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I, A Man
I, a Man (1967) is a 1967 American film written, directed and photographed by Andy Warhol
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Paul Morrissey
Paul Morrissey (born February 23, 1938) is an American film director, best known for his association with Andy Warhol.[1]Contents1 Life and career 2 Quotes 3 Filmography 4 References 5 External linksLife and career[edit] Of Irish extraction, Morrissey attended Ampleforth College
Ampleforth College
and Fordham University, both Roman Catholic schools, and later served in the United States Army.[2] A political conservative and self-described "right-winger",[3] who has publicly protested against what he perceives as immorality and "anti-Catholicism", Morrissey's long-term collaboration with the low-keyed, apparently apolitical Warhol was viewed by many as "a successful mismatch", although both men did share some traits, e.g
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Campbell's Soup Cans II
Campbell's Soup Cans II is a work of art produced in 1969 by Andy Warhol as part of his Campbell's Soup Cans series. 250 sets of this print were made, and edition #17 is in the collection at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. It consists of ten prints:Tomato Beef Noodle O' Chicken 'n Dumplings Vegetarian Vegetable Clam Chowder Old fashioned vegetable made with beef stock Scotch Broth Cheddar Cheese Oyster Stew Golden Mushroom Hot Dog Beanv t eAndy WarholArtworksCampbell's Soup Cans (1962) Marilyn Diptych (1962) Men in Her Life (1962) Green Coca-Cola Bottles (1962) Eight Elvises (1963) Ethel Scull 36 Times (1963) Silver Car Crash (Double Disaster) (1963) Green Car Crash (1963) Triple Elvis (1963) Suicide (Purple Jumping Man) (1963) Thirteen Most Wanted Men (1964) Shot Marilyns (1964) Exploding Plastic Inevitable (1966) Cow Wallpaper (1966) Big Electric Chair (1967) Campbell's Soup Cans II (1969) Shadows (1978-79) Prince (1984) Portrait of Seymour H
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Ethel Scull 36 Times
Ethel Scull
Ethel Scull
36 Times is a 1963 painting by American artist Andy Warhol, is currently on view at the Whitney Museum of American Art[1] and is part of the collections of both the Metropolitan Museum of Art[2] and the Whitney Museum of American Art.[1] It was Warhol's first commissioned work.[3][4][5] The work consists of four rows of nine equal columns,[6] depicting Ethel Redner Scull, a well-known collector of modern art.[7] The artwork is jointly owned by the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Metropolitan Museum of Art
and the Whitney Museum of American Art.[3]Contents1 Ethel and Robert Scull 2 Creation 3 Significance3.1 Portraiture 3.2 Production method4 Ownership 5 ReferencesEthel and Robert Scull[edit] Ethel Scull
Ethel Scull
(née Redner) was born in The Bronx, New York City
New York City
in 1921
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Silver Car Crash (Double Disaster)
Silver Car Crash (Double Disaster)
Silver Car Crash (Double Disaster)
is a 1963 serigraph by the American artist Andy Warhol. In November 2013 it sold for $105m (£65.5m) at auction, setting a new highest price for a work by Warhol.[1][2] History[edit] Silver Car Crash (Double Disaster)[3] depicts a body twisted in the mangled interior of a silver car. It was printed by Andy Warhol
Andy Warhol
at the age of 35. It is the last serigraph of the artist that was left in private hands. The serigraph is 8 by 13 feet (2.4 by 4.0 m) in dimensions, and it was displayed only once in public during the last 26 years. This painting was part of his Death and Disaster series. The art masterpiece was held by a European collector for 20 years. In November 2013, five bidders fought for the serigraph in an auction of contemporary art works organized by Sotheby's, bringing the price to $105 million
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Green Car Crash
Green Car Crash (Green Burning Car I) is a painting by the American artist Andy Warhol. On May 16, 2007 at 7 P.M, it sold for $71.7m (£42.3m) at auction. History[edit] Green Car Crash (Green Burning Car I)[1] is one of the representative paintings of the Pop Culture. It is a part of the Death and Disaster series painted by Andy Warhol
Andy Warhol
in 1963. The painting is attributed to Warhol himself, but it is assumed that his assistant Gerard Malanga had a large contribution to this creation.[2] Green Car Crash is one of the highly valued paintings of this collection. Green Car Crash was finished in 1963. It was inspired by photographs taken by John Whitehead and published in Newsweek
Newsweek
magazine. The car was pursued by the Seattle
Seattle
police. The driver lost control of the wheel at 60 miles per hour (97 km/h), crashing into a utility pole
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Triple Elvis
Triple Elvis
Elvis
is a 1963 painting by the American artist Andy Warhol. On 13 November 2014 it sold for $81.9m (£51.9m) at a Christie's
Christie's
auction in New York.[1] See also[edit]Eight Elvises List of most expensive paintingsReferences[edit]^ "Andy Warhol's Elvis
Elvis
triptych sells for $81.9m". BBC News
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Suicide (Purple Jumping Man)
Suicide
Suicide
is the act of intentionally causing one's own death.[6] Risk factors include mental disorders such as depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, personality disorders, and substance abuse, including alcoholism and use of benzodiazepines.[2][4][7] Other suicides are impulsive acts due to stress such as from financial difficulties, troubles with relationships, or from bullying.[2][8] Those who have previously attempted suicide are at higher risk for future attempts.[2]
