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Blog Theme: Trumpism – Interview with Greg Thornbury

A feature of the evangelical world since Trump was nominated and elected has been the inability of many of Trump’s evangelical supporters to see Trump’s flaws. John Fea (who will be one of my guests in a future interview) coined the term “court evangelical” to describe these evangelical leaders. Robert Jeffress, Franklin Graham, Jerry Falwell are often named among these court evangelicals. Another evangelical figure which has puzzled many observers due to the strength of his dedication to Trump ...
Tags: Health, New York City, Andy Warhol, Donald Trump, Infertility, Trumpism, Trump, Tribeca, Greg, David Barton, Barton, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, New York Academy of Art, Bonhoeffer, Larry Norman, Flannery O Connor


A new art exhibition exploring the greed of private space travel is inspired by Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos

Contemporary artist Lincoln Townley is famous for his distinctive portraits of Hollywood royalty. Townley has just launched his new collection, Universe, which will exhibit in London's Saatchi Gallery in September. The galactic-themed collection is inspired by the age of private space travel, which Townley says is motivated by "greed, self-publicity, [and] a desire to do things that other people cannot do." Townley says that prominent tech figures collect his work in the US, and some collector...
Tags: Amazon, Elon Musk, UK, Hollywood, London, US, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Tesla, Earth, Andy Warhol, Richard Branson, Michael Caine, Mars, Jeff Bezos


LEGO Art announces new posters: Warhol, Beatles, Iron Man, and Star Wars sets

LEGO is jumping on the mosaic art craze with the LEGO Art poster series, out this fall. Sets will include Andy Warhol portraits of Marilyn Monroe, The Beatles, Iron Man, and a Star Wars series of Sith Lords. The sets also come with collector's style booklets, and some include music options for listening while assembling. Via Brothers Brick: LEGO hopes that LEGO Art will be “a new canvas for creative expression” that allows adults to relax and give them a chance to create and display art base...
Tags: Star Wars, Video, News, The Beatles, Lego, Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Posters, Technic


Riverdale Spinoff Katy Keene Cancelled at The CW

Riverdale Spinoff Katy Keene Cancelled at The CW The CW has officially decided not to give Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa’s Riverdale spinoff series Katy Keene a second season renewal. The cancellation news comes after the Lucy Hale-fronted series had ended its 13-episode season run in May. However, the series might still get a second chance as Deadline brings word that Warner Bros. Television is already looking for a new home with HBO Max being the most likely option given its streaming deal with t...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Instagram, New York City, Broadway, TV News, The Cw, Andy Warhol, Cw, Alexander, Alexandra, Katy, Gloria, Lacy, Jorge


Cool Stuff: New LEGO Art Sets Let You Build Pop Culture Portraits of Darth Vader, Iron Man & More

It can be hard to find enough shelf space for all the LEGO sets inspired by our favorite movies and TV shows. Thankfully, the building brick company has launched the new LEGO Art sets, which allow builders to create pop culture portraits with a  mosaic art style, thanks to thousands of tiny LEGO studs. The first wave of LEGO Art sets have been revealed, and they include portraits of characters like Darth Vader, Darth Maul and Kylo Ren from Star Wars, as well as various versions of Iron Man. For...
Tags: Art, Toys, Movies, John Lennon, US, The Beatles, Lego, Iron-Man, Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Lucasfilm, Marvel Studios, Ringo Starr, Cool Stuff, Kylo Ren


Andy Warhol’s Secrets for Surviving Isolation

The famously social artist was a secret homebody. His self-help book gave me permission to actually have fun at home.
Tags: Art, News, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Andy, Books and Literature, Computers and the Internet, Quarantines, Interview (Magazine


Reconsidering The Art And Life Of Valerie Solanas

Solanas is most famous for having shot Andy Warhol, of course, but she had an artistic life long before that moment. In the beginning, the writer and Warhol Factory superstar Ultra Violet wrote, “beyond her overheated rhetoric, she had a truly revolutionary vision of a better world run by and for the benefit of women.” – The New York Times
Tags: Art, People, Andy Warhol, Warhol Factory, Valerie Solanas, Solanas, Ultra Violet, 06.26.20


Overlooked No More: Valerie Solanas, Radical Feminist Who Shot Andy Warhol

She made daring arguments in “SCUM Manifesto,” her case for a world without men. But her legacy as a writer and thinker was overshadowed by one violent act.
Tags: News, New York City, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Andy, Murders, Valerie, Books and Literature, Women and Girls, Attempted Murders and Homicides, Writing and Writers, Mental Health and Disorders, Valerie Solanas, Solanas, Biographical Information, SCUM Manifesto (Book


