Nothing compares to the permanent collection at the Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, but that’s kinda beside the point: The collection of Andy Warhol photographs and other ephemera on display at the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery is tiny and circumspect by design. It’s also an opportunity to see some candid shots—a recent bequest of the Andy Warhol Photographic Legacy Program—that the artist probably never intended for public consumption in a thoroughly unpretentious setting. The exhibition juxtaposes prints and Polaroids of celebrities in Warhol’s orbit (Truman Capote, Holly Woodlawn, Carolina Herrera) with pieces from George Washington University’s permanent collection (including an eye-popping Peter Max seriagraph) to offer a holistic look at his influences. Twin portraits of Joe and Ted Kennedy hint at the starmaking potential of Warhol’s lens; a black and white print of an Absolut bottle becomes an object of intense desire. Treasures and trash, side by side—a fitting testament to the great Pop artist’s compulsions. THE EXHIBIT IS ON VIEW FROM 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M. TUESDAY TO FRIDAY TO MARCH 5 AT THE LUTHER W. BRADY ART GALLERY, GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, 805 21ST ST. NW. FREE. (202) 994-1525.