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Andy Warhol, Who Was He and How Has He Influenced Contemporary Art?

Andy Warhol was born on the 6th of August, 1928. He died on the 22nd of February, 1987. He created many famous pop artworks such as 'The Eight Elvises' 'Marilyn Monroe Silkscreen' and, of course, the 'Campbells Soup Cans' silkscreen.
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Milly Judge

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Transcript of Andy Warhol, Who Was He and How Has He Influenced Contemporary Art?

Andy Warhol, Who Was He and How Has He Influenced Contemporary Art?
By: Milly
Prezi Partner: Yoyo
1930s
1939-1945
1950s
1960s
The Great Depression
World War II
The Baby Boom
The Swinging Sixties
Died 1987
Born 1928
Warhol's Lifetime Journey
1970s
Drugs, depression and disaster
Influences
Andy Warhol's influences of advertising today:
Journal Entries
Mid-60s
Born on the 6th of August, 1928.
Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Andrej Warhola Junior
BYZANTINE CATHOLIC
John and Paul Warhol
1963, Age 8
1942
olmes School
Schenely High School
Blotted Line Technique
Silk Screened Works
"I haven't really thought about it very hard. I've been so busy worrying about Michelangelo and avoiding getting caught. If only you'd tell me if the statue was done by Michelangelo. Then I would feel that I could go home again." "Why would that make a difference?" "It would because...because..." "Because you found that running away from home didn't make a real difference? You were still the same Greenwhich Claudia, planning and washing and keeping things in order?" "I guess that's right," Claudia said quietly.
Book Review
1952
First solo exhibition at Hugo Gallery
First group exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art
1960s
The Factory
"To be a machine"
Sold for $100 million
The 'Wanted' Men
Velvet Underground & Nico
Information Report
1962 Exhibition
1967
Andy Warhol's Index
3rd of June, 1968
Fine Arts
1969
1970s
Eat
Sleep
1974
1980s
1981
1983
+
+
=
1987
Died on the 22nd of February, 1987
Narrative
The Andy Warhol Museum
Sold at $17.3 million
26 years later...
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