Not surprising that an artist who relied so heavily on museums to build his mythical image has one of his own. But did you know that it’s in Pittsburgh? And that Warhol, always thought of as such a quintessential New Yorker, was from the Steel City? It is the largest museum in the U.S. dedicated to a single artist and has seven floors and 17 galleries. How to fill all that space? Good thing Warhol was the most commercial of the modern masters who changed the very idea of what a “masterpiece” is. “Works like his Shadow Paintings or the metal surfaces he peed on, let alone his Love Boat cameo, don’t register as unique works of genius, as his early works do. But that’s because Warhol had moved on to making un-unique art that tested what selling out might be about, in an America where selling more matters most,” our art critic Blake Gopnik wrote in a recent Newsweek article. The museum has 900 paintings, 2,000 works on paper, 4,000 photographs, and 77 sculptures. And that’s only a small portion of his gigantic output.