[Patch.com] - Well, I remember Andy Warhol describing himself by saying, “I come from nowhere.” And he did come from a place similar to Phoenixville. Good art seems to come from “nowhere.” Let me begin my review of this show on this point. One of my favorites in the
[USA Today] - Read more. Whitney has been writing about pop culture for USA TODAY since 1999, when Pop Candy began as a weekly column. Her interests include music festivals, mustaches, Lost, comic books and Andy Warhol. She lives in New York City.
[PR Web (press release)] - A rare glimpse into the working studios of Pop art giants, Andy Warhol and Robert Indiana, two artists who shaped the direction of twentieth century American art. The historic Warhol and Indiana images with their iconic works were taken at the seminal
[PR Newswire (press release)] - NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 27, PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Warhol Live: Music and Dance in Andy Warhol's Work, the first exhibition to delve deeply into the roles music and dance played in the artist's life and work, opens at the Frist Center for the
(August 6, – February 22, 1987) was an American artist who was a leading figure in the visual art movement known as pop art. His works explore the relationship between artistic expression, celebrity culture and adverti…t that flourished by the 1960s. After a successful career as a commercial il…rator, Warhol became a renowned and sometimes controversial artist. The Andy Warhol Museum in his native city, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, holds an extensive permanent collection of art and archives. It is the largest museum in the United States dedicated to a single artist.
[New Zealand Herald] - Still, Shriver was never far in spirit from the Governor's expansive Capitol office, where an enormous Andy Warhol portrait of her hung, and she was said to weigh in frequently with opinions on policy. She was instrumental in revamping her husband's
[Telegraph.co.uk] - Lady Gaga's inaugural fashion column, for this month's V Magazine , comes in the form of a memo addressed to Stephen Gan (the magazine's editor in chief), Nicola Formichetti (aka "Mr Gaga"), Little Monsters, Andy Warhol, The New York Public Library
[The Independent] - Kind of like Andy Warhol's Sleep, with close-ups on everyone." While the Disneyland premiere of Pirates of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides brought out scores of Jack Sparrow lookalikes, it's typical of Depp to show up to our interview looking as far
[CBC.ca] - Andy Warhol's silkscreen portrait Liz #5 sold for nearly $27 million US at the Phillips de Pury contemporary art auction in New York Thursday. (The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts/Artists Rights Society/Associated Press ) (Note:CBC does
In the future everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes. -Catalogue of an exhibition of his art in Stockholm, Sweden (1968) - This quotation has produced a common cliché about fame in pop-culture which is called "15 minutes of fame"; it has often been paraphrased or misquoted in various ways, including
[New York Times (blog)] - Three staged, black-and-white portraits that show the artist masked as Diane Arbus, Andy Warhol and Robert Mapplethorpe are most chilling for their accuracy. The Warhol is based on existing portraits by Richard Avedon and Christopher Makos;
[Washington Post] - May 11 (Bloomberg) -- A racy Jeff Koons sculpture and an assemblage of Jackie Kennedy portraits by Andy Warhol drew tepid bidding last night as Sotheby's New York saw its lowest tally for an evening contemporary-art auction in two years.
[Washington Post (blog)] - Portrait by the Artist: Andy Warhol's portrait of Elizabeth Taylor brought in $ at an auction conducted by Phillips de Pury & Co. on Thursday. (CNN) Sending Regrets: Two of the Metropolitan Opera's star singers have backed
[Gig City] - By Staff Here's a term you didn't hear much of before Andy Warhol came along: “Pop art.” Then again, we hadn't all become famous for 15 minutes yet. Not super clear on what all this means, but like all art, pop or not, you know it when you see it – and
[Washington Post] - It's a corner of the world where nothing would seem more out of place than a museum dedicated to Andy Warhol. “I come from nowhere,” the artist once famously quipped. Yet sub-Carpathian Ruthenia — a region that was once part of the former
[Beachside Resident] - When you see Chris Brewer's paintings for the first time, it makes perfect sense that one of his primary influences is Andy Warhol, an artist who redefined portaiture for a new generation with his affinity for deconstructing his subjects with bold
[Washington Post (blog)] - (People) Bidding Warhol: A bidding war over a Andy Warhol self-portrait broke out on Wednesday at Christie's International sale of postwar and contemporary art. The painting sold for $38.4 million dollars, the most ever paid for a Warhol
[Paste Magazine] - One of Andy Warhol's self-portraits, is being put up for auction next month through Christie auction house. “Self-Portrait,” done in and completed shortly before his death, is expected to sell for as much as $40 million, Christie's said.
[New York Times] - The second star lot, Andy Warhol's "Sixteen Jackies, 1964," avoided failure thanks to a single $18 million bid that did not match the $20 million low estimate. One of Lucio Fontana's solid monochrome paintings from the "Concetto Spaziale" series sold
[MinnPost.com] - We went with the latter option: I dressed in my favorite mod suit and an Andy Warhol wig, which got me accosted by Warhol fans who had been denied a chance to get a photo with him in life, and so weren't going to pass up a chance to pose with his
[New York Times] - Andy Warhol, among other writers and artists, was known to haunt the Chelsea market. But now the markets have become true scenes, places to see, shop and be seen, all while washing down a $15 lobster roll with some home-brewed hibiscus soda.
[CloudTweaks News] - In 1968, Andy Warhol famously declared the universality, and temporary nature of fame that would, in his opinion, soon engulf the world. Now, it seems HP vice president and chief technologist of cloud services Scott McClellan seems to have achieved
[Baristanet] - By viewing the photograph and reading the accompanying label the group came to understand that it was a re-positioning of an Andy Warhol painting from his paint-by-number series “Do It Yourself (Landscape).” Further research enabled the group to
[In the Air, Art+Auction's Gossip Column (blog)] - And today, two more big arts names have thrown their weight behind the call for his release (and added their names to the Guggenheim's human rights petition): The Andy Warhol Foundation and the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation. The Andy Warhol Foundation
[LGBTQ Nation] - So, instead of realizing he was the principal of a high school which more than likely taught about Michelangelo, Alexander the Great, Socrates, Lord Byron, Walt Whitman, Oscar Wilde, Proust, Stein, Leonard Bernstein, Tennessee Williams, Andy Warhol
Andy Warhol was an artist who symbolized the pop art movement both through both his work and his eccentric personality. His influence on contemporary art is undeniable. This exhibition is a chance to look back across some ...
“Andy Warhol never met one of those people before I cast them. They were not his coterie, and they were not hanging out at his gallery. These were selections of mine! I've had this all my life! The horror of it! His celebrityhood ...