Andy Warhol Why You Need To Take Another Look At Warhol

Vogue Nov 12, 2018

By 1966, Andy Warhol was such a household name in the US that the Campbell’s Soup Company produced a paper dress in tribute to his screen prints, available to purchasers of two cans of soup for $1. By 1971, his name was familiar enough on the other side of the Atlantic to pop up on David Bowie’s Hunky-Dory album. Following his death in 1987, Warhol’s fame has continued to rise thanks to a steady stream of biopics, record-breaking auctions, bad photo filters and the ubiquitous presence of the works themselves, seemingly on a never-ending parade through the world’s great museums.

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