Andy Warhol was a relentless user of Polaroid Cameras. Between 1970 and 1976 Warhol established a rigorous system of cataloguing. He took home the Polaroid images, edited and sequenced them and then entered them in individual red Holson Polaroid albums. These albums, with Warhol's original sequence and themes, have remained intact. The Andy Warhol Foundation, in honour of the 25th anniversary of the Warhol Foundation, decided to donate to a select number of museums one of Warhol’s Little Red Books, and the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia was chosen as one of the recipients. Alongside a selection of Polaroid photographs, 2 of Warhol’s Screen Tests will be shown.