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Warhol Was Wrong – Salinger Was Right

Andy Warhol was a famous artist during the mid to late part of the 20th century. I guess we can call him an artist. Maybe he was more of an anti-artist. He painted soup cans and photocopied images of uber-famous … Continue reading

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Don’t Film My FlashMob, Dude – You Obviously Don’t Understand

Art is over. There hasn’t been any significant artistic movements or “isms” in nearly 50 years. Some art experts believe Andy Warhol helped hammer the final nails into the coffin with Pop Art. In the early 1960s, with the arrival … Continue reading

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