Jack Mitchell: Fotoporträt von Andy Warhol mit Dackel Archie (). Andy Warhol, dessen bürgerlicher Name Andrew Warhola kaum bekannt ist, war wohl der. Lange Zeit galt Andy Warhol als Vertreter einer oberflächlichen und konsumorientierten Pop Art-Kunst. Drei neue Bücher über den Maler und. Andy Warhol. The Original Silkscreens. Ausstellung in Kooperation mit der Stiftung „DASMAXIMUM KunstGegenwart“, Traunreut. Das Kunsthaus Apolda.
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Andy Warhold Quick Facts VideoAndy Warhol Eating a Hamburger‘Call Andy Warhol’: 26 December Photograph: c/o Sothebys. The four books from , which are not being sold, also illustrate the pair’s illustrious circle of friends in New York. Andy Warhol, original name Andrew Warhola, (born August 6, , Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.—died February 22, , New York, New York), American artist and filmmaker, an initiator and leading exponent of the Pop art movement of the s whose mass-produced art apotheosized the supposed banality of the commercial culture of the United States. John Warhola, Andy Warhol on the day before he started college, photographed by his brother John in the photo studio that he operated with their cousin John Preksta, September , The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; Founding Collection, Contribution The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. T Andy Warhol: Double Denied () is a minute movie by Ian Yentob about the difficulties authenticating Warhol's work. Andy Warhol's People Factory (), a three-part television documentary directed by Catherine Shorr, features interviews with several of Warhol's associates. Television. The Andy Warhol Museum Sandusky Street Pittsburgh, PA Located on the North Shore at Sandusky and East General Robinson Streets, The Warhol is across the Andy Warhol Bridge from downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Get directions. Andy Warhol war ein amerikanischer Künstler, Filmemacher und Verleger sowie Mitbegründer und bedeutendster Vertreter der amerikanischen Pop Art. Seine Karriere begann bereits in den er Jahren als Grafiker und Illustrator für Mode-, Hochglanz-. Andy Warhol [ˈændi ˈwɔːɹhɔl] (* 6. August in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; † Februar in Manhattan, New York City; eigentlich Andrew Warhola). Jahrhunderts mit seiner "Pop-Art" beeinflusst. Wie Andy Warhol lebte. Andrew Warhola wurde am 6. August in der Stadt Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania. Jack Mitchell: Fotoporträt von Andy Warhol mit Dackel Archie (). Andy Warhol, dessen bürgerlicher Name Andrew Warhola kaum bekannt ist, war wohl der.
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He also used Polaroid photographs as source materials for his iconic celebrity portraits and many still lifes throughout the s and s. Andy Warhol, Vote McGovern , The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; Founding Collection, Contribution The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.
By , increasing his painting production, Warhol moved his office to a larger space on the 3rd floor of Broadway on Union Square. The s saw a prolific number of paintings, often including controversial or charged imagery, including Vote McGovern , Ladies and Gentlemen , Skulls , Hammer and Sickle , and Oxidation Paintings , which were created by Warhol friends and studio assistants urinating onto a canvas primed with a metallic paint.
Warhol started his largest serial work in , the Time Capsules. He filled, sealed, and sent to storage standard-sized cardboard boxes, 20 filing cabinets two Time Capsules per cabinet , and a large steamer trunk.
Each Time Capsule is filled with ephemera—letters, photographs, publications, recordings, clothing, food, medicine, toys, antiques, ticket stubs, artworks, and more—dating from the s to his death in Warhol was infatuated with Hollywood celebrity and fame since childhood.
He wrote to movie stars for headshots and fan photos, assembling scrapbooks between and In the s, The Factory became a hangout for artists, musicians, and writers, including Lou Reed, Bob Dylan, Truman Capote, and many more.
In the s, Warhol was a regular at the New York disco Studio 54, and he received hundreds of portrait commissions from wealthy socialites, musicians, and film stars.