Put a cultural spin on game night

We are all curious beings at heart, and play is one of the best ways to learn. That is why we are introducing a few new ways for you to learn more about culture in fun and engaging ways. We are now adding a way to record videos with Art Projector, a tool that uses augmented reality to bring famous artworks to wherever you are. Tap the Camera icon to start recording your thoughts about these paintings, available now in the Google Arts & Culture Android app and coming soon on iOS.While an Art Proj...
Tags: Google, Michelle Obama, Andy Warhol, Van Gogh, Arts And Culture, Amy Sherald, Gaugin, Michelle Luo, Art Projector, Johannes Vermer


Hospitality Financial Leadership – Everyone Is Famous for 15 Seconds | By David Lund

This pop-culture expression was coined by Andy Warhol and a friend Nat Finkelstein in 1968. I'm taking some liberties here but in 1968 it was 15 minutes of fame and in today's world - who's got 15 whole minutes anymore - it's 15 seconds!
Tags: Travel, Andy Warhol, David Lund, Nat Finkelstein


Art Dealer/Fugitive Angela Gulbenkian Arrested For Theft Of Andy Warhol Print And Yayoi Kusama Pumpkin

“Angela Gulbenkian, who married into one of Europe’s most prominent art families and allegedly leveraged their name to conduct fraudulent art deals, has been arrested in Portugal. The jet-setting art heiress is facing two charges of theft in the UK, including one in connection with the £1.1 million ($1.4 million) sale of a Yayoi Kusama pumpkin sculpture in 2017.” – Artnet
Tags: Art, Europe, UK, Portugal, Andy Warhol, Visual, Yayoi Kusama, Angela Gulbenkian, 06.18.20


First International Trailer for R. W. Fassbinder Biopic 'Enfant Terrible'

"Everything is film. Everything." Screen Daily has debuted the first official trailer for Enfant Terrible, a brand new German biopic film about the iconic/infamous German New Wave filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder (whose birthday was just a few days ago). Filmed in Cologne and Munich over the summer of 2019, the film was supposed to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, but after the pandemic changed the plans, the distributor reset the film for release in cinemas in Germany this October. O...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Germany, US, Cologne, Munich, Oscar, Andy Warhol, Indies, Jack Palance, To Watch, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Fassbinder, Oliver Masucci, Alexander Scheer, Katja Riemann Erdal Yildiz


The History of the Batmobile: A Free Documentary

In 2012, Roko Belic directed an hour-long documentary on The Batmobile. Originally released on The Dark Knight Rises (2012) blu-ray, the film explores the history and evolution of the Batmobile in comic books, TV and movies. And it features "notable Batman movie directors including Chris Nolan, Joel Schumacher and Tim Burton, as well as actors Christian Bale from The Dark Knight and Adam West from the 1960s Batman series." Warner Bros. Entertainment has made the film available on YouTube...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Film, College, Tim Burton, Andy Warhol, Christian Bale, Batman, Facebook Twitter, Adam West, Warner Bros Entertainment, Roko Belic, Chris Nolan Joel Schumacher


Flying in Style

Here's a neat little retrospective on what air travel was like on the Concorde.My favorite factoid in there was the part about Andy Warhol boosting the Raymond Loewy-designed flatware whenever he had the chance, to the point of asking a seatmate if she was going to take hers and, when answered in the negative, scooping it up for himself.I was kinda hoping someone would offer replicas on Amazon, but no dice. The real deal is crazy expensive on eBay, as one might imagine. . [Author: Tam]
Tags: Amazon, Guns, Ebay, Planes, History, Andy Warhol, Tam, Raymond Loewy, Teh Intarw3bz


Charity auction of Andy Warhol's Polaroid photos and snapshots to benefit artists

“You need to let the little things that would ordinarily bore you suddenly thrill you," Andy Warhol said. A collection of Warhol's Polaroid photos and snapshots are up for auction at Christie's to benefit the Andy Warhol Foundation’s emergency relief fund for artists. The body of work is title "Better Days."
Tags: Art, Post, Photography, News, Auctions, Artists, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Photographs, Polaroid, Christie, Andy Warhol Foundation


Need zing in your Zoom? Let Warhol and the avant-garde vamp up your video conferences

It’s hard to make much of a mark in the strange, static world of video-conferencing. But we could all learn a trick or two from famous arthouse film-makers, from Jim Jarmusch to Andy WarholOf all the many weirdnesses of the age of lockdown, video-conferencing must be one of the weirdest. This is the first time many of us have used Zoom, FaceTime, Google Hangouts and Houseparty. And, invaluable as they are, few would disagree that they are a strange way to communicate. From the stilted family gro...
Tags: Technology, Film, Culture, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Jim Jarmusch, Zoom, Kevin Smith, Abbas Kiarostami, Yasujiro Ozu, Joanna Hogg, Chantal Akerman, FaceTime Google, Andy WarholOf


