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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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  • Valuable Art Stolen From Business

    Valuable Art Stolen From Business
    More than a million dollars worth of art is missing in Detroit, now the FBI is working to find who did it. In all, 19 works of art, including a piece by Andy Warhol, were taken from a business in the Detroit neighborhood of "Corktown". Investigators say...
  • OCMA to fete man behind the Ferus Gang

    OCMA to fete man behind the Ferus Gang
    The Orange County Museum of Art this weekend will honor Irving Blum, legendary director of the former Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles that launched the Pop Art movement's most famous names, for a lifetime of influence on the Southern California art scene....
  • The Crowd: OCMA toasts an L.A. art legend

    It is the most sophisticated social event of the year in Orange County. Art of Dining 2012, the Orange County Museum of Art's annual fundraising gala, honored Los Angeles art dealer Irving Blum, a visionary collector and exhibitor of contemporary art....
  • Warhol portraits still look new

    Warhol portraits still look new
    Twenty-five years after his untimely death in early 1987, Pop Art pioneer Andy Warhol is still best known for the subversive, strangely deadpan way in which his paintings and prints make you think twice about the most familiar icons of American consumer...
  • Critic's Notebook: LeRoy Neiman made art safe for Playboy-reading heterosexuals

    Critic's Notebook: LeRoy Neiman made art safe for Playboy-reading heterosexuals
    Without Hugh Hefner's Playboy magazine and its philosophy of unfettered heterosexual hedonism through stimulation of all the senses, there would have been no LeRoy Neiman. Usually mischaracterized as simply a sports artist, he was actually much more...
  • The 21st century comes to old Munich

    The 21st century comes to old Munich
    MUNICH — This is one of those towns that seems friendly but isn't. It offers beer, but its heart is cold. Personally, I like the real Munich better than the jolly stereotype. I like the incredible modern museums, the overly complex rules and...
  • Theater review: 'Red' from Orlando Shakespeare Theater

    Theater review: 'Red' from Orlando Shakespeare Theater
    "Think! Think!" bellows artist Mark Rothko to his assistant Ken repeatedly throughout "Red," the Tony-winning play by John Logan that made its Central Florida debut Friday in an Orlando Shakespeare Theater production. And thinking is surely what Logan...
  • Need a great gift? Try a museum

    Need a great gift? Try a museum
    Here we go again. It's about this time every year that the pressure starts to build. You know what I'm talking about. The pressure to Give Good Gift. It's the same old story. You pledge to shop early, to avoid the last-minute holiday panic. And then,...
  • Mixing art and wine

    Mixing art and wine
    Q: Waaaaay back in the '60s I thought I saw bottles of wine with labels designed by Picasso, Dali and other popular artists. Was I dreaming? —Elizabeth Dewey, Crystal Lake, Ill. A: No, you weren't dreaming. The artists' labels were (and are) found...
  • Framing Andy Warhol, April 4th at Old Lyme Phoebe Griffin Noyes Library

    Framing Andy Warhol, April 4th at Old Lyme Phoebe Griffin Noyes Library
    In June, Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts is hosting a PopArtsBall. To get ready for all that entails, College President Debra Petke will speak about Andy Warhol this week. An art historian and former Executive Director of the Mark Twain House & Museum,...
  • New book tries to explain the roots of hypochondria

     New book tries to explain the roots of hypochondria
    What do Andy Warhol, Howard Hughes and Woody Allen have in common with Chicago drive-time disc jockey Roe Conn? They all are — or were — hypochondriacs. But they're not alone. Due to our increased access to medical information, we are...
  • News of the Weird: Invisible Art?

    News of the Weird:  Invisible Art?
    Slaved Over a Hot Stove: Delivering gourmet meals to customers' doors is a fast-growing business model, with chefs in nearly every large modern city trying to cash in. So far, perhaps only London's brand-new Housebites goes the extra step. According to...