He remained in the spotlight in the s with his television work and high-fashion modeling. Andy Warhol, Time Capsule , ; Bulk: The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; Founding Collection, Contribution The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.
He collected everything from watches to cookie jars, and his largest serial work, Time Capsules , encapsulated items from his daily life from the s to his death.
He documented the world around him not only through his paintings and films, but also through his tape recorder and Polaroid photography, capturing his encounters, both mundane and magnificent.
Andy Warhol, Kenny Scharf, Madonna, Juan Dubose and Keith Haring , ca. Throughout his career, Warhol frequently collaborated with artists, and in he worked with young artists Jean-Michel Basquiat, Francesco Clemente, and Keith Haring.
Warhol also returned to hand painting with a brush in the s, something he had set aside in the s in favor of the silkscreen.
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He also made television appearances on The Love Boat and Saturday Night Live , appeared in both print and television commercials, produced music videos, and modeled in fashion shows.
Continuing his artistic experimentation, Warhol made a series of digital artworks in using an Amiga During the latter part of his career, Warhol again experimented with abstraction.
His Rorschachs and Camouflages had no identifiable subject, a notable departure from his earlier works, though they were still immediately recognizable images.
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Nine months before his death, Warhol created a series of iconic monumental self-portraits featuring his gaunt face, fixed gaze, and a spiky wig, some of the canvases measuring nine feet square.
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Warhol is buried next to his mother and father at St. John the Baptist Byzantine Catholic Cemetery in Bethel Park, a suburb south of Pittsburgh.
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John Chrysostom Byzantine Catholic Church. Later in life in New York City, Warhol regularly attended St. Vincent Ferrer to pray and to attend mass.
As a child, Warhol would have seen the richly painted iconostasis during mass and learned about this wall of icons and their role in worship in Eastern Catholic churches.
Warhol has been the subject of numerous retrospective exhibitions, books, and feature and documentary films. The Andy Warhol Museum in his native city of Pittsburgh, which holds an extensive permanent collection of art and archives, is the largest museum in the United States dedicated to a single artist.
Many of his creations are very collectible and highly valuable. A article in The Economist described Warhol as the "bellwether of the art market".
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Warhol's film Vinyl is an adaptation of Anthony Burgess ' popular dystopian novel A Clockwork Orange. Others record improvised encounters between Factory regulars such as Brigid Berlin , Viva , Edie Sedgwick , Candy Darling , Holly Woodlawn , Ondine , Nico , and Jackie Curtis.
Legendary underground artist Jack Smith appears in the film Camp. His most popular and critically successful film was Chelsea Girls The film was highly innovative in that it consisted of two 16 mm -films being projected simultaneously, with two different stories being shown in tandem.
From the projection booth, the sound would be raised for one film to elucidate that "story" while it was lowered for the other. The multiplication of images evoked Warhol's seminal silk-screen works of the early s.
Warhol was a fan of filmmaker Radley Metzger 's film work  and commented that Metzger's film, The Lickerish Quartet , was "an outrageously kinky masterpiece".
In the wake of the shooting, a reclusive Warhol relinquished his personal involvement in filmmaking. His acolyte and assistant director, Paul Morrissey , took over the film-making chores for the Factory collective, steering Warhol-branded cinema towards more mainstream, narrative-based, B-movie exploitation fare with Flesh , Trash , and Heat.
All of these films, including the later Andy Warhol's Dracula and Andy Warhol's Frankenstein , were far more mainstream than anything Warhol as a director had attempted.
These latter "Warhol" films starred Joe Dallesandro —more of a Morrissey star than a true Warhol superstar. In the early s, most of the films directed by Warhol were pulled out of circulation by Warhol and the people around him who ran his business.
After Warhol's death, the films were slowly restored by the Whitney Museum and are occasionally projected at museums and film festivals.
Few of the Warhol-directed films are available on video or DVD. In the mids, Warhol adopted the band the Velvet Underground , making them a crucial element of the Exploding Plastic Inevitable multimedia performance art show.
