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  • Why Did Andy Warhol Love Christmas?

    By December 19, 2017

    Who would guess that Andy Warhol, one of the most decadent artists of the 20th century, the owner of the controversial Factory leading a scandalous life, loved Christmas? Well, he did. A loooot. Warhol’s parents came from the...

  • Marilyn in Art: The Essence of a Goddess

    By August 23, 2017

    Marilyn Monroe: the most photographed woman in the world!  Glamour, cheesecake, publicity, nude, candid- she was captured on film and on fans’ cameras, by professionals, and by amateurs too who all were looking to find the essence of...

  • 7 Pop Art Masterpieces You Can See Outside US

    By June 23, 2017

    Well, Pop Art is mostly an US thing. It’s nothing bad, but it means that for the art lovers from other continents it’s way harder to find a Warhol or other Lichtenstein hanging on a local museum’s wall....

  • Roy Lichtenstein’s Art Quiz For Every Art Historian

    By June 10, 2017

    Pop art is popping up again! Yet this time, it won’t at all reveal the mechanisms of the modern society with its mass product, celebrities and media hegemony. This time I want to show you that Pop Art,...

  • Jackie Kennedy- Andy Warhol’s Modern Madonna

    By March 13, 2017

    The Oscars inspired me to watch the latest film about Jackie Kennedy directed by Pablo Larrain and starring Natalie Portman: While I was watching, my thoughts ran to one of the most famous, partly for its controversial nature,...

  • Charles Demuth And The Figure 5 (Painting Of The Week)

    By March 5, 2017

    The Great Figure By William Carlos Williams Among the rain and lights I saw the figure 5 in gold on a red firetruck moving tense unheeded to gong clangs siren howls and wheels rumbling through the dark city....

  • Watch Andy Warhol Screenprinting Marlon Brando

    By February 4, 2017

    Andy Warhol started to experiment with screenprinting in the 1960s. In 1950s, Warhol was a prize-winning commercial artist and he devised a printing process of blotting outline drawings in ink from one surface to another. While he was...

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