Tag Archives: Andy Warhol


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The Trouble With Warhol

A high-profile lawsuit and a scandal over "posthumous" Brillo boxes have brought scrutiny to the methods used by the Andy Warhol Art Authentication Board—and its responsibility to the owners of Warhol works. Read More


News
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The Five-Year Plan

How the Met and the Whitney came to share an iconic Warhol. Read More


Investigations
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The Brillo-Box Scandal

The discovery that a respected curator produced a set of Andy Warhol Brillo boxes after the artist’s death, passing them off as originals, has created a quandary for dealers, collectors, and scholars—including the experts in charge of authenticating the artist’s work. Read More


Features
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Warhol Inc.

Two decades after the artist’s death, the Andy Warhol brand is stronger than ever, as collectors continue to pay top prices for his work, curators study obscure aspects of his career, and consumers snap up products—from candy to condoms—plastered with his imagery. Read More


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Popular Mechanics

A new exhibition at Tate Modern shows how artists turned themselves into Pop stars. Read More


Features
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Top Ten ARTnews Stories: The First Word on Pop

A series of early interviews with the leaders of Pop art defined a movement. Read More


Profiles

Fake Tiepolos and the Cabbage Patch Queen

Taking off from the Old Masters, George Condo paints grotesque yet appealing figures that exist somewhere in the territory where Francis Bacon meets Hans Bellmer. Read More


Market
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Are You Looking at Prices or Art?

Experts discuss how market appreciation is affecting art appreciation. Read More


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Hollywood’s New Wave

More and more artists are directing feature films with large casts, big budgets, and elaborate story lines involving everything from intellectual werewolves to Polish cowboys. Read More


Features
UNDERRATED Judy Pfaff, Ziggurat (detail), 1981. Although she was awarded a MacArthur grant, Pfaff is still not given her due. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND AMERINGER & YOHE FINE ART, NEW YORK

Underrated/Overrated

Which artists have been overlooked? And which have we been looking at too much?. Read More


Trends
Maurizio Cattelan’s self-mocking La rivoluzione siamo noi  (We Are the Revolution), 2000. COURTESY MARIAN GOODMAN GALLERY, NEW YORK

To Thine Own Selves Be True

Role-playing is rampant today, with artists picturing themselves as impersonators, cross-dressers, evil twins, and exhibitionists—all to throw traditional ideas about identity up for grabs . Read More


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Matisse’s first show at MoMA opened its third season, in 1931. ©THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK

How Our Critics Spoke

The good, the bad, the splendid, the beautiful, and “a negation of everything under the sun and the sun itself”. Read More


Features

Much More Than Fifteen Minutes

Fifteen years after his death, Andy Warhol’s reputation is soaring again. Collectors are paying record prices for his works, exhibitions are touring the globe, and a commemorative postage stamp is in the works . Fifteen years after his death, Andy Warhol’s reputation is soaring again. Collectors are paying record prices for his works, exhibitions are touring the globe, and a commemorative postage stamp is in the works. Read More


Features

Marilynmania

From photographs and Warhol paintings to the dress she wore to serenade JFK, objects associated with Marilyn Monroe are in high demand. Read More