Sight Seeing

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., June 1, 2016 — Many of pop artist Andy Warhol’s most iconic works – from his portrait series of Marilyn Monroe to …

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Just in time for the summer, artist collaboration FAILE installed their pop-art arcade show, Deluxx Fluxx, at The Surf Lodge in Montauk. Walls of …

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The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh has a wish list of pieces that it has always wanted for the collection. Warhol’s rare paint-by-number series …

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Venus Over Manhattan has opened an Andy Warhol show, just in time for Frieze. The exhibition of 18 paintings comes from a series from …

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No artist has had a more perpetual influence on current American pop-culture than Andy Warhol’s outlook on fame and the public’s fascination with creative …

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With almost three times as much exhibit space as before, SFMOMA is now an art cathedral where once it was merely a nice church. …

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Seminal poet and artist John Giorno became known for the effervescent, physical nature of his work in the early 1960s, shortly after meeting Andy …

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Michael Chow fits the contemporary designation “creative type”: artist, restaurateur, designer, entrepreneur, arts patron, actor, successful businessman. So it’s in character that for the …

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A new temporary exhibition called “Warhol Uncanned” will be on display at the Springfield Art Museum May 4 through August 28. During that time, …

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For years, workers at the San Francisco HQ of the clothing chain Gap walked past an enormous piece of fruit. At the entrance to …

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I Love Warhol

I Love Warhol