'Endangered Species: Grevy's Zebra' by Andy Warhol (1983) in high resolution

endangered species zebra warholFor the book Vanishing Animals (1986), Warhol created 16 prints (silkscreen with collage) of animals facing extinction. Each print is reproduced and placed next to chapters by Kurt Benirschke of the San Diego Zoo, who described each animal and possible reasons for their population declines. Included are chapters on the California Condor, the Galapagos Tortoise, the Komodo Monitor, and the La Plata River Dolphin. This exhibition presents copies of the book as well as source material including correspondence between Warhol and Benirschke.