Take a Virtual Tour of the Andy Warhol Exhibition at the Tate Modern

Not only did Andy Warhol miss out on the internet, but the internet missed out on Andy Warhol. Surely, these days he would be prolifically posting to his Instagram and YouTube from home, indulging multiple celebrity and pop culture obsessions. Warhol’s Polaroid aesthetic and pioneering of the self-as-brand helped create 21st century online culture. Maybe he was the original “influencer,” though Warhol was more of an instigator. But he’s become too familiar for us to appreciate his unique...
Tags: Google, Art, College, America, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Tate Modern, Lou Reed, Polaroid, Stanford University, Cornell University, Facebook Twitter, Muir, Architectural Digest, Tate, Knight


Why Warhol painted soup cans

In 1962, Andy Warhol exhibited his famous Campbell's Soup Cans paintings for the first time and cemented his place as a Pop Art powerhouse. Previously, Warhol had bridged his commercial and fine art efforts with paintings based on comic strips and advertisements, but he (rightly) felt that style had already been done by Lichtenstein and others. So why soup cans? Smithsonian has the story in an excerpt from Blake Gopnik's new book Warhol. From Smithsonian: Warhol’s final breakthrough ...
Tags: Art, Post, New York, News, Painting, Artists, Smithsonian, Andy Warhol, Soup, Warhol, Paintings, Campbell, Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol Campbell, Oldenburg, Pop Art


Video tour of the Andy Warhol retrospective at the Tate Modern

The Tate Modern has installed a massive Andy Warhol retrospective exhibition. Unfortunately nobody is allowed in to see it. In this video, Tate curators Gregor Muir and Fiontán Moran take us through the exhibit and "discuss Warhol through the lens of the immigrant story, his LGBTQI identity and concerns with death and religion."
Tags: Art, Video, News, Museums, Artists, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Tate Modern, Gregor Muir, Fiontán Moran


The best LGBTQ online entertainment

Before social distancing became the new normal, April was chock-full of major LGBTQ events, and while the coronavirus has caused massive cancellations (RIP Black Party 2020!), queer community leaders aren’t letting COVID-19 get in the way of their spring flings. LGBTQ outlets around the world have created virtual community centers, concert halls, and dance clubs to combat the isolation caused by the pandemic, and the options for connecting seem endless. The only problem? With a wealth of no...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Hbo, Instagram, Toronto, Harvard, United States, Dolly Parton, Manhattan, Andy Warhol, World Health Organization, Lady Gaga, Bob, Solidarity, All, Moma


STUDIO 54 – THE FIRST FIVE MINUTES

STUDIO 54 – THE FIRST FIVE MINUTES Studio 54 was a rare moment in time. Words don’t do it justice. In the photo: Bethann, Halston, Bianca, Liza, Andy, Putassa. CHAPTER 5 STUDIO 54 – THE FIRST FIVE MINUTES It was “the only” time, and for sure, the best years of my life. Though it’s still not clear when or how, but at some point, I began running with the Beautiful People (BPs). I knew this to be true because only the most beautiful and interesting people sashayed passed the velvet ropes of Stud...
Tags: Washington, Nazis, New York City, America, Last Five Minutes of Fame, David, New Jersey, Social Security, Sheffield, Andy Warhol, Newark, Vietnam, Upper West Side, Levi, Stephen, Liz Taylor


Last Five Minutes of Fame

Last Five Minutes of Fame LAST FIVE MINUTES OF FAME Abe Gurko It was 1973; I was short, fat, and four-eyed with no immediate hopes of having a life worth living. By this point in my teens—-bittersweet sixteen to be exact—-the only thing I aspired to be was someone else. Preferably someone famous. By no means was I a candidate for becoming a jet setter, and no foreseeable signs of hobnobbing with the lanky Mick Jagger, the groovy Penelope Tree or the beautiful, haunted Marianne Faithfull. Nope...
Tags: Hollywood, Kim Kardashian, Montana, France, New York City, Breaking Newzzz, Last Five Minutes of Fame, Brooklyn, New Jersey, Clint Eastwood, Mick Jagger, Manhattan, Andy Warhol, Newark, Missy Elliot, Dustin Hoffman


What to Watch: An erotic gay thriller, a choreographer revived, and Hollywood’s new gay leading man

