Tag Archives: Andy Warhol

The Beginning of Neo-Expressionism

Andy Warhol? Surely you’re familiar with the name. Most people know him as an artist. But what about Jean-Michel Basquiat? Most people have never heard of him. Although he’s not a household name like Warhol, he was also an influential … Continue reading

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‘13 Most Wanted Men’ at the Queens Museum

When most people think of Andy Warhol, they think of Campbell’s soup cans, Elvis, Marilyn Monroe, and other iconic, Pop Art-era renderings. Sure, Warhol was at times subversive, but most don’t associate him with overtly scandalous installations and works; all … Continue reading

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Flour Shop Is Making Brooklyn Even Sweeter

Brooklyn baker Amirah Kassem says that there are three things that most influence her cakes: “Barbie, Disney, and Warhol.” Once you’ve stepped inside Flour Shop, her Williamsburg bakery, you’ll understand exactly how those pop culture icons inform her baking as … Continue reading

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Let the Buyer Beware: Forgeries at Fordham’s Center Gallery

There’s a gallery at Fordham University filled with familiar paintings from iconic artists such as Andy Warhol, Willem de Kooning, Rembrandt and others. It’s an outstanding collection of some of the world’s most renowned paintings – except for the fact … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Andy Warhol!

Andy Warhol’s artistic legacy has allowed for the late pop art icon’s work to be forever immortalized, although today he would have been 85 years old. No other artist has ever had such an impact on the commercialized art world … Continue reading

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