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When David Bowie Played Andy Warhol in Julian Schnabel’s Film, Basquiat

Many actors have played Andy Warhol over the years, but not as many as you might think. Crispin Glover played him in The Doors, Jared Harris played him in I Shot Andy Warhol, Guy Pearce played him in Factory Girl, and Bill Hader played him in Men in Black III, but with a twist: he is actually an agent who is so bad as his cover role as an artist, he’s “painting soup cans and bananas, for Christ sakes!” On television John Cameron Mitchell has acted the Warhol role in Vinyl, and Evan Peter...
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Andy Warhol’s Art Explained: What Makes His Iconic Campbell’s Soup Cans & Marilyn Monroe Diptych Art?

Pop Art looks out into the world. It doesn’t look like a painting of something, it looks like the thing itself. — Artist Roy Lichtenstein By 2021, most of us accept that Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans are art, but there are some who are still not confident as to why. No shame in that. Art Historian Steven Zucker and the Khan Academy’s Sal Khan tackle the question head on in the above video, concluding that the work is not only a reflection of the time in which it was created, b...
Tags: Art, Facebook, College, Los Angeles, Chicken, Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Khan, Khan Academy, Cornell University, Roy Lichtenstein, Campbell, Niagara, Monroe, Zucker


Taschen Art Books on Sale Until July 11th: Frida Kahlo, Andy Warhol, Salvador Dali & More (Up to 75% Off)

FYI, from now until Sunday, the art book publisher Taschen is running a summer sale, letting you enjoy up to 75% off of hundreds of display copies of fine arts books–some of which we’ve featured here before. Some titles includes: Andy Warhol. Seven Illustrated Books 1952–1959 Kahlo The Rise of David Bowie. 1972–1973 Salvador Dali Tarot Modern Art. A History from Impressionism to Today Zaha Hadid. Complete Works 1979–Today. Enter the sale here. Note that Taschen is a partner of ours. So if ...
Tags: Facebook, College, Uncategorized, David Bowie, Andy Warhol, Taschen, Frida Kahlo Andy Warhol Salvador Dali, Salvador Dali Tarot


Alfred Hitchcock Explains the Difference Between Suspense & Surprise: Give the Audience Some Information & Leave the Rest to Their Imagination

The Hitchcockian mode of filmmaking involves the maximum use of suspense to keep viewers in a heightened state of anxiety. “There is no terror in the bang, only in the anticipation of it,” Hitchcock himself once said. How did he create suspense? In the interview clip above from 1973, Hitchcock explains how his films “convey visually certain elements in storytelling that transfers itself to the mind of the audience, whereas other films make visual statements, so that the audience be...
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AI & X-Rays Recover Lost Artworks Underneath Paintings by Picasso & Modigliani

You see above a painting by Amedeo Modigliani, a portrait of the artist’s lover Beatrice Hastings, unseen by the public until its rediscovery just this year. Or at any rate, some see that: in another sense, the image is a new or almost-new artistic creation, based on X-rays of Modigliani’s Portrait of a Girl. Underneath the paint that makes up that celebrated work lie traces enough to establish the presence of a different, earlier one beneath. But only now, after the employment of neural networ...
Tags: Art, Facebook, Technology, London, College, Barcelona, Smithsonian, Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso, Seoul, Picasso, Hastings, Da Vinci, Vermeer, Amedeo Modigliani, Modigliani


"Mr. Midgette, his hair painted and powdered silver-white and his face covered with pale makeup, passed himself off as Warhol at several colleges with Warhol’s blessing..."

"... fielding questions after showings of Warhol films.... Mr. Midgette pulled off his impersonation at a time when Warhol’s reputation had begun to spread beyond New York City but when, to most of America, he was still more of a vague concept than a recognizable personality.... 'The one thing I knew about Andy was, you could answer any question any way you liked and it would be fine,' he said... 'It might not have been the same thing he would say, but it would make as much sense... It made me r...
Tags: Law, New York City, America, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Performance art, Andy, Midgette, Ann Althouse


12 of the best hotels in Boston and Cambridge including historic properties, posh luxury, budget stays, and even a former jailhouse

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Here are the best places you can stay in Boston. Tripadvisor Boston is a charming New England icon infused with history, great dining, and urban green spaces. We chose the best hotels in Boston based on central locations, reviews, and desirable amenities. The best Boston hotels range from $87 to $645 per night to be accessible to the average traveler. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Rich with Revolu...
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Hear The Velvet Underground’s “Legendary Guitar Amp Tapes,” Which Showcases the Brilliance & Innovation of Lou Reed’s Guitar Playing (1969)

