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Title: Andy Warhol


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Andy Warhol
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Andy Warhol
  • Images drawn from the world of Hollywood, films,
    T.V, glamour, mass media, and advertising
  • Bright colors, silk screen technique, and
    photography
  • Fashion designer and film maker
  • Considered and icon in the Pop Art movement of
    the late 70s and early 80s.

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Warhol, Andy, 192887, American artist and
filmmaker, b. Pittsburgh as Andrew Warhola. The
leading advocate of the pop art movement, Warhol
chose his imagery from the world of commonplace
objects such as money, soup cans, soft-drink
bottles, and politics. He was widely credited
with attempting to celebrate and at the same time
make fun of American middle-class values by
erasing the distinction between popular and high
culture. uniformity and repetition became the
hallmark of his multi-image, mass-produced
silk-screen paintings for many of these, such as
the portraits of Marilyn Monroe and Jacqueline
Kennedy, he used magazine and newspaper
photographs. He and his assistants worked out of
a large New York studio simply titled The
Factory.
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