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Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol
Andy Warhol was at the center of the pop art movement in the 1960s. He is responsible for coining the phrase "15 minutes of fame."
Andy Warhol was at the center of the pop art movement in the 1960s. He is responsible for coining the phrase "15 minutes of fame." « Show less

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  • 10/10/10: Ten cultural masterpieces for the decaphilic

     
    It's technically not a holiday, but Oct. 10, 2010 (10/10/10) is a day to remember for numerology enthusiasts and almanac buffs alike. In observance of this non-holiday, Culture Monster has put together a list of cultural masterpieces that somehow...
  • Watts Towers conference coming to UCLA

     
    "Why I build it? I can't tell you. Why a man make the pants? Why a man make the shoes?" So said Sam Rodia, explaining why he worked for 30 years to build what is now known worldwide as the......
  • Tonight: Tokyo Social Club @ Royal/T

     
    Promising “happy Friday after-work good times,” Royal/T in Culver City hosts Tokyo Social Club tonight, an event that promises free cake, DJs and a “Godzilla-sized ping pong party.” The multiplayer table tennis game should be quite...
  • 'America's Next Top Model' recap: Eels and pearls

     
    It’s official: No ‘Top Model’ challenge is complete without the possibility of a contestant vomiting from fear or nausea. This week’s episode offered one of the most impossible-sounding photo shoots yet, and that was only in the fir...
  • White heat: Six degrees of John Cale

     
    John Cale is the Forrest Gump of rock, linking a disparate group of tastemakers and cultural figures throughout the four-plus decades of his career. Cale will perform his 1973 album "Paris 1919" tonight at UCLA's Royce Hall, followed by a......
  • The Shot: Royal/T's 'The Warholian' gives guests a taste of Andy candy

     
    Japanese maid Rie Akuto served guests some of Andy Warhol's favorites. The king of pop art took center stage at "The Warholian," the Royal/T exhibit pairing Andy Warhol’s work with contemporaries inspired by his famous style. The show kicked off...
  • Taschen and Muhammad Ali: Round 2

     
    Fifty years ago, Muhammad Ali (a.k.a. "The Louisville Lip") began his transformation into the Greatest of All Time, winning the light-heavyweight boxing gold medal at the Summer Olympics in Rome. On Oct. 29, 1960, Ali (then known as Cassius Clay)......
  • The Agenda: Opening of 'The Warholian' at Royal/T tonight

     
    Royal/T has curated an exhibit paying homage to the king of pop art that showcases works by both Andy Warhol and the likes of Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, Takashi Murakami and Richard Prince. On opening night the gallery will transform into a Factory-...
  • Mod-inspired designer Lisa Perry launches a pop-up at Royal/T

     
    Break out your Twiggy-style tent dresses and glittery false eyelashes. Indie fashion designer Lisa Perry — who's known for creating Mod and Pop Art-inspired looks — will be launching a pop-up shop at Culver City art gallery-cum-retail store Royal/T...
  • Icons: Edie Sedgwick's style can still inspire, decades after the Warhol muse's heyday

     
    Everybody still loves Edie. Recently, a packed house at Cinefamily watched Andy Warhol’s doomed muse, Edie Sedgwick, bat those famous heavily mascaraed eyelashes one more time, in the semiautobiographical 1970 feature, "Ciao! Manhattan." Shot in fits...
  • Purple eyes and bright orange pouts rule the spring 2011 runways

     
    Forget dewy, fresh-faced and sheer for spring. Judging by the latest runway collections, it’s all about making a statement with color on either the eyes or lips. Purple reigned at Victoria Beckham and Chris Benz, where a wash of violet......
  • Well-dressed walls: Is the fashion boutique the new art gallery?

     
    FASHION ISSUE: When Louis Vuitton's 20,000-square-foot flagship opened on New Bond Street in London this spring, the coveted fashions and handbags weren't the only things on display. The mega-store, designed by New York architect Peter Marino, also houses...