What was the Velvet Underground? A Kim Fowly-like art project that outlived its impresario’s interest? A main vehicle for Lou Reed, rock’s egomaniac underdog (who was no one’s ingénue)? Was it three bands? 1. The Velvet Underground and Nico; 2. The Velvet Underground with John Cale; and 3. The Velvet Underground with Doug Yule after Cale’s departure. (Let’s pass by, for the moment, whether VU without Reed warrants a mention…) Each iteration pioneered essential underground sounds — dirgy ...
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Matthew Rolston, who photographed Beyoncé and Prince, turns his eye to Pageant of the Masters

“Matthew Rolston, Art People: The Pageant Portraits” is the renowned fashion photographer’s latest attempt to pull back the layers of humanity through portraiture. This time Rolston is making art about people who recreate fine art, taking on as his subject the volunteers who adorn themselves in paint, costumes and hair pieces as part of the annual Pageant of the Masters in Laguna Beach. “Art People” is scheduled to open at the Laguna Art Museum on Sunday, June 27 — a week and a half before the t...
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Paintstorm Studio is a godsend for digital painters, and it's on sale for $15

Digital painting has truly become an art in itself. Even with artists like Andy Warhol creating digital art on a Commodore Amiga back in the mid-80s, digital painting has mostly been a kitschy bit of artistic fun, not stuff to be regarded as a true masterwork.  — Read the rest
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How you can see Alice Cooper's Andy Warhol painting before it goes to auction

'Little Electric Chair,' the Andy Warhol silkscreen Alice Cooper plans to auction in October, will be on display at Larsen Gallery in Scottsdale.        [Author: Arizona Republic]
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Broad museum in downtown LA reopens Wednesday with Warhol, Basquiat, Lichtenstein

LOS ANGELES — The downtown Los Angeles contemporary art museum The Broad will reopen to the public Wednesday with free exhibitions featuring works by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Roy Lichtenstein, Kara Walker and Andy Warhol. Prior to its public opening, the museum held previews over the past two weekends for health care workers and community organizers who have spent the pandemic keeping the region safe. The museum’s free planned exhibitions include: The Broad’s 13 Basquiat works together for the fir...
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The 10 best hotels to stay at in Rome now that quarantine-free flights are available to Italy

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Aventino Hotels With its incredible ancient ruins, Rome feels like an open-air museum. As Italy's most populated city, there are over a thousand hotels, from luxury to budget. We've curated a list of the best hotels in Rome to give visitors a true taste of Italian hospitality. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky With its Bernini fountains, preserved treasures of the ancient world, and maze of ...
Tags: Europe, US, Trends, Rome, Italy, David Beckham, Franco, Accor, Marriott, Vatican, Andy Warhol, Michelin, Vatican City, Karl Lagerfeld, Vespa, Santorini


Andy Warhol Would Have Loved Bang & Olufsen's New Aluminum Soup Can Bluetooth Speaker

Andy Warhol famously turned a mundane can of Campbell’s soup into an iconic piece of pop art, and now Bang & Olufsen is elevating the kitchen staple to a luxe piece of personal entertainment with its new aluminum-clad Bluetooth speaker that’s lightweight, waterproof, and not exactly cheap.Read more...
Tags: Science, Bluetooth, Artists, Andy Warhol, Campbell, Olufsen, Bang Olufsen, The Arts, Danish design, Occupations, HomePod, Technology Internet, New Aluminum Soup Can Bluetooth


Christie's CEO: Andy Warhol is the next NFT star

After auctioning off some of the world's first NFT artworks for $17 million last week, Christie's is trying to one-up itself by turning back the clock even further.
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Christie's CEO: NFT is bringing Andy Warhol's art back to life

Christie's CEO Guillaume Cerutti discusses the auction of five NFTs created from digital art made by Andy Warhol in the 1980s.
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NFT is bringing Andy Warhol's art back to life, says Christie's CEO

Christie's CEO Guillaume Cerutti discusses the auction of five NFTs created from digital art made by Andy Warhol in the 1980s.
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Reface now lets users face-swap into pics and GIFs they upload

Buzzy face-swapping video app Reface is expanding its reality-shifting potential beyond selfies by letting users upload more of their own content for its AI to bring to life. Users of its iOS and Android apps still can’t upload their own user generated video but the latest feature — which it calls Swap Animation — lets them upload images of humanoid stuff (monuments, memes, fine art portraits, or — indeed — photos of other people) which they want animated, choosing from a selection of in-app son...
Tags: Tech, Andy Warhol, Reface, Gan, Venus de Milo, Avatarify, Dima Shvets, Marilyn The Andreessen Horowitz


Alice Cooper forgot he had an Andy Warhol masterpiece in storage. Now he's selling it

Alice Cooper kept an Andy Warhol painting in storage for decades after he forgot he had it. Now the rock star is putting the artwork up for auction.        [Author: Arizona Republic]
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Rock Legend Alice Cooper to Auction off Andy Warhol Artwork

