Rare Warhol photos come to Chicago

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Rare photographs of artist Andy Warhol are coming to Chicago.

The pictures were taken in the 1960s by famed photographer William John Kennedy.

One shows Warhol holding the Marilyn Monroe acetate used to make his famous paintings.

The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh is donating the photograph to Chicago as part of Expo Art week.

The photo is one of five that will be on display in an exhibition of Kennedy’s Warhol photos at the expo this week at Navy pier.

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