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Andy Warhol. Contempt and Adoration 82 Barbara Kruger. The Factory of Self 96 Hendrik Folkerts. Warhol, Existentially Lynne Tillman. Checklist of the Exhibition Lenders to the Exhibition

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Andy Warhol. Contempt and Adoration 82 Barbara Kruger. The Factory of Self 96 Hendrik Folkerts. Warhol, Existentially Lynne Tillman. Checklist of the Exhibition Lenders to the Exhibition The arts are a powerful tool to help economies thrive, and we are committed to helping nonprofit arts institutions inspire, educate, and connect individuals with each other.

These institutions have been longtime partners of Bank of America, and we value the integral role they play in their regional economies as well as the global cultural landscape. One of has experienced it all, and ultimately the question of what more can the lessons we have learned from Warhol, from the endless minutiae be said or written.

It is about the flow of of his diaries and the objects he placed in his time capsules, is that time, suspended time, segments of time, times that never end, times it all counts—all moments in time matter. By looking at materials that last forever, and the timeless. It is about the split second and the and processes as well as subject matter and style, this exhibition durational, the significant and the inconsequential. It is about excite- elucidates not only what he did but also how he did it.

It presents ment and ennui. It involves drawn time, silkscreened time, painted many works we know well and others that are less familiar.

And it time, photographed time, filmed time, televised time, and time cap- reveals an artist who was fascinated by his subjects but who also sules. While his oeuvre is vast, it is marked by numerous iconic works loved painting—its surfaces, incidents, and nuances—and had as and subjects that can readily be called to mind. They are his images. Through the selection of works in this retrospective Every Warhol exhibition is also a marker.

Each one has its own and the agency of this catalogue, the exhibition reappraises Warhol, distinct curatorial statement and occurs at a particular time and place. These word, it accrues additional meanings and renewed relevance on each subjects are given their due in the exhibition and more explicitly occasion. Whether Warhol addressed a particular event is beside in this volume through the thoughtful essays and writings of an the point. He taught us to consider the modern event and spectacle.

The result is a more expansive and com- Through his work, he asks us to think about numerous questions: plex Warhol than previously understood.

What is history? How is it made? Who makes it? What is the relationship of news to been the subject of more exhibitions than any artist of any time period. Are the private, anecdotal, and trivial newsworthy? When At the Whitney, we have felt a special connection to the artist for does news become history?

Consider the time surrounding the decades. Consider the time of the Andy Warhol Film Project, an ongoing archival research initia- of the retrospective: in the three weeks before the exhibition tive undertaken in association with the Museum of Modern Art.

John opened, George H. This partnership was an show, and the Batman film opened. Although Warhol did not paint act of great trust on the part of Warhol as his films had been withdrawn any of these specific events, they represent his subjects: fame, noto- from distribution for two decades prior to that point. Additional pre- riety, celebrity, tragedy, death, disaster, triumph, and beauty. Warhol has now been gone for more than thirty years, yet the portraiture exhibition and had a lively relationship with Warhol, Warholian view of the world endures.

However, my money is on Andy Warhol. Unbelievable as it seems, given that Warhol I have never wavered from the Mark with Monsieur Warhola. Over the course New York, in Although Warhol may have been the monumental painting. I am deeply indebted to all of the lenders for and the London presentation of Andy Warhol: Retrospective at most prolific artist of his century and there are many great examples sharing these objects and placing their trust in us.

They have allowed Tate Modern in The installation, States for the first time in almost thirty years. She brings abundant, sustained research and knowledge to to be exquisite. Each gallery space is precisely conceived and the this project and is now among the last remaining curators who worked flow of each exhibition chapter is clear, rhythmic, and layered.

The Notes directly with the artist. Given the tremendous obstacles of supremely thoughtful context. Whitney, ed. New York: Random House in association with the Whitney Museum securing loans for an exhibition of some three hundred works, the This exhibition is one of the most complex undertakings in of American Art, , p. This undertaking seems particularly apropos in the who realized the importance of the exhibition and made it possible.

