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Warhol, Andy, 1928-1987

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Famous silkscreen by Andy Warhol sold for $12.6 million

Andy Warhol was perhaps best known for his keen interpretations of contemporary post-World War II American culture and Elizabeth Taylor is perhaps best known for her amazing violet eyes and distinguished film roles. Their paths crossed (in a matter of speaking) when Warhol created a vibrant silkscreen of Taylor from a publicity photograph of her taken around the time that she was making the film...
the Warhol: Time Capsule 21

Sometime in the 1970s, Andy Warhol began making "time capsules", brown cardboard boxes into which he would drop all kinds of objects from his daily life: letters, clippings from magazines and newspapers, gifts, photographs, business records, and his own and other artists' work. By the time of his death in 1987, Warhol had filled over 600 boxes that were all moved to the Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh...
Brooklyn Museum: Andy Warhol: The Last Decade

Andy Warhol: The Last Decade, was organized by the Milwaukee Art Museum, and is now on view at the Brooklyn Museum. The exhibition features several large pieces that Warhol created in collaboration with other artists, especially Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Francesco Clemente. One of these works, the Origin of Cotton, 1984, can be viewed in the online exhibition. Inspired by Warhol's collaborations,...
the warhol: Time Capsule 21

Andy Warhol was a man of many talents, though the world may know him best for his iconic Pop Art works such as his stylized soup cans and images of Marilyn Monroe. This particular web project from the Warhol museum in Pittsburgh affords interested parties a look into his Time Capsule 21. This compelling work is one of over 600 cardboard boxes that he filled over the course of his life. The...