Warhol, with Paul Morrissey , acted as the band's manager, introducing them to Nico who would perform with the band at Warhol's request.
While managing The Velvet Underground , Andy would have them dressed in all black to perform in front of movies that he was also presenting. His actual participation in the album's production amounted to simply paying for the studio time.
After the band's first album, Warhol and band leader Lou Reed started to disagree more about the direction the band should take, and their artistic friendship ended.
Warhol designed many album covers for various artists starting with the photographic cover of John Wallowitch 's debut album, This Is John Wallowitch!!!
He designed the cover art for The Rolling Stones ' albums Sticky Fingers and Love You Live , and the John Cale albums The Academy in Peril and Honi Soit in One of Warhol's last works was a portrait of Aretha Franklin for the cover of her gold album Aretha , which was done in the style of the Reigning Queens series he had completed the year before.
Bowie recorded a song called " Andy Warhol " for his album Hunky Dory. Lou Reed wrote the song "Andy's Chest", about Valerie Solanas , the woman who shot Warhol, in He recorded it with the Velvet Underground, and this version was released on the VU album in Bowie would later play Warhol in the movie, Basquiat.
Bowie recalled how meeting Warhol in real life helped him in the role, and recounted his early meetings with him:.
I met him a couple of times, but we seldom shared more than platitudes. The first time we saw each other an awkward silence fell till he remarked my bright yellow shoes and started talking enthusiastically.
He wanted to be very superficial. And seemingly emotionless, indifferent, just like a dead fish.
Lou Reed described him most profoundly when he once told me they should bring a doll of Andy on the market: a doll that you wind up and doesn't do anything.
But I managed to observe him well, and that was a helping hand for the film [ Basquiat Even the pockets weren't emptied: they contained pancake, white, deadly pale fond de teint which Andy always smeared on his face, a check torn in pieces, someone's address, lots of homeopathic pills and a wig.
Andy always wore those silver wigs, but he never admitted it were wigs. One of his hairdressers has told me lately that he had his wigs regularly cut, like it were real hair.
When the wig was trimmed, he put on another next month as if his hair had grown. The band Triumph also wrote a song about Andy Warhol, "Stranger In A Strange Land" off their album Thunder Seven.
The first of several bound self-published books by Warhol was 25 Cats Name Sam and One Blue Pussy , printed in by Seymour Berlin on Arches brand watermarked paper using his blotted line technique for the lithographs.
The original edition was limited to numbered, hand colored copies, using Dr. Martin's ink washes. Most of these were given by Warhol as gifts to clients and friends.
Copy No. Warhol's book A La Recherche du Shoe Perdu marked his "transition from commercial to gallery artist". Warhol created the fashion magazine Interview that is still published today.
The loopy title script on the cover is thought to be either his own handwriting or that of his mother, Julia Warhola, who would often do text work for his early commercial pieces.
Although Andy Warhol is most known for his paintings and films, he authored works in many different media.
He founded the gossip magazine Interview , a stage for celebrities he "endorsed" and a business staffed by his friends. He collaborated with others on all of his books some of which were written with Pat Hackett.
He adopted the young painter Jean-Michel Basquiat , and the band The Velvet Underground , presenting them to the public as his latest interest, and collaborating with them.
One might even say that he produced people as in the Warholian "Superstar" and the Warholian portrait. He endorsed products, appeared in commercials, and made frequent celebrity guest appearances on television shows and in films he appeared in everything from Love Boat  to Saturday Night Live  and the Richard Pryor movie Dynamite Chicken .
In this respect Warhol was a fan of "Art Business" and "Business Art"—he, in fact, wrote about his interest in thinking about art as business in The Philosophy of Andy Warhol from A to B and Back Again.
Warhol was homosexual. Biographer Bob Colacello , who was present at the interview, felt it was probably true and that what little sex he had was probably "a mixture of voyeurism and masturbation —to use [Andy's] word abstract ".
What seduced me was the Andy Warhol who I saw alone. In fact when I was with him in public he kind of got on my nerves I'd say: 'You're just obnoxious, I can't bear you.
