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He is considered a founder and major figure of the POP ART movement. A graduate of the Carnegie Institute of Technology in , he moved to New York City and gained success as a commercial artist.
He continued doing ads and illustrations and by he was the most successful and imitated commercial artist in New York. In he produced the first of his paintings depicting enlarged comic strip images — such as Popeye and Superman — initially for use in a window display.
Warhol pioneered the development of the process whereby an enlarged photographic image is transferred to a silk screen that is then placed on a canvas and inked from the back.
Each Warhol silkscreen used this technique that enabled him to produce the series of mass-media images — repetitive, yet with slight variations — that he began in Later in the s, Warhol made a series of experimental films dealing with such ideas as time, boredom, and repetition; they include Sleep , Empire , and The Chelsea Girls On June 3rd, , Valerie Solanis, a rejected superstar, came into The Factory and shot Andy three times in the chest.
He was rushed to hospital where he was pronounced dead, but after having his chest cut up and been given heart massage, he survived.
Valerie Solanis turned herself in that night and was put in a mental institution. She was later given a three year prison sentence. After recovering Andy Warhol continued to work.
If you enjoy Andy Warhol prints, you may also be interested in contemporary Calder lithographs. In the s, Warhol began his most prolific period as an artist.
He had already begun making a name for himself in the commercial art world, yet he desired to known as a fine artist as well.
He began converting the themes of advertisements into large-scale graphic canvases. To make his large-scale graphic canvases, Warhol projected an enlarged image onto a canvas on the wall.
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These parties became the place to be in New York in the s, and were a hotspot of the fun-loving counterculture that was sweeping the nation.
During the day, The Factory was always buzzing with artists collaborating with Warhol, photographers, writers, and other creative people.
Andy Warhol photographed in his studio, The Factory. Shortly after painting his five Andy Warhol Shot Marilyns in , a friend and photographer named Billy Name visited The Factory with a woman named Dorothy Podber.
Podber was a performance artist and collaborator with artists like Ray Johnson. Warhol, believing she meant shooting photographs of the works, he said yes.
Podber then apparently peeled off her white gloves and pulled a revolver from her bag and shot the Marilyn canvases right in the forehead of the portrait.
Andy Warhol, pictured bottom right, with frequenters of his studio, The Factory. Warhol asked Name to please not let Podber do that again, and Podber was thereafter banned from The Factory.
The incident has since been called a performance art piece by Podber, and the event gained Podber notoriety in the New York art scene.
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By this time, graffiti artist Fab Five Freddy paid homage to Warhol when he painted an entire train with Campbell soup cans.
This was instrumental in Freddy becoming involved in the underground NYC art scene and becoming an affiliate of Basquiat. By this period, Warhol was being criticized for becoming merely a "business artist".
They also criticized his exhibit of 10 portraits at the Jewish Museum in Manhattan, entitled Jewish Geniuses , which Warhol—who was uninterested in Judaism and Jews—had described in his diary as "They're going to sell.
Warhol also had an appreciation for intense Hollywood glamour. He once said: "I love Los Angeles. I love Hollywood.
They're so beautiful. Everything's plastic, but I love plastic. I want to be plastic. In , Vanity Fair commissioned Warhol to produce a portrait of Prince , in order to accompany an article that celebrated the success of Purple Rain and its accompanying movie.
The facial features and hair are screen-printed in black over the orange background. In the Andy Warhol Diaries , Warhol recorded how excited he was to see Prince and Billy Idol together at a party in the mid s, and he compared them to the Hollywood movie stars of the s and s who also inspired his portraits: " According to news reports, he had been making a good recovery from gallbladder surgery at New York Hospital before dying in his sleep from a sudden post-operative irregular heartbeat.
Shortly before Warhol's death, doctors expected Warhol to survive the surgery, though a re-evaluation of the case about thirty years after his death showed many indications that Warhol's surgery was in fact riskier than originally thought.
Warhol's brothers took his body back to Pittsburgh, where an open-coffin wake was held at the Thomas P.
Kunsak Funeral Home. The solid bronze casket had gold-plated rails and white upholstery. Warhol was dressed in a black cashmere suit, a paisley tie, a platinum wig, and sunglasses.
He was laid out holding a small prayer book and a red rose. The funeral liturgy was held at the Holy Ghost Byzantine Catholic Church on Pittsburgh's North Side.
The eulogy was given by Monsignor Peter Tay. Yoko Ono and John Richardson were speakers. The coffin was covered with white roses and asparagus ferns.
After the liturgy , the coffin was driven to St. John the Baptist Byzantine Catholic Cemetery in Bethel Park , a south suburb of Pittsburgh.
At the grave, the priest said a brief prayer and sprinkled holy water on the casket. Warhol was buried next to his mother and father. A memorial service was held in Manhattan for Warhol on April 1, , at St.
Patrick's Cathedral, New York. By the beginning of the s, pop art was an experimental form that several artists were independently adopting; some of these pioneers, such as Roy Lichtenstein , would later become synonymous with the movement.
