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In the early 1960s, Pop art in America was bright, bouncy, cheerful and facile...But at that stage of his career he preferred to gaze upon the dark side. His Disaster screenprint series, which began in 1963-64, was inspired by magazine and newspaper
M arcel Duchamp famously observed that the artist would one day be able to point a finger and decree anything at all to be art. But what is it that gives the people who do the pointing that privilege? And what is it that confers value on the work
Andy Warhol's life played out like a movie, and now his star-studded legacy is coming to Wellington. Te Papa will host an exhibition of his work from the start of June to August 2 next year...Te Papa acting senior art curator Sarah Farrar said the
Pittsburgh sounds straightforward, but it's an exhibit with a complex set of goals, players and outcomes. Fourteen artists, local and international, were invited by Andy Warhol Museum director Eric Shiner to participate in the exhibition, which was
August 6, 2012 Andy Warhol is often remembered as larger than life, but it's all too easy to miss where he's buried...Eric Shiner, director of the Andy Warhol Museum , says it's a pretty typical cemetery for Pennsylvanians with Eastern European roots.
As has become the trend in the past year or two, some of the Sound Series shows are at the Warhol itself, and some are at the Carnegie Lecture Hall in Oakland...The Magnetic Fields show marks the group's first Pittsburgh appearance in a decade.
Candy Darling's Drawings and Musings' For Sale 3:27pm Drawing from journal of Candy Darling, 1969-72 (Courtesy Outlaw Art Museum) Tomorrow evening, the Clayton Patterson Gallery & Outlaw Art Museum on the Lower East Side will open the exhibition
Signed by the artist, certified by his estateit's got to be an original Andy Warhol, right?...But dealers and collectors are crying foul over the four-member board's perplexing verdicts, which have turned high-priced art into wall decoration T hey
Andy Warhol is best-known for colorful, quirky celebrity-based pop art, but a new free exhibit shows a different side. Playing up his portrait, still life and interior photographs, Warhol: Confections & Confessions opens Saturday at the Affirmation
Tell us Modern-art aficionados will want to head down to San Antonio before May 20 to see McNay Art Museum's "Andy Warhol: Fame and Misfortune." The exhibit, which is exclusive to the museum, has more than 150 multimedia objects from the Andy Warhol