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Andy Warhol

Iconic Surfaces

Bruce Helander | Posted 03.18.2015 | Arts
Bruce Helander

In Casselman's case, the familiarity with textures, coupled with the thick, tactile, earthy nature of clay that he manipulated with rubber and metal-edged "ribs," naturally and eventually carried over to his unique approach to painting, which he has been exploring for over twenty-five years.

Meet the Warholas: Andy Warhol's Family Set to Claim Their 15 Minutes With New Documentary

Christian Josi | Posted 03.16.2015 | Arts
Christian Josi

Last week when I read that a relative of the late Andy Warhol was venturing to make Uncle Andy, a documentary about him "from the family's perspective," my imagination was immediately captured.

At Williams College, Andy Warhol Casts His Queer Eye On Books

artnet | artnet News | Posted 03.13.2015 | Arts

This article originally appeared on artnet News. by Blake Gopnik THE DAILY PIC: These two images are from the exhibition called “Warhol by ...

Andy Warhol's Family Is Trying To Kickstart A Film About Its World Famous Uncle

The Huffington Post | Katherine Brooks | Posted 03.12.2015 | Arts

He was Andy Warhol to many, Andrew Warhola to a few. Yes, the Pop artist known for screen printing soup cans and memorializing Hollywood's flavor ...

How to Hang With Warhol

Elizabeth Baudouin | Posted 03.16.2015 | Entertainment
Elizabeth Baudouin

I caught up with Brendan to talk about his project, what he learned from Danny (that every artist needs to hear) and the moment he discovered tape of Lou Reed listening to The Ramones for the first time.

Every Landscape Tells A Story

Emillio Mesa | Posted 02.21.2015 | San Francisco
Emillio Mesa

Throughout generations and cultures, personal tales have long been an agent for transformation. Primarily because they contribute to society's narrat...

Do Artist Branding And Hollywood Talent Agency Deals Kill An Artist's Soul?

artnet | artnet News | Posted 02.18.2015 | Arts

This article originally appeared on artnet News by Paddy Johnson We've all seen the Andy Warhol Converse sneakers (read Converse x Andy Warh...

Is It Art? Or, Is It Soup?

James A. Fragale | Posted 03.28.2015 | Arts
James A. Fragale

Lunch with Andy Warhol. Some thirteen years later, after the Fair, I was invited to join a half-a-dozen hip, arty, New York types for a midday meal with Andy Warhol. I pride myself on a surefire, rock hard memory. My mind's eye never lets me down.

On the Chisolm Trail

Bruce Helander | Posted 03.10.2015 | Arts
Bruce Helander

The artist known as Chisolm recently exhibited a series of delightful works at DTR Modern Galleries on Worth Avenue in Palm Beach that were a courageously inventive and colorful take off on the Rorschach "inkblot" test invented in 1921 by the celebrated psychologist Hermann Rorschach.

Warhol Capitalism

Markus Giesler | Posted 03.10.2015 | Business
Markus Giesler

We live in a world of soaring inequality. It is our choice if we want to tell the same old stories, or if we want to create a vision of economic life that truly integrates competing value systems.

Pittsburgh: The Coolest American City You Haven't Been To

Andrea Poe | Posted 03.08.2015 | Travel
Andrea Poe

Pittsburgh is a breath of fresh air. It embraces its industrial past while simultaneously wrapping its strong arms around progressive green developments, an enlightened foodie reputation, and its birthright as one of America's quirkiest cities. Here are eight reasons to check out Pittsburgh now.

Marisol: Sculptures and Works on Paper at El Museo del Barrio

Marcia G. Yerman | Posted 03.07.2015 | Arts
Marcia G. Yerman

Marisol dug beneath the surface to engage with ideas that were political. Ignoring the vagaries of the art scene, Marisol explored her own vision and imagery undeterred by the knowledge that her direction was not always in tune with the prevailing sensibilities.