Griffin recognized that exhibitions such as this retrospec- www. As chronicled tive are exceedingly difficult to produce but also rare opportunities New York: Harvest, , p. In New York, we are on Twitter. Bluhm and Larry Gagosian not only loaned import- Warhol, for whom ownership of the news was the domain of the sub- ant works from their personal collections to the exhibition but also ject of the news; as he also wrote in The Philosophy of Andy Warhol: generously supported it, so that we could realize its full ambition.

Critical funding came from the Brown Foundation, Inc. I always have Foundation 14; Mr. But then they always Whitney. Additional support came it out yet. The contorted logic of this insightful observation is most worthy of Hall, Constance and David Littman, the Mugrabi Collection, John our times. The exhi- cler of the Factory, said not long ago that Warhol would have loved bition was supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on Instagram.

It would have enabled him the Arts and the Humanities. In was made possible by Acquavella Galleries and the Paul J. Because we live in a the opening dinner. It was fifty years ago that Warhol first predicted a future in this endeavor by presenting the exhibition at their own institutions.

The presence of a Warhol Goldstein, have been crucial and insightful partners whose enthusiasm retrospective at this time will no doubt reconfirm the enduring reso- for a Warhol retrospective at this moment equaled our own. I cannot nance of his art in all its complexity. She has sifted through histories, documents, writ- both public and private, and it is not easy for any lender to part ings, interviews, and works in far-flung locations to create the Warhol with a work of art regardless of whether is it a small drawing or a.

Neil Printz has gone beyond the call —Andy Warhol, America, of duty by generously sharing information that deeply informed this project. Vincent Fremont and Bob Colacello, close a difference. Warhol had already achieved his mythic status by that associates of the artist, have been unstinting in their support as have time, but his position in the art world was not what it had been in the Doris Amman, Frayda and Ronald Feldman, and Georg Frei.

I am s—perhaps that too made a difference. Others who have been immensely helpful to my work exhibitions. Our conversations were centered on his art and process, over the years are Jessica Beck, Molly Donovan, Mark Francis, John the influences on him, and his years as a commercial artist.

But I was always led back to the art. Adam D. Warhol, like his contemporaries, explored grateful for his unbridled enthusiasm for this project and for me as its the signs, symbols, and social norms of a post—World War II United curator. I also insider and an outsider, Warhol understood the twin American desires thank my other curatorial colleagues for continuing to break down the for innovation and conformity; he also grasped what one could be monolith of American art.

Emily Russell, director of curatorial affairs, and do in private, but not in public. His art, one could say, shaped has overseen many aspects of this project, always keeping the Warhol these contradictory impulses into a completely original vocabulary ship on an even keel.

Jane Panetta, associate curator, deserves special of images and processes that profoundly informed, and continues to thanks for her help during the early organizational stages of the proj- inform, our perception of the world we traffic in daily.

His project was ect. What is contributed to this publication. There have always been shadows lurking around curating the film program. My work on Warhol, of course, is built on the work of others far It is impossible to overstate the complexities of undertaking a too numerous to name.

I have been fortunate to have known some Warhol retrospective, and I am indebted to my colleagues across of these art historians, curators, critics, and gallerists personally and the entire Museum. Robert Rosenblum, Putnam, who ensured its integrity at every stage. The innumerable details related to the retrospective organized in the United States.

Ileana Sonnabend and safe and timely transport of works coming from multiple continents. Levene Fine Art, Ltd. Rory S. Melanie Taylor, together with Anna Martin and at the same time as this retrospective, affording the public an unprece- Kempner Jr. Zabie Mustafa, created an inspired exhibition design that allows us dented opportunity to experience the work for the first time in a decade.

Joseph, Barbara preparation, and his team have expertly handled and installed works lent works to this ambitious endeavor. Reid Farrington and his audio-visual team have also agree to important loans from their collections, the exhibition would Sedaka; the Sonnabend Collection and Antonio Homem; the Sonnabend made remarkable contributions to the existing scholarship on the been instrumental in the display of numerous works.

I am honored to have their work in the book. Logan and Katy Nelson, our intrepid designers, have been an abso- bition and catalogue of this scope. In the education department, I owe a debt of grat- Margaret C. Cary, Lillian Chan, Ben of this book. Thanks are also due to Anita Duquette, Jacob Horn, visitor experience.

