Silk screen prints
Untitled (Your Body is a Battleground) is an iconic 1989 silkscreen portrait made by artist, feminist and activist Barbara Kruger. Though the poster was meant for the pro-choice march on April 9th, 1989, in DC, the portrait is now used mainly to voice the artist’s own opinion about gender inequality. The piece is much more […]
Andy Warhol created a series of artwork with a distinctive act of discrepancy, which he named Death and Disaster. Death and Disaster show images in one color, a reproduction of the same images, or the same images with no color entirely. Andy Warhol majorly used repetition to communicate his ideas. He successfully employed this technique
Endangered Species is one of Andy Warhol’s most influential artworks. It raises awareness of the situation of extinct animals around the world. Warhol created the entire project in 1983, at a time when he had mastered the concepts of capitalism and production. Prints of Endangered Species were exhibited in New York and sold at various fundraising awards.
It is a well-established fact that Andy Warhol achieved celebrity and was recognized by a vast majority of artists as being one of the pioneers of the pop art movement. Not only was he celebrated for his unique ability to transform day to day objects such as Campbell soup cans into works of art, but
During his lifetime, Andy Warhol was always allied with the notion of celebrity. Andy Warhol understood the allure of global celebrity and its effects on contemporary society long before gossip blogs were even a thing. Even more pointedly was his fascination with starlets, it-girls, and famous actresses of that time whom he would often immortalize
Pop provocateur Andy Warhol was never a stranger to controversy. In 1964, as part of a series of commissions for the New York State Pavilion, Warhol was commissioned to work on an installation displayed on the face of the pavilion, which was to serve as one of the main venues of the fair. Embed from