Movie Review: Big Eyes ...of the Beholder

Marshall Fine | Posted 02.22.2015 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

At heart, Big Eyes is a just a drama about a codependent relationship that strays into abusiveness, in which the wife finally finds the strength to ...

A Holiday List of the Best Art Around Town

Edward Goldman | Posted 02.15.2015 | Arts
Edward Goldman

So my friends, this is the time of year when our guestrooms and couches get crowded with kids, friends, in-laws, you name it... And we are expected to feed and entertain them.

Erin Whitney

The Man And Art Behind Andy Warhol's Silver Factory

HuffingtonPost.com | Erin Whitney | Posted 12.10.2014 | Arts

At the mention of Andy Warhol’s name one specific color comes to mind: silver. The artist became known for his Silver Factory -- which, as you may h...

How Competition Brought Us Closer This Thanksgiving

Cristina M. Regalado | Posted 01.26.2015 | Women
Cristina M. Regalado

As an immigrant, I appreciated the importance of the Thanksgiving holiday as a uniquely American tradition. Our extended family adapted to the fervor that came with preparations for this holiday.

CultureZohn: Picasso Threeway, Part III, Off the C(H)uff With Paloma Picasso

Patricia Zohn | Posted 01.26.2015 | Arts
Patricia Zohn

I am very fond of my little dolls which are "mini-me's" and have a very special and dear meaning to me. But I like to look at my Father's works for what they are: Picasso's work and I am in awe of so many things he created.

In LIVING Color: Keith Haring in SF

Emillio Mesa | Posted 01.14.2015 | San Francisco
Emillio Mesa

Current day San Francisco seems to be housing a creative rush, more than ever. Not just the land for apps, but a hotbed for true artist types, who are re-emerging as part of the Bay Area's 2.0 tech-renaissance movement.

Fall Highlights: Yayoi Kusama's New Pumpkin-Themed Show Debuts in London

ARTPHAIRE | Posted 12.09.2014 | Arts
ARTPHAIRE

One of 2012's surprise hit shows in London was Yayoi Kusama's retrospective at Tate Modern. Partly, it was that the work was so good -- playful, hyper-real, immersive pieces.

35 Years Selling Homes to the Stars: Lessons in the real estate business

Steve Mariotti | Posted 12.06.2014 | Small Business
Steve Mariotti

Like any good business idea, or any opportunity at that, New York City is what you make of it and the people that stay there the longest are the ones who--like entrepreneurs--find their niche and prosper in it.

Your Instagrams Are Richard Prince Artworks

Matthew Israel | Posted 12.01.2014 | Arts
Matthew Israel

American artist Richard Prince's current show at Gagosian Gallery in New York, "New Portraits," features 37 images taken from other peoples' Instagram accounts, which have been enlarged to roughly 4 x 6 feet and printed on canvas.

Andy at the Top of His Game

Edward Goldman | Posted 11.30.2014 | Arts
Edward Goldman

Why jaw-dropping? Here's why. The exhibition consists of 102 large-scale paintings (1978-79) hung with no space between them so that they create one uninterrupted line that hugs the walls of several large galleries.

The Flipside: Living Naked, Yet Not Afraid

Carl Pettit | Posted 11.11.2014 | Comedy
Carl Pettit

The silver lining here is that with risqué photos and nude selfies popping up pretty much everywhere in our culture (Anthony Weiner ring any bells?), nefarious government or Mafioso types will find it increasingly hard to blackmail anyone anymore.

Sally Kirkland's Triumphant Return in 'Archaeology of a Woman'

Xaque Gruber | Posted 11.09.2014 | Entertainment
Xaque Gruber

This week, making its New York City premiere, Writer/Director Sharon Greytak's gripping Archaeology of a Woman, plunges deeper into the portrait of dementia and its disturbing effects than any other recent film on the subject.

17 Andy Warhol Films You Need To Know On His Birthday

The Huffington Post | Erin Whitney | Posted 08.06.2014 | Arts

Andy Warhol, the man behind Pop Art and a variety of other visual and oral art forms, was born on August 6, 1928 and would have been 86 today. Born An...