Warhol, who would become famous as the "Pope of Pop", turned to this new style, where popular subjects could be part of the artist's palette.
His early paintings show images taken from cartoons and advertisements, hand-painted with paint drips. Marilyn Monroe was a pop art painting that Warhol had done and it was very popular.
Those drips emulated the style of successful abstract expressionists such as Willem de Kooning. Warhol's first pop art paintings were displayed in April , serving as the backdrop for New York Department Store Bonwit Teller's window display.
This was the same stage his Pop Art contemporaries Jasper Johns , James Rosenquist and Robert Rauschenberg had also once graced.
It was the gallerist Muriel Latow who came up with the ideas for both the soup cans and Warhol's dollar paintings. He loved celebrities , so he painted them as well.
From these beginnings he developed his later style and subjects. Instead of working on a signature subject matter, as he started out to do, he worked more and more on a signature style, slowly eliminating the handmade from the artistic process.
Warhol frequently used silk-screening ; his later drawings were traced from slide projections. At the height of his fame as a painter, Warhol had several assistants who produced his silk-screen multiples, following his directions to make different versions and variations.
In , Warhol was commissioned by BMW to paint a Group-4 race version of the then "elite supercar" BMW M1 for the fourth installment in the BMW Art Car Project.
It was reported at the time that, unlike the three artists before him, Warhol opted to paint directly onto the automobile himself instead of letting technicians transfer his scale-model design to the car.
Warhol produced both comic and serious works; his subject could be a soup can or an electric chair. Warhol used the same techniques—silkscreens, reproduced serially, and often painted with bright colors—whether he painted celebrities, everyday objects, or images of suicide, car crashes, and disasters, as in the —63 Death and Disaster series.
The Death and Disaster paintings included Red Car Crash , Purple Jumping Man , and Orange Disaster. Some of Warhol's work, as well as his own personality, has been described as being Keatonesque.
Warhol has been described as playing dumb to the media. He sometimes refused to explain his work. He has suggested that all one needs to know about his work is "already there 'on the surface'.
His Rorschach inkblots are intended as pop comments on art and what art could be. His cow wallpaper literally, wallpaper with a cow motif and his oxidation paintings canvases prepared with copper paint that was then oxidized with urine are also noteworthy in this context.
Equally noteworthy is the way these works—and their means of production —mirrored the atmosphere at Andy's New York "Factory".
Biographer Bob Colacello provides some details on Andy's "piss paintings":. He would come to the Factory to urinate on canvases that had already been primed with copper-based paint by Andy or Ronnie Cutrone , a second ghost pisser much appreciated by Andy, who said that the vitamin B that Ronnie took made a prettier color when the acid in the urine turned the copper green.
Did Andy ever use his own urine? My diary shows that when he first began the series, in December , he did, and there were many others: boys who'd come to lunch and drink too much wine, and find it funny or even flattering to be asked to help Andy 'paint'.
Andy always had a little extra bounce in his walk as he led them to his studio. Warhol's first portrait of Basquiat is a black photo-silkscreen over an oxidized copper "piss painting".
After many years of silkscreen, oxidation, photography, etc. Andy Warhol was commissioned in by collector and gallerist Alexander Iolas to produce work based on Leonardo da Vinci 's The Last Supper for an exhibition at the old refectory of the Palazzo delle Stelline in Milan , opposite from the Santa Maria delle Grazie where Leonardo da Vinci's mural can be seen.
Artist Maurizio Cattelan describes that it is difficult to separate daily encounters from the art of Andy Warhol: "That's probably the greatest thing about Warhol: the way he penetrated and summarized our world, to the point that distinguishing between him and our everyday life is basically impossible, and in any case useless.
In the period just before his death, Warhol was working on Cars , a series of paintings for Mercedes-Benz.
The piece silkscreen ink and spray paint on canvas shows Elvis Presley in a gunslinger pose. It was first exhibited in at the Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles.
Warhol made 22 versions of the Double Elvis , nine of which are held in museums. Warhol attended the premiere of the static composition by La Monte Young called Trio for Strings and subsequently created his famous series of static films.
Filmmaker Jonas Mekas , who accompanied Warhol to the Trio premiere, claims Warhol's static films were directly inspired by the performance.
The minute film Blow Job is one continuous shot of the face of DeVeren Bookwalter supposedly receiving oral sex from filmmaker Willard Maas , although the camera never tilts down to see this.
Another, Empire , consists of eight hours of footage of the Empire State Building in New York City at dusk.
The film Eat consists of a man eating a mushroom for 45 minutes. Batman Dracula is a film that was produced and directed by Warhol, without the permission of DC Comics.
It was screened only at his art exhibits. A fan of the Batman series, Warhol's movie was an "homage" to the series, and is considered the first appearance of a blatantly campy Batman.
The film was until recently thought to have been lost, until scenes from the picture were shown at some length in the documentary Jack Smith and the Destruction of Atlantis.
