What is Warhol?

  • (noun): United States artist who was a leader of the pop art movement (1930-1987).
    Synonyms: Andy Warhol

Some articles on warhol:

Shot Marilyns
... The Shot Marilyns is a work of art produced in 1964 by Andy Warhol ... Warhol actually painted five colored Marilyns in 1964 with different colored backgrounds red, orange, light blue, sage blue, and turquoise and he ... stacked against one another at the studio and asked Warhol if she could shoot them ...
Matt Wrbican
... Matt Wrbican is an American archivist and authority on the life of the artist Andy Warhol ... in 1991 in New York City, Wrbican, as the archivist of The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, has been unpacking, processing, preserving, and documenting an estimated 500,000 objects ...
L'Amour (film)
... L'Amour (1973), also known as Andy Warhol's L'Amour, is an underground film written by Paul Morrissey and Andy Warhol and directed by Morrissey and ...
List Of Plagiarism Controversies - In The Arts - Visual Arts
... Andy Warhol faced a series of law-suits from photographers whose work he appropriated and silk-screened ... Warhol had covered the walls of Leo Castelli's New York gallery in 1964 with the silk-screened reproductions of Caulfield's photograph ... claimed ownership of the image and while Warhol was the author of the successful silk screens, he settled out of court, giving Caulfield a royalty for future use of the image as well as two of the paintings ...
List Of Lost Films - Sound Films - 1960s
1963 Andy Warhol Films Jack Smith Filming Normal Love Andy Warhol Jack Smith This home movie, which may have been Warhol's first film, was seized by New York police in March 1964 ...

Famous quotes containing the word warhol:

    Isn’t life a series of images that change as they repeat themselves?
    —Andy Warhol (c. 1928–1987)

    Being good in business is the most fascinating kind of art.... Making money is art and working is art and good business is the best art.
    —Andy Warhol (1928–1987)

    People sometimes say that the way things happen in the movies is unreal, but actually it’s the way things happen to you in life that’s unreal. The movies make emotions look so strong and real, whereas when things really do happen to you, it’s like watching television—you don’t feel anything.
    —Andy Warhol (1928–1987)