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Andy Warhol

Film To Watch: Art Bastard – Rise of a Rabble-Rouser

In a madcap art world obsessed with money, fame and hype, how does an artist driven by justice, defiance and his own singular style thrive? Art Bastard is the tale of a rebel who never fit into today’s art world…... Continue Reading →


Sinister Dark and Deadpan at the Whitney: This Is Your Last Chance!

Don't miss your last chance to explore the dark side of Pop art. Sinister Pop and Dark and Deadpan: Pop in TV and the Movies—which will "make you look anew at Pop" (The New York Times)—closes on Sunday. Sinister Pop Through March 31... Continue Reading →

On the Radar: Andy Warhol at Christie’s Feb 26 – March 5

SALES WILL BENEFIT THE ANDY WARHOL FOUNDATION FOR THE VISUAL ARTS The first of the online-only Warhol sales will feature works representing a wide array of media spanning the artist’s career. Estimates range from $600 to $70,000, offering both seasoned... Continue Reading →

Gia On The Move reviews: ‘Those Whom The Gods Love’

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move We live in a delusional culture.  It is that simple. There may be Those Whom The Gods Love, but in writer/director Olivia Lilley's two act drama of 3 people trying to live a... Continue Reading →

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