Warhol's film Vinyl is an adaptation of Anthony Burgess ' popular dystopian novel A Clockwork Orange.
Others record improvised encounters between Factory regulars such as Brigid Berlin , Viva , Edie Sedgwick , Candy Darling , Holly Woodlawn , Ondine , Nico , and Jackie Curtis.
Legendary underground artist Jack Smith appears in the film Camp. His most popular and critically successful film was Chelsea Girls The film was highly innovative in that it consisted of two 16 mm -films being projected simultaneously, with two different stories being shown in tandem.
From the projection booth, the sound would be raised for one film to elucidate that "story" while it was lowered for the other. The multiplication of images evoked Warhol's seminal silk-screen works of the early s.
Warhol was a fan of filmmaker Radley Metzger 's film work  and commented that Metzger's film, The Lickerish Quartet , was "an outrageously kinky masterpiece".
In the wake of the shooting, a reclusive Warhol relinquished his personal involvement in filmmaking. His acolyte and assistant director, Paul Morrissey , took over the film-making chores for the Factory collective, steering Warhol-branded cinema towards more mainstream, narrative-based, B-movie exploitation fare with Flesh , Trash , and Heat.
All of these films, including the later Andy Warhol's Dracula and Andy Warhol's Frankenstein , were far more mainstream than anything Warhol as a director had attempted.
These latter "Warhol" films starred Joe Dallesandro —more of a Morrissey star than a true Warhol superstar. In the early s, most of the films directed by Warhol were pulled out of circulation by Warhol and the people around him who ran his business.
After Warhol's death, the films were slowly restored by the Whitney Museum and are occasionally projected at museums and film festivals.
Few of the Warhol-directed films are available on video or DVD. In the mids, Warhol adopted the band the Velvet Underground , making them a crucial element of the Exploding Plastic Inevitable multimedia performance art show.
Warhol, with Paul Morrissey , acted as the band's manager, introducing them to Nico who would perform with the band at Warhol's request.
While managing The Velvet Underground , Andy would have them dressed in all black to perform in front of movies that he was also presenting.
His actual participation in the album's production amounted to simply paying for the studio time. After the band's first album, Warhol and band leader Lou Reed started to disagree more about the direction the band should take, and their artistic friendship ended.
Warhol designed many album covers for various artists starting with the photographic cover of John Wallowitch 's debut album, This Is John Wallowitch!!!
He designed the cover art for The Rolling Stones ' albums Sticky Fingers and Love You Live , and the John Cale albums The Academy in Peril and Honi Soit in One of Warhol's last works was a portrait of Aretha Franklin for the cover of her gold album Aretha , which was done in the style of the Reigning Queens series he had completed the year before.
Bowie recorded a song called " Andy Warhol " for his album Hunky Dory. Lou Reed wrote the song "Andy's Chest", about Valerie Solanas , the woman who shot Warhol, in He recorded it with the Velvet Underground, and this version was released on the VU album in Bowie would later play Warhol in the movie, Basquiat.
Bowie recalled how meeting Warhol in real life helped him in the role, and recounted his early meetings with him:. I met him a couple of times, but we seldom shared more than platitudes.
The first time we saw each other an awkward silence fell till he remarked my bright yellow shoes and started talking enthusiastically.
He wanted to be very superficial. And seemingly emotionless, indifferent, just like a dead fish. Lou Reed described him most profoundly when he once told me they should bring a doll of Andy on the market: a doll that you wind up and doesn't do anything.
But I managed to observe him well, and that was a helping hand for the film [ Basquiat Even the pockets weren't emptied: they contained pancake, white, deadly pale fond de teint which Andy always smeared on his face, a check torn in pieces, someone's address, lots of homeopathic pills and a wig.
Andy always wore those silver wigs, but he never admitted it were wigs. One of his hairdressers has told me lately that he had his wigs regularly cut, like it were real hair.
When the wig was trimmed, he put on another next month as if his hair had grown. The band Triumph also wrote a song about Andy Warhol, "Stranger In A Strange Land" off their album Thunder Seven.
The first of several bound self-published books by Warhol was 25 Cats Name Sam and One Blue Pussy , printed in by Seymour Berlin on Arches brand watermarked paper using his blotted line technique for the lithographs.
The original edition was limited to numbered, hand colored copies, using Dr. Martin's ink washes. Most of these were given by Warhol as gifts to clients and friends.
Copy No. Warhol's book A La Recherche du Shoe Perdu marked his "transition from commercial to gallery artist". Warhol created the fashion magazine Interview that is still published today.
The loopy title script on the cover is thought to be either his own handwriting or that of his mother, Julia Warhola, who would often do text work for his early commercial pieces.
Although Andy Warhol is most known for his paintings and films, he authored works in many different media. He founded the gossip magazine Interview , a stage for celebrities he "endorsed" and a business staffed by his friends.
He collaborated with others on all of his books some of which were written with Pat Hackett. He adopted the young painter Jean-Michel Basquiat , and the band The Velvet Underground , presenting them to the public as his latest interest, and collaborating with them.