Who Gets To Call It Art? movie trailer - starring David Hockney, Mark Di Suvero, Henry Geldzahler, Larry Poons, James Rosenquist, Frank Stella. Directed by Peter Rosen. Theatrical Release Date: 2/1/2006
Rating: Not Rated
An intimate exploration of the life and work of one of the world's most popular and significant artists of the 20th century Keith Haring. The film features interviews and archival footage of Fab 5 Freddy, Jeffrey Deitch, Kim Hastreiter, Grace Jones, Madonna, Yoko Ono, David LaChapelle, Kenny Scharf, Carlo McCormick, Andy Warhol, Ann Magnuson, Tony Shafrazi, and Junior Vasquez, among many others. Audio excerpts from original interviews with Keith Haring, were conducted by Haring's biographer John Gruen (Keith Haring: the Authorized Biography). The film's theme song is by the famed DJ and record producer, Junior Vasquez, with an original soundtrack by Angelo Talocci.
A cinematic journey into the seductive 60's and the cultural whirlwind of events surrounding the shooting of pop-art superstar Andy Warhol.
Zhang Ziyi settles libel case against US website. A jury wraps up 1st day of deliberation over an Andy Warhol Farah Fawcett portrait. Brad Pitt turns 50 and Keith Richards celebrates 70.
Campbell's Soup Offers Andy Warhol Cans - as part of the news series by GeoBeats.
Those famous soup cans are making a comeback.
Fifty years after Andy Warhol made the Campbell s Soup label a pop art icon, the food conglomerate is honoring the artist by unveiling a set of limited edition cans of tomato soup based upon his original artwork.
The promotional cans will come in four colorful designs that will feature Warhol quotes, such as, 'In the future, everybody will be world-famous for 15 min
Sotheby's auction house in London is previewing valuable pieces of art to come under the hammer in their worldwide salerooms this season. The estimated value of the entire exhibition is a third of a billion pounds or 478 million U.S. dollars. The display comes at the start of 'Frieze week' which attracts the attention of collectors worldwide. One item of particular interest is Andy Warhol's 'Silver Car Crash (Double Disaster)', estimated to reach $60 million at an upcoming New York auction.
We're back at it with another show rundown! Today we're talking about Atari finally digging up those lost ET cartridges, unearthing a floppy disk containing all of Andy Warhol's digital art works, jamming cellphones on your work commute, drone photography trends, and a eulogy for Twitter.
It's no Mega Millions, but a British businessman did hit the jackpot, buying an Andy Warhol sketch valued at $2 million for just five dollars.
Art is well acquainted with filthy media. After all, Marcel Duchamp signed a urinal; Andy Warhol had his assistants pee on stuff; and then there's that gold poop pill thing, which, quite frankly, ugh. But now some students in Britain have gone ahead and made bioart out of the most covert, disgusting, disturbing thing out there: bacterial growth on cell phones.
It may just look like a simple, retro Coca Cola advertisement -- and hey, it basically is -- but the familiar black-and-white pop piece is actually an iconic painting by the one and only Andy Warhol.
Caroline takes a look at the top trending stories on the internet, including a girl getting a sexist book pulled off the shelf, an Andy Warhol painting up for auction & an obituary for Walter White.
A jury says an Andy Warhol portrait of late actress Farrah Fawcett belongs to actor Ryan O'Neal and he should be allowed to keep it.
This sculpted wooden shoe is just one of 46 items in 'From Warhol, With Love', a selling exhibition of works by pop artist Andy Warhol at Sotheby's in Hong Kong. Prices start at $10,000 and climb to $1 million U.S. dollars for the most expensive, Warhol's 'Dollar Bills'. Much of the collection focuses on the artist's ink-on-paper work from the 1950's, but the dollar bills were created a bit later in his career, says Sotheby's specialist, Jacqueline Wachter.
Macauley Culkin taped himself eating a slice of pizza in a clip reminiscent of Andy Warhol eating a Whopper.
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