1. Alle Posts mit dem Tag "andy warhol"

  2. Andy Warhol vs Jean-Michel Basquiat 

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  3. In need of a few laughs? We’ve rounded up some of the best art world selfies 

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  4. The Life & Times of Basquiat

    When Annina Nosei and Larry Gagosian shared a Loft together, Mary Boone showed Julian Schnabel’s first Solo Show in spacious open-plan factory floors – SoHo, the now hip neighborhood was quiet a different place back then and is the beginning of the story of Jean-Michel Basquiat.

    By Hendrik Hansson @hendrikhansson

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    SoHo in the late 1970’s was very different to the hip neighborhood that it has turned into over the last 35 years. In those days it was a grimy, unfashionable, even dangerous industrial district, populated by carpenters, textile outlets, auto-repair shops and the blue-collar laborers that worked in the area’s assorted businesses. In the winter it was freezing cold and the ice and snow often remained unswept on the streets for weeks, summers were steaming and humid. Residential conveniences barely existed, apart from the odd deli or dive bars which were frequented by drug dealers and prostitutes. 

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  5. Chicken or Beef? 

    Andy Warhol’s iconic Campbell’s Soup Cans 

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  6. Can we tempt you with Perrier? 

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  7. Celebrate the winter Olympics in true Pop Art style. 

    Regardless of which country you’re rooting for, this fantastic "Speed Skater" by Andy Warhol captures the vibrant colors and spirit of the Winter Olympics! 

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  8. Top Of The Pop

    We’re delighted to present Top of the Pop, our new auction featuring a dazzling, curated selection of iconic Pop Art prints. 

    Take a few minutes (or a few hours ..!) and delight in the pleasure of Pop Art on artnet Auctions ..

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  9. Last Night At  Sotheby’s 

    At Sotheby’s Contemporary Art Auction in London last night, wealthy collectors from nearly 40 countries competed for established and emerging art trophies in a sale totaling $146 million. 

    The top lot was Gerhard Richter’s abstract painting Wand (Wall), (pictured) which sold for 17.4 million pounds, just above its target of around 15 million pounds. Another highlight of the sale was Andy Warhol’s red 1973 portrait of Mao Zedong sold for 7.6 million pounds, surpassing the high estimate. 

    Browse more works by Andy Warhol and Gerhard Richter

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  10. Consider yourself warned by Andy Warhol

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  11. A look back: These top 300 artists were the most popular at the end of 2013.

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  12. They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.

    Andy Warhol

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  13. Warhol’s polaroid portrait of Sylvester Stallone 

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  14. Polaroids

    Warhol’s genius was his ability to create instant art, from Polaroids of superstars to those of the mundane, such as a self-portrait of him eating corn flakes.

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  15. For all cereal aficionados .. Here’s Andy Warhol posing while enjoying his corn flakes.

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  16. All I want for Christmas is .. a Campbell’s Soup Can! Well, one which was given the Warhol treatment. 

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