It permeated everything. Andy exuded it, along with his great artistic creativity It brought a joy to the whole art world in New York.
His boyfriend of 12 years was Jed Johnson , whom he met in , and who later achieved fame as an interior designer.
The fact that Warhol's homosexuality influenced his work and shaped his relationship to the art world is a major subject of scholarship on the artist and is an issue that Warhol himself addressed in interviews, in conversation with his contemporaries, and in his publications e.
Throughout his career, Warhol produced erotic photography and drawings of male nudes. Many of his most famous works portraits of Liza Minnelli , Judy Garland , and Elizabeth Taylor , and films such as Blow Job , My Hustler and Lonesome Cowboys draw from gay underground culture or openly explore the complexity of sexuality and desire.
As has been addressed by a range of scholars, many of his films premiered in gay porn theaters, including the New Andy Warhol Garrick Theatre and 55th Street Playhouse, in the late s.
The first works that Warhol submitted to a fine art gallery, homoerotic drawings of male nudes, were rejected for being too openly gay.
De Antonio explained that Warhol was "too swish and that upsets them. It was all too true. So I decided I just wasn't going to care, because those were all the things that I didn't want to change anyway, that I didn't think I 'should' want to change Other people could change their attitudes but not me".
Some have suggested that his frequent refusal to comment on his work, to speak about himself confining himself in interviews to responses like "Um, no" and "Um, yes", and often allowing others to speak for him —and even the evolution of his pop style—can be traced to the years when Warhol was first dismissed by the inner circles of the New York art world.
Warhol was a practicing Ruthenian Catholic. He regularly volunteered at homeless shelters in New York City, particularly during the busier times of the year, and described himself as a religious person.
In addition, a body of religious-themed works was found posthumously in his estate. During his life, Warhol regularly attended Liturgy , and the priest at Warhol's church, Saint Vincent Ferrer , said that the artist went there almost daily,  although he was not observed taking Communion or going to Confession and sat or knelt in the pews at the back.
His art is noticeably influenced by the Eastern Christian tradition which was so evident in his places of worship.
Warhol's brother has described the artist as "really religious, but he didn't want people to know about that because [it was] private".
Despite the private nature of his faith, in Warhol's eulogy John Richardson depicted it as devout: "To my certain knowledge, he was responsible for at least one conversion.
He took considerable pride in financing his nephew's studies for the priesthood". Warhol was an avid collector. His friends referred to his numerous collections, which filled not only his four-story townhouse , but also a nearby storage unit, as "Andy's Stuff.
Warhol's collections included a Coca-Cola memorabilia sign, and 19th century paintings  along with airplane menus, unpaid invoices, pizza dough, pornographic pulp novels, newspapers, stamps, supermarket flyers, and cookie jars, among other eccentricities.
It also included significant works of art, such as George Bellows 's Miss Bentham. Warhol owned more than 40 and felt very protective of his hairpieces, which were sewn by a New York wig-maker from hair imported from Italy.
In a girl snatched Warhol's wig off his head. It was later discovered in Warhol's diary entry for that day that he wrote: "I don't know what held me back from pushing her over the balcony.
In , he had bought a drawing of a light bulb by Jasper Johns. Another item found in Warhol's boxes at the museum in Pittsburgh was a mummified human foot from Ancient Egypt.
The curator of anthropology at Carnegie Museum of Natural History felt that Warhol most likely found it at a flea market.
The Souper Dress , , screen-printed paper dress based on Warhol's Campbell's Soup Cans. Among Warhol's early collectors and influential supporters were Emily and Burton Tremaine.
Among the over 15 artworks purchased,  Marilyn Diptych now at Tate Modern, London  and A boy for Meg now at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC ,  were purchased directly out of Warhol's studio in One Christmas, Warhol left a small Head of Marilyn Monroe by the Tremaine's door at their New York apartment in gratitude for their support and encouragement.
