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    Andy Warhol

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    Andy Warhol Warhol was successful in bringing a new form of art to the forefront of an ever changing artworld in the 1960`s. I am interested in the field of commercial and graphic art and it's connection to advertising. That's why I have chosen Warhol as my subject for this essay. I'm going to focus on the techniques and images he used on his paintings. Andy Warhol is one of the world's most renown artists. He was a painter, a photographer, a filmmaker, a publisher of Interview magazine

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    Andy Warhol

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    Hailed as the founding father of the Pop Art movement in the late 1950's and early 1960's, Andy Warhol, through his endeavors, brought forward society's obsession with mass culture and allowed it to become the subject of his art. He produced works that defied and challenged the popular notion of what art should be by disputing the "traditional conventions pertaining to the uniqueness, authenticity, and authorship" of art (Faerna 28). However, it is an injustice to say that Warhol's goals primarily

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    Andy Warhol

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    I selected Andy Warhol because I have long admired his crazy, quirky, unconventional style of producing works of art from normal, everyday subjects ranging from inanimate, normally unnoticed objects to pop culture celebrity icons. I first heard of him in 1986 when his show Andy Warhol's Fifteen Minutes aired on MTV. The show featured Andy interviewing what he thought was the next up-and-coming musical sensations about to get their "fifteen minutes of fame." Two years later on a poster in the

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    Miriam Jackson Professor Curtis ART 306 11/23/2014 Andy Warhol Pre- Innovator Being an innovator of anything really takes time and patience. There is also an understood risk that comes with inventing anything. There is a huge risk that the general population will not like what you are presenting to them. Innovator are the people that will take the biggest risks, but they are the ones that enjoy the biggest success if their idea is accepted. Any Warhol was a person that enjoyed the biggest success as

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    world war; Warhol had lived through this and saw the changes of development and manufacture. During the war production changed to mass production, and when the war was over they related this technique to modern advertising. What Warhol did was take this change in production and turned it into art. Warhol used silkscreen technique (the Use of silkscreen technique was originally used for commercial printing process) on Marilyn Diptych, which creates commercial and impersonal process. Andy Warhol would

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    Andy Warhol

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    Andy Warhol being one of the biggest influences in my work made him the obvious choice for this assignment. I see Warhol's influence on the world we live in everyday and strongly believe he helped in creating the pop culture obsession in America. Andy went from rags to riches and defines the American dream. His work has inspired many and continues to be recognized by people throughout the world. Born August 6, 1928 to Andrej and Julia Warhola, Andy was the youngest of three brothers. Andy's

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    The Art Of Andy Warhol

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    fabulous - the world of Andy Warhol. He was an ingenious man who brought many spectators from all over to view his art exhibitions. Andy brought a “new color” to the art industry, and it held a new meaning to what art could be. This paper will discuss the definition of who is Andy Warhol, and how his artworks of the 1950’s and 1960’s relate to the theory of being “machine-like.” On August. 6th, 1928, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Andy Warhol was born to Andrej Warhol, and Julia Warhol. At a young age of

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    Image of Man" In his final self-portrait, Andy Warhol 's gaze is both perplexed and perplexing. Like the artist, everything about this work is suspended in a haze of mystery. Warhol probably had no expectation that this would be his final self-reflection, yet it 's hard to imagine him treating himself differently even if he had known. Warhol treated everything the same. Cool detachment was as much a trademark for Warhol as Campbell 's was for soup. Warhol 's coolness has often been read as cynicism

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    Born Andrew Warhola on August 6th 1928 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Andy Warhol became one of the most dominant and influential artists of the late 20th Century. Warhol was a second-generation immigrant, with his parents hailing from the Presov region of Slovakia. Having contracted chorea, a neurological disorder that causes the sufferer to shake uncontrollably, in 1936, Warhol spent most of his childhood like he was a social outcast. He always had his head buried in a sketchbook and his mother would

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    Andy Warhol - Biography

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    inches.” – Andy Warhol. Following these words, one of the best known artists of America pursued his dreams and lived his life the way he intended. Andy Warhol born an outsider used his talents to create works of art that moved society in every way possible. His adventures to New York sparked new ideas which contributed to his popularity. Becoming well-known with other celebrities was a huge achievement for Andy. The catalyst of the Pop Art movement and founder of Interview magazine, Andy Warhol, changed

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