An Andy Warhol canvas found years ago in the garage of rocker Alice Cooper could become the highest selling artwork ever in Arizona.
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Official US Trailer for Wacky R. W. Fassbinder Film 'Enfant Terrible'

"Have you still not understood what that means, you amateurs? Damn." Dark Star Pictures has unveiled a new official US trailer for the strange German drama Enfant Terrible, a film about the infamous German filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder. This was originally set to premiere at last year's Cannes (watch last year's trailer), then played at a few other fall festivals anyway, and is now opening in the US this spring. The film examines the life and the impact of iconic German New Wave directo...
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Great Art Explained: Watch 15 Minute Introductions to Great Works by Warhol, Rothko, Kahlo, Picasso & More

Can great art be explained? Isn’t it a little like explaining a joke? Yet this can be worthwhile when the joke is in a foreign language or an unfamiliar idiom, a long-forgotten dialect or an alien idiolect. Consider, for example, the most common response to Mark Rothko’s monochromatic rectangles: “I don’t get it.” Will perplexed viewers better understand Rothko’s Seagram murals when they learn that “he was found in a pool of blood six by eight feet wide, roughly the size of one of his pa...
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The 16 best Airbnbs in Pennsylvania, from a renovated textile mill in Philadelphia to an A-frame cabin in the Poconos

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Airbnb Pennsylvania is within easy driving distance of a large section of the East Coast and the Midwest. From cities like Philadelphia to outdoorsy areas like the Poconos, there's something for everyone. We found the best Airbnbs in Pennsylvania in popular areas across the state at a range of prices. Though vaccination rates continue to go up, travelers are still gravitating towards drivable destin...
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United States: Westlaw Interviews Noh On Conflict-Related To An Andy Warhol Work - Pryor Cashman LLP

Megan Noh, partner and co-chair Pryor Cashman's Art Law Group, was interviewed by Westlaw. View an excerpt from the interview below.
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‘Halston’ First Look: Ewan McGregor Stars as the Fashion Icon in Ryan Murphy’s Netflix Series, Coming This May

Halston: Fashion designer, LGBTQ icon, the subject of Ryan Murphy‘s latest Netflix series. And devastatingly handsome, if the first look images of Halston are anything to go by. But that’s just a byproduct of being played by Ewan McGregor, who stars in the Netflix limited series as fashion designer Roy Halston Frowick, an icon of the ’70s and ’80s fashion scene. See the Halston first look images below. Halston First Look Images Netflix released a slew of new photos from Halston, the limit...
Tags: Images, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Adele, Gay, Netflix, Andy Warhol, Lgbtq, Bill Pullman, Ryan Murphy, Ewan-McGregor, True Story, Alexander, Murphy, McGregor


30,000 People Line Up for the First McDonald’s in Moscow, While Grocery Store Shelves Run Empty (1990)

Everyone has waited in a long line — for burgers, Broadway tickets, Black Friday sales… But few us have the notorious queuing resilience of the Soviets. “When the first McDonald’s arrived in Moscow in 1990, the city went mad,” Boris Egorov writes at Russia Beyond. “Thousands of Muscovites flocked to the new burger joint, forming lines several kilometers long in the center of Moscow on Pushkinskaya Square.” On its first day, the restaurant obliterated the previous record for most McDonald...
Tags: Google, Washington Post, College, Russia, America, History, Budapest, Food & Drink, Broadway, Pizza Hut, Moscow, Andy Warhol, Mikhail Gorbachev, Cbc, Soviet Union, McDonald


Pompeii Red: The New Fragrance For Italian House Acampora Profumi

The Italian brand Acampora Profumi, led by Brunello Acampora, son of the founder, and his wife Sonia, has been around since the 1970s, when the fashionable and admired Bruno Acampora, a close friend to Andy Warhol (who famously depicted him in a series of Polaroid pictures) and Gianni Versace, ventured into the realm of perfume making. As recounted in a Fragrantica article from 2014, "He love... Read full article: Pompeii Red: The New Fragrance For Italian House Acampora Profumi from Fragrant...
Tags: Fashion, Andy Warhol, Polaroid, Pompeii, Sonia, Fragrantica Perfumes, Gianni Versace, Bruno Acampora, Acampora Profumi, Brunello Acampora


United States: The Second Circuit "Clarifies" (?) Transformativeness In Fair Use Cases Involving Visual Works: The Andy Warhol Foundation Vs. Goldsmith - Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)

Andy Warhol must be rolling over in his grave - a grave that is viewable 24-7 via this webcam. (Something, no doubt, that would have delighted the artist.)
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United States: The Second Circuit "Clarifies" (?) Transformativeness In Fair Use Cases Involving Visual Works: The Andy Warhol Foundation Vs. Goldsmith - Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz

Andy Warhol must be rolling over in his grave - a grave that is viewable 24-7 via this webcam. (Something, no doubt, that would have delighted the artist.)
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