Whatever your entertainment needs, we got your back (and hopefully your mind) with Queerty’s weekly “Culture Club” column with some of the highlights of new releases, streaming shows, classics worth revisiting, and what to drink while you watch. The Screamer: M.O.M. – Mothers of Monsters Out-gay actor Bailey Edwards (son of ER’s Anthony Edwards) plays his first leading role in this new horror film. M.O.M. pairs Edwards with Melinda Page Hamilton (of Desperate Housewives) as mother Abbey an...
Tags: Amazon, Feature, Hollywood, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Radiohead, Andy Warhol, Holland, Brian Eno, Hamilton, Jasper Johns, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Corey, Edwards, Haley


LA Man Pleads Guilty to Selling Forged Basquiat, Warhol Works

An LA man will plead guilty to art fraud for attempts to sell $6m in forged paintings attributed to artists like Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Philip Bennet Righter would buy fake works on eBay then forge certificates of attribution, ultimately selling the works at a substantial markup. Read more at The Guardian  
Tags: Art, News, Ebay, La, Andy Warhol, Art News, Minipost, Jean Michel Basquiat Philip Bennet Righter, LA Man Pleads Guilty


Warhol Fright Wigs to Show in Tate Modern Retrospective

The soon to open Tate Modern Andy Warhol show will feature a selection of the artist’s rarely seen, custom fright wigs. “They are incredible objects, which he would have had a say in, in terms of their design … the way they are dark at the back and blonde at the front,” says co-curator Gregor Muir. […]
Tags: Art, News, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Art News, Minipost, Gregor Muir


US man pleads guilty to duping art buyers with fake Basquiats and Warhols

Philip Bennet Righter admits to acquiring fake pieces, forging certificates of authenticity, and trying to sell them for millionsA Los Angeles man has agreed to plead guilty to federal charges of art fraud after trying to sell $6m worth of forged paintings by the likes of Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat.Philip Bennet Righter, 43, sold paintings he claimed were produced by such modern-art household names as Warhol, Keith Haring and Roy Lichtenstein, federal prosecutors said on Tuesday. Conti...
Tags: Art, California, US, Los Angeles, US news, Andy Warhol, US crime, Keith Haring, Roy Lichtenstein, Philip Bennet Righter, Jean Michel Basquiat Philip Bennet Righter


Famous for 15 minutes! My week living as Andy Warhol

As an artist and a celebrity, Warhol changed the world. But what really went on behind those shades? Ahead of Tate’s epic show, our writer unleashes his inner AndyI am in agony. I’m sitting at home wearing a Breton top and a pair of shades, my hair freshly bleached, my belly swollen and sore. Perhaps that’s because I have just eaten five tins of Campbell’s condensed cream of mushroom soup. Why would anyone do that? Well, I’m trying to live like Andy Warhol, the pop artist who died in the 1980s b...
Tags: Art, Celebrity, Painting, Culture, Art and design, Paris, Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol, Exhibitions, Tate Modern, Campbell, Tate, Breton, New York Warhol


US briefing: Buttigieg bows out, coronavirus and Israel's election

Monday’s top story: former South Bend mayor calls time on come-from-nowhere presidential campaign. Plus, how Andy Warhol changed fashionGood morning, I’m Tim Walker with today’s essential stories. Continue reading...
Tags: Israel, US, Andy Warhol, Tim Walker, Buttigieg


'Hip, rebellious, even a bit sinister': how Andy Warhol made pop art fashion

As the Tate Modern prepares to open its new exhibition, a menswear expert – and Warhol superfan – explains why the artist continues to impact on personal style• Read more from the spring/summer 2020 edition of The Fashion, our biannual style supplement“Artists aren’t supposed to dress up and I’ll never look right anyway,” Andy Warhol utters in Bob Colacello’s fantastic biographical Holy Terror book. It’s ironic, given that when anyone talks about men having a sartorial uniform, I always think of...
Tags: Fashion, White House, Life and style, Culture, Art and design, Andy Warhol, Exhibitions, Warhol, Tate Modern, Levi, Bob Colacello


Social Adhesion: New Museum Dedicated to the History of Stickers

For most of human history, art was created one piece at a time. When it moved from cave walls to portable canvases, that must have blown minds. Ditto for when we gained the ability to reproduce art, cranking out millions of copies. But an often overlooked innovation that really got art, or minor art at least, into our lives was simply to add an adhesive backing.To several generations' worth of youth, stickers were the fastest way to prettify something, vandalize something or establish some attem...
Tags: UK, Design, Toronto, Dave, Andy Warhol, Shepard Fairey, Custom, Visual Communication, Matthew Hoffman, Queen Street West, Holly Combs, Rodger Beck, History of Stickers Museum