From A to B and Back Again: Warhol, Recycling, Writing

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The Philosophy of Andy Warhol (From A to B and Back Again)

Look Closer. Soup cans, movie stars and dollar signs … explore the ideas and themes behind Warhol's iconic artworks. Andy Warhol is known for his bright, colourful paintings and prints of subjects ranging from celebrities including Marilyn Monroe and Mohammed Ali, to everyday products such as cans of soup and Brillo pads. But behind these iconic images are some surprising approaches and ideas. His parents were Carpatho-Rusyns who immigrated from what is now known as eastern Slovakia.

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From A to B and Back Again: Warhol, Recycling, Writing

Flowers Selection from "Ads" The Whitney show vividly restores him to full, commanding view, and reasserts his importance for a new generation, but does so in a carefully shaped and edited way. Celebrity Portrait Installation.

By Andy Warhol. A loosely formed autobiography by Andy Warhol, told with his trademark blend of irony and detachment. In The Philosophy of Andy Warhol —which, with the subtitle " From A to B and Back Again ," is less a memoir than a collection of riffs and reflections—he talks about love, sex, food, beauty, fame, work, money, and success; about New York, America, and his childhood in McKeesport, Pennsylvania; about his good times and bad in New York, the explosion of his career in the sixties, and his life among celebrities. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording, or any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher.

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It was first published by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. The book is an assemblage of self-consciously ironic "quotable quotes" about love, beauty, fame, work, sex, time, death, economics, success, and art, among other topics, by the "Prince of Pop ". Warhol signed two book contracts in with Harcourt, one for The Philosophy and the second for a biography of Paulette Goddard , which was never completed.

Warhol is constantly labeled a Pop artist, but all that happened within three or four years and then he moved on and the work goes quite dark and explores questions of gender and sexual identity, fame, subcultures. At the time of his death, the consensus was that Warhol was no longer relevant. But the last major retrospective in was a wake-up call: this is an artist we have to reckon with. First presented at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York and curated by Donna De Salvo, Deputy Director for International Initiatives and Senior Curator at the Whitney, with Christie Mitchell, senior curatorial assistant, and Mark Loiacono, curatorial associate, this exhibition provides an opportunity for new generations to reconsider Andy Warhol, one of the most influential, inventive and important American artists. These early drawings lay the groundwork for many of the techniques and approaches he would use throughout his career.

Я же его личный помощник. - Дай мне. Бринкерхофф не верил своим ушам. - Мидж, я ни под каким видом не пущу тебя в кабинет директора.

The philosophy of Andy Warhol : from A to B and back again

 - Хотела это сделать, но она совсем еще ребенок, да и денег у нее не. Вот я его и отдала.

Она начала двигаться в направлении люка. В воздухе ощущался едва уловимый запах озона. Остановившись у края люка, Сьюзан посмотрела. Фреоновые вентиляторы с урчанием наполняли подсобку красным туманом.

ГЛАВА 7 Мозг Сьюзан лихорадочно работал: Энсей Танкадо написал программу, с помощью которой можно создавать шифры, не поддающиеся взлому. Она никак не могла свыкнуться с этой мыслью. - Цифровая крепость, - сказал Стратмор.  - Так назвал ее Танкадо.

Остановившись, чтобы посмотреть на свое отражение в зеркале, он почувствовал, что за спиной у него возникла какая-то фигура. Он повернулся, но было уже поздно. Чьи-то стальные руки прижали его лицо к стеклу.

Лицо его было несчастным. - Я думал, вы из городского… хотите заставить меня… - Он замолчал и как-то странно посмотрел на Беккера.  - Если не по поводу колонки, то зачем вы пришли. Хороший вопрос, подумал Беккер, рисуя в воображении горы Смоки-Маунтинс.

Шаги все приближались. Беккер оказался на прямом отрезке, когда вдруг улочка начала подниматься вверх, становясь все круче и круче. Он почувствовал боль в ногах и сбавил скорость. Дальше бежать было некуда. Как трасса, на продолжение которой не хватило денег, улочка вдруг оборвалась.

Стратмор тяжело дышал. - ТРАНСТЕКСТ. Правда о ТРАНСТЕКСТЕ. Сьюзан понимающе кивнула. Это звучало вполне логично: Танкадо хотел заставить АНБ рассказать о ТРАНСТЕКСТЕ всему миру.


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