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Thirteen Most Wanted Men
Thirteen Most Wanted Men was a large mural created by Andy Warhol
Andy Warhol
for the New York State Pavilion
New York State Pavilion
at the 1964 World's Fair
1964 World's Fair
at Flushing Meadows, New York. The mural was painted over with silver paint before the fair opened, probably due to official objections, but other reasons have been suggested. Warhol and nine (originally ten) other artists were commissioned in 1962 to create works to decorate 20 feet (6.1 m) square spaces at the New York State Pavilion
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Shot Marilyns
The Shot Marilyns is a work of art produced in 1964 by Andy Warhol. It consists of four canvases, each a square measuring 40 inches and each consisting of a painting of a Marilyn Monroe, each shot through in the forehead by a single bullet. Warhol actually painted five colored Marilyns in 1964 with different colored backgrounds: red, orange, light blue, sage blue, and turquoise and he stored them at The Factory, his studio on East 47th Street in Manhattan. Dorothy Podber (1932–2008), a friend of Factory photographer Billy Name, saw the recently completed paintings stacked against one another at the studio and asked Warhol if she could shoot them. Believing that she meant she wanted to photograph the paintings, Warhol agreed.[1] Podber doffed her pair of black gloves, withdrew a small revolver from her purse, and fired a shot into the stack of four "Marilyn" paintings, which became known as The Shot Marilyns
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Exploding Plastic Inevitable
The Exploding Plastic Inevitable, sometimes simply called Plastic Inevitable or EPI, was a series of multimedia events organized by Andy Warhol between 1966 and 1967, featuring musical performances by The Velvet Underground and Nico, screenings of Warhol's films, and dancing and performances by regulars of Warhol's Factory, especially Mary Woronov and Gerard Malanga. Andy Warhol's Exploding Plastic Inevitable is also the title of an 18-minute film by Ronald Nameth with recordings from one week of performances of the shows which were filmed in Chicago, Illinois, in 1966. In December 1966 Warhol included a one-off magazine called The Plastic Exploding Inevitable as part of the Aspen No
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Cow Wallpaper
Andy Warhol's Cow Wallpaper was the first in a series of wallpaper designs he created from the 1960s to the 1980s. According to Warhol, the inspiration for the cow image came from art dealer Ivan Karp:Another time he said, 'Why don't you paint some cows, they're so wonderfully pastoral and such a durable image in the history of the arts.' (Ivan talked like this.) I don't know how 'pastoral' he expected me to make them, but when he saw the huge cow heads — bright pink on a bright yellow background — that I was going to have made into rolls of wallpaper, he was shocked
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Big Electric Chair
Created in 1967, the Stockholm Big Electric Chair
Big Electric Chair
is part of a series of works by Andy Warhol
Andy Warhol
depicting an electric chair. Death by electrocution was a controversial subject in New York City, where the artist lived and worked, especially after the last two executions at Sing Sing
Sing Sing
Correctional Facility in 1963
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Shadows (paintings)
Shadows is a series of paintings by the American artist Andy Warhol.[1] The paintings were executed between 1978-79 and purchased as a single group by the Dia Art Foundation.[1] References[edit]^ a b " Dia Art Foundation
Dia Art Foundation
- Exhibitions"
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Green Coca-Cola Bottles
Green Coca-Cola
Coca-Cola
Bottles is a 1962 painting by Andy Warhol
Andy Warhol
that depicts one hundred and twelve almost identical bottles Coca-Cola
Coca-Cola
bottles. Green Coca-Cola
Coca-Cola
Bottles took a mainstream item and converted it into a piece of art. Warhol’s piece utilized a silkscreen technique, which mechanicalized some aspects of the painting but featured individualized “unevenness” across the painting. The painting engenders an optimistic message for the American public, described in Warhol’s own words, “What’s grand about this country is that America started the tradition where the richest consumers buy essentially the same thing as the poorest... you can know that the President drinks Coke, Liz Taylor drinks Coke, and, just think, you can drink Coke, too. A Coke is a Coke, and no amount of money can get you a better Coke.”[1] References[edit]^ Fred S. Kleiner
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Prince (painting)
Orange Prince (1984) is a painting by American artist Andy Warhol, of Prince Rogers Nelson (1958–2016), the American singer, songwriter, record producer, multi-instrumentalist, actor, and director. It is a unique portrait and typical in its pop art style and composition to the portraits Warhol produced of people he admired, including musicians, celebrities, sports stars, cultural figures, artists and prominent figures.[1]Contents1 Orange Prince (1984) composition 2 Andy Warhol and Prince 3 Warhol's orange paintings 4 Prince and the color orange 5 Publications5.1 Vanity Fair 5.2 The Genius of Prince 5.3 Andy Warhol Treasures6 Iconography 7 Exhibitions7.1 2015 7.2 2009–2011 7.3 20088 Provenance 9 ReferencesOrange Prince (1984) composition[edit] As was common with many of Warhol's celebrity portraits, Orange Prince (1984) uses a photograph of the singer as its source material
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