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Halloween-a-bramovic: Four Unspooky Costumes for the Lazy Art Appreciator   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Posted 10/30/14

Halloween, for me, is the true “most wonderful time of the year,” and so it came as no real surprise to be asked to outline a few costume suggestions for the readers of this website. While most of my own clothes can do double-service as both everyday wear and Hammer-Horror garb alike, I recognize not everyone reading is capable of making the same assertion. (I should note that when this article was first proposed to me by an Editor, it came with the suggestion that I dress my partner&mdas... [more]

Researchers Discover Dozens of Lost Warhol Artworks on Floppy Disks  
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4/24/14 Posted 4/24/14

Andy Warhol, Andy2, 1985, ©The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visuals Arts, Inc., courtesy of The Andy Warhol Museum Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and The Andy Warhol Museum announced today a landmark discovery: more than two dozen never-before-seen digital artworks by Andy Warhol. The works, featuring some of Warhol’s most iconic subjects – Marilyn Monroe, Campbell’s Soup, Botticelli’s Venus – were saved, or more accurately “trapped,”... [more]

Bidding Farewell to Poet and Artist Rene Ricard (1946-2014)  
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2/5/14 Posted 2/5/14

Rene Ricard for Vice Fashion in 2009, photo by Mirabelle Marden. Beloved poet, writer, artist, and art critic Rene Ricard passed away Sunday at the age of 67. Ricard was an incredibly influential force in the art movements coming out of New York City during the 70s, 80s, and 90s, counting Andy Warhol, Robert Hawkins, and Keith Haring among his colleagues and friends. A teenage runaway, Ricard fled his hometown of Acushnet, Massachusetts for Boston and later New York in the late 60s, immersi... [more]

Peeling Back the Campbell's Soup Label: The Warhol I Never Knew  
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10/10/13 Posted 10/10/13

By Reed V. Horth, for CBPMag.com and Robin Rile Fine Art “I have a fantasy about money: I’m walking down the street and I hear somebody say in a whisper ‘there goes the richest person in the world’” ~Andy Warhol The building is not at all what I expected. Perhaps I did not know precisely what to expect. One side of my brain expected a multi- colored eyesore that city commissions would have surely been bribed to accept. The other side of my brain had not actually formula... [more]

Social Media Contest, “POP Your Culture With The Warhol D.I.Y. Pop App” (21-31 Mar. 2013)  
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3/22/13 Posted 3/22/13

(Excerpt from 'Translation and Localization Agency Acclaro, Andy Warhol Museum to Host Social Media Contest' posted by Visual Arts News Desk on BWW Art World on Mar. 21, 2013. Found here http://m.bwwartworld.com/article/Translation-and-Localization-Agency-Acclaro-Andy-Warhol-Museum-to-Host-Social-Media-Contest-20130321#sthash.jYhYobH6.dpbs)   Acclaro is an international translation and localization agency that translates websites, marketing campaigns, documents, software and apps for businesses and organizations. New York-based translation and localization agency Acclaro announces "POP Your Culture With The W... [more]

Fountain Art Fair NYC offsets the unbalanced art market…  
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3/5/13 Posted 3/5/13

Fountain Art Fair NYC offsets the unbalanced art market… Klevickas@cWOW Gallery, photo by Colleen Deery* As the art market continues to heat up despite the international recession, record revenues continue to be predicted for 2013.  The scale is a bit unbalanced with leaders like Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso and Edvard Munch.  With the Fountain Art Fair just around the corner, March 8-10, I looked for the next leader.  I found Bernard  Klevickas.  A few words with recent Sculptors Guild inductee and  NYC... [more]

Andy Warhol's movie "FU*K" was there!  
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10/13/12 Posted 10/13/12

                  This is to be read after reading "Woody Harrelson is cool"! for continuity. It's around eleven in the morning and i'm starting to fade due to the jet lag and the overexcitement of the day already, so i excuse myself and tell them that I'll see them later on as i'm wiped out and it's just that i've hit the wall and NEED some rest! I'm shown to my room and it's got a bed that would be big enough for Shaq, a ceiling that's completely glass with an external cover for darkening t... [more]

POP Art and the Enduring Nature of HOPE  
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4/10/12 Posted 4/10/12

From: http://robinrile.com/blog By Reed V. Horth, for ROBIN RILE FINE ART POP Art was a movement which was borne out of the angst of the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. The world was changing before our eyes and POP was the anti-establishment and is eminently opposed to the “elitism” which permeated much of academic art in prior years. It was purposefully juxtaposed to what was conformist or fit neatly into the box of what “Art” is. Utilizing aspects of mass culture (i.e. advertisements, comic... [more]

Amerikana Diary  
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Sebastian Piras at Sebastian Piras / Hiromart Gallery Tokyo January 7th, 2012 - March 7th, 2012
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The Andy Monument on Union Square‎  
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4/1/11 Posted 4/1/11

(Excerpt from 'Shimmering Andy Warhol Statue Unveiled in Union Square' posted by Kathleen Horan on WNYC, Mar. 2011. Found on http://www.wnyc.org/blogs/wnyc-news-blog/2011/mar/30/statue-andy-warhol-will-shimmer-outside-his-former-factory-till-fall) The 10-foot tall sculpture of Andy Warhol by Rob Pruitt was unveiled on the northwest corner of Union Square. Move over Mahatma Gandhi, George Washington and Abe Lincoln — there’s a new statue in the Union Square area: artist and pop culture ic... [more]

Instant History of the Photo Booth Before Andy Warhol and After  
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10/12/10 Posted 10/12/10

The Photo Booth an Instant History Before Warhol and After Original Post HERE on Dull Tool Dim Bulb the Blog by Jim Linderman The first photo booth was installed on Broadway in 1925 or so, then after 30 years of waning popularity they were lugged to the dump, then Andy Warhol took some cool pictures with one in 1963, then they became the darling of hipster doofus types and now they are back bigger than ever. These predate the first photo booth. All that was missing was the bench, the curtain and the coin slot.More information at the Phot... [more]

The Art of Window Display Pop Artists Installations and Virginia Roehl  
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9/25/10 Posted 9/25/10

Virginia Roehl Photograph and the Art of Window Display The Display News Service Do these circus banners look at all odd to you? Could it be that they are painted on a bathroom wall, or at least seem to be? At any rate, the display is a miniature of some kind, look close and you can see a shower head.Virginia Roehl was a window display news service. Located on West 57th Street in the 1950s, upscale (and I mean way upscale) clients like Tiffany's , Bonwit Teller, Bergman's and such hired them to document their window installations. The photographers who worked at R... [more]


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