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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

Top Andy Warhol Articles

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  • Jeffrey Deitch on Andy Warhol -- and on James Franco's project with MOCA

     
    To understand Jeffrey Deitch, the new director of the Museum of Contemporary Art, it helps to understand something about Andy Warhol, a longtime fascination. So for his first major interview on the job, instead of, say, riding along with Deitch......
  • Monster Mash: Chinese scroll sells for $63.8 million; Leonard Slatkin speaks out on 'La Traviata'

     
    Hot market: An anonymous bidder paid a record $63.8 million for a calligraphic hand scroll by Song Dynasty master Huang Tingjian in a sale at Beijing's Poly Auction, the largest auction house in mainland China. (Artinfo) Dog show: Performance artist......
  • Monster Mash: Altamira caves to reopen despite warnings; Warhol portrait of Elizabeth Taylor for sale

     
    Underground art: Spain's Caves of Altamira -- known as the "Sistine Chapel of Paleolithic art" -- will reopen to the public after eight years despite warnings that heat and moisture from visitors could damage the precious bison paintings. (Associated...
  • Art review: Koh Byoung Ok @ Solway Jones Gallery

     
    In 1962, Andy Warhol used a stamp technique to reproduce 210 bottles of Coca-Cola on canvas as they might appear in a big supermarket cooler, 30 bottles across and seven rows high. Some were pictured full, others empty and still......
  • MOCA announces 3 new trustees, including billionaire diamond merchant

     
    The Museum of Contemporary Art has added Laurence Graff, a London-born diamond tycoon with a reported net worth of $2.5 billion, to its board of directors, along with New York City real estate developer Edward J. Minskoff – who spent......
  • Thomas Dekker to play Lance Loud, the original reality TV kid

     
    Thomas Dekker ("Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles," "A Nightmare on Elm Street") has signed on to HBO Films' "Cinema Verite," a behind-the-scenes look at the 1973 documentary "An American Family," considered to be the first reality show. Dekker, who...
  • Art review: 'Dennis Hopper Double Standard' @ MOCA's Geffen Contemporary

     
    "Dennis Hopper Double Standard" opened Sunday at the Geffen Contemporary, the Museum of Contemporary Art's Little Tokyo warehouse. A sense of melancholy hangs over the late Hollywood maverick's photographs, paintings, sculptures and mixed-media works....
  • 'Smear-merchant' cut his teeth with an NEA attack

     
    Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Andrew Breitbart, whose right-wing Big Government blog has come under withering attack for falsely smearing fired Agriculture Department official Shirley Sherrod as a racist, cut...
  • Broad says downtown art museum would draw better than one in Santa Monica

     
    Eli Broad says he still hasn't decided between Santa Monica and downtown Los Angeles as a site for a new museum to house his contemporary art collection. But in a conversation Wednesday with Times editorial board members and reporters, Broad......
  • Q&A: What makes a lady 'Classy'? Derek Blasberg knows

     
    Derek Blasberg's social calendar reads like WWD's "Eye" column or a Bravo reality series and an episode of "Gossip Girl" rolled into one. Before you ask, "Derek who?," we'll tell you: Blasberg is a New York-based fashion scribe for Style.com......
  • Monster Mash: Warhol self-portrait tops $32 million; world's most expensive stamp to go up for auction

     
    -- Hot market: Andy Warhol's 1986 purple "Self-Portrait"-- offered by fashion designer/director Tom Ford -- has sold for $32.6 million at Sotheby's in New York. Mark Rothkos' 1961 "Untitled" went for $31.4 million. (Bloomberg) -- Tiny treasure: An 1885...
  • An appreciation: Giuseppe Panza di Biumo

     
    On each of three consecutive days in early April 1985, I spent three intense hours holed up in a Sunset Strip hotel suite overlooking the hazy Los Angeles basin with a tape recorder, a stack of blank cassettes, a sheaf......