Warhol's will dictated that his entire estate—with the exception of a few modest legacies to family members—would go to create a foundation dedicated to the "advancement of the visual arts".
In , in accordance with Warhol's will, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts began. The foundation serves as the estate of Andy Warhol, but also has a mission "to foster innovative artistic expression and the creative process" and is "focused primarily on supporting work of a challenging and often experimental nature.
The Artists Rights Society is the U. All digital images of Warhol are exclusively managed by Corbis , while all transparency images of Warhol are managed by Art Resource.
The Andy Warhol Foundation released its 20th Anniversary Annual Report as a three-volume set in Vol. I, —; Vol. III, Legacy Program. Many of Warhol's works and possessions are on display at The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh.
The foundation donated more than 3, works of art to the museum. Warhol appeared as himself in the film Cocaine Cowboys  and in the film Tootsie After his death, Warhol was portrayed by Crispin Glover in Oliver Stone 's film The Doors , by David Bowie in Julian Schnabel 's film Basquiat , and by Jared Harris in Mary Harron 's film I Shot Andy Warhol Warhol appears as a character in Michael Daugherty 's opera Jackie O Actor Mark Bringleson makes a brief cameo as Warhol in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery Many films by avant-garde cineast Jonas Mekas have caught the moments of Warhol's life.
Sean Gregory Sullivan depicted Warhol in the film 54 Guy Pearce portrayed Warhol in the film Factory Girl about Edie Sedgwick 's life.
In the movie Highway to Hell a group of Andy Warhols are part of the Good Intentions Paving Company where good-intentioned souls are ground into pavement.
Warhol is throwing a party at The Factory in , where he is looked up by MIB Agents K and J J from the future. Agent W is desperate to end his undercover job "I'm so out of ideas I'm painting soup cans and bananas, for Christ sakes!
I can't listen to sitar music anymore. Andy Warhol portrayed by Tom Meeten is one of main characters of the British television show Noel Fielding's Luxury Comedy.
The character is portrayed as having robot-like mannerisms. In the feature The Billionaire Boys Club Cary Elwes portrays Warhol in a film based on the true story about Ron Levin portrayed by Kevin Spacey a friend of Warhol's who was murdered in Warhol appeared as a recurring character in TV series Vinyl , played by John Cameron Mitchell.
The episode depicts the attempted assassination of Warhol by Valerie Solanas Lena Dunham. In early , Andy Warhol was commissioned by Braniff International to appear in two television commercials to promote the luxury airline's "When You Got It — Flaunt It" campaign.
The campaign was created by the advertising agency Lois Holland Calloway, which was led by George Lois , creator of a famed series of Esquire Magazine covers.
The first commercial series involved pairing unlikely people who shared the fact that they both flew Braniff Airways. Warhol was paired with boxing legend Sonny Liston.
Two additional commercials for Braniff were created that featured famous persons entering a Braniff jet and being greeted by a Braniff hostess while espousing their like for flying Braniff.
Warhol was also featured in the first of these commercials that were also produced by Lois and were released in the summer of Lois has incorrectly stated that he was commissioned by Braniff in for representation during that year, but at that time Madison Avenue advertising doyenne Mary Wells Lawrence , who was married to Braniff's chairman and president Harding Lawrence , was representing the Dallas-based carrier at that time.
Lois succeeded Wells Rich Greene Agency on December 1, The rights to Warhol's films for Braniff and his signed contracts are owned by a private trust and are administered by Braniff Airways Foundation in Dallas, Texas.
A biography of Andy Warhol written by art critic Blake Gopnik was published in under the title Warhol. In , the U. Postal Service issued an cent stamp commemorating Warhol.
Designed by Richard Sheaff of Scottsdale, Arizona , the stamp was unveiled at a ceremony at The Andy Warhol Museum and features Warhol's painting "Self-Portrait, ".
A crater on Mercury was named after Warhol in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American artist. For other uses, see Warhol disambiguation and Andy Warhol disambiguation.
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