountered objects. The photographs reveal the essence of Warhol’s innovative impulse to bring photography closer to painting. The exhibition was produced by CISMA and Viana Art with the curatorship of Diogenes Moura at the MIS – Museum of Image and Sound, Sao Paulo, Brazil.