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Warhol, Andy, 1928-1987

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Dates

  • Existence: 19280806 - 19870222

Found in 96 Collections and/or Records:

136 Points of Reference / Ellery, Jonathan ; Ruscha E ; Wool C ; Kalman T ; Langlands & Bell ; Holzer J ; Weiner L ; Dine J ; Warhol A ; Munari B ; Oldenburg C ; Rand P ; Sagmeister S ; Fletcher A ; Shahn B., 2005

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Identifier: CC-46266-48987
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The New York launch of this book was held at Andrew Roth Gallery. The press release states that Jonathan Elley and his studio Browns "have forged an enviable reputation in both design and publishing: the book and exhibition...examines the influences that have informed and defined their graphic work. Reproduced are images and objects that have been culled from Ellery's or his colleague's idisosyncratic collections." Lawrence Weiner contributed a poster to the book. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2005

A Retrospective / Warhol, Andy., 1989

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Identifier: CC-00247-255
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Bob Colacello Internet on Warhol's silkscreen paintings (not discussed in this catalogue): The outline of the face is traced from blow-up of photo negative onto tissue and then tissue is placed over carbon, which is over raw canvas, and retraced by pressing carbon outline onto canvas. Then Warhol slaps paint (acrylic) on with a large brush, more like housepaint brush than artist's brush, rarely cleaning brush, as he switches from area to area and color to color. He also uses hands, especially fingers, to create texture, gesture, blend colors. he doesn't clean hands much either, so colors merge, appear here and there, disappear rather arbitrarily. After it dries the photo negative is silkscreened (by Alex Heinrici at his own studio) and onto the painted canvas." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1989

A / Warhol, Andy., 1968

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Identifier: CC-46993-49731
Scope and Contents This book is a first edition; it was reprinted in 1998. Wikepedia: The book is a roman a clef, meaning that the fictional characters are thinly-disguised actual persons. a, A Novel is a 1968 book by the American artist Andy Warhol (1928--1987) published by Grove Press. It is a nearly word-for-word transcription of tapes recorded by Warhol and Ondine (Robert Olivo, a Warhol superstar) over a two-year period in 1965-1967. a, A Novel, Warhol's knowing response to James Joyce's Ulysses, was intended as an uninterrupted twenty-four hours in the life of Ondine, an actor who was famous mostly as a Factory fixture, Warhol film Superstar and devoted amphetamine user.[1] A taped conversation between Warhol and Ondine, the book was actually recorded over a few separate days, during a two-year period. The book is a verbatim printing of the typed manuscripts and contains every typo, abbreviation and inconsistency that the typists produced from the twenty-four tapes (each chapter is named for...
Dates: 1968

Archive for Trailblazers / Finlay, Ian Hamilton; Tissiman, C.; Warhol A; Cutts S; Schwitters K; Corman C; Beckett S; Roth D., 1975

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Identifier: CC-12577-12809
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The small drawings of airplanes with typed captions were done by Tissiman who signed the perforated page from which the drawings were cut. The drawings in turn were taped to each page in the booklet. The single page in Finlay's handwriting lists the text for the pages of the booklet. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1975

Art Journaux: Die Kunst der Zeitschrift: Extrablatt / Jurgen O. Olbrich, curator ; Dittmar R ; Warhol A ; Tilson Ja ; Blaine J ; Damen H ; Bory JF ; Gette PA ; DeVries H ; Cardella J ; Kostelanetz R ; Krabbe P ; Warnke U ; Pittore-Eurifico C ; Padin C ; Was E ; And M ; Banana A ; Perkins S ; Rutkovsky P ; Carrion U ; Ben ; Gibbs M ; Johnson P ; Crandall J ; Ebel G ; Ahnert C ; Putz C ; Gutierrez R ; Carter K ; Miccini E ; McLean D ; Meade R ; Krabbe P ; Luh W ; Oberto A ; Carrega U ; Kempton K ; Dana L ; Bennett JM ; Chopin H ; Sabatier R ; Gagnon JC ; Bense M ; Walther E ; Hill C ; Zauner H ; Clavin H ; Andryczuk H ; Ferrando B ; Deisler G ; Lemaitre M ; Random S ; Shores M ; Mark A ; Neaderland L ; Mullican J., 2000

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Identifier: CC-33994-35670
Scope and Contents This special edition of the catalogue features an additional cover as a collage done by Emmett Williams and Jurgen Olbrich. The collage is done on the outer covers and the inner bck cover. The exhibition from the artist magazine collection of the late Rolf Dittmar was curated and installed by Jurgen Olbrich. It Included 350 periodicals from 25 countries which were presented in greenhouses, cases and walls. The exhibition consisted of critical, art historical and multiple art editions. The exhibition itself was arranged thematically and chronologically including "The Face of the Machine," "The Format of the Magazine," "Beginning in the 50s," "The Departure into the Present," "Literary Magazines," "Leaflets," "Art Magazines," "Fluxus Magazines," "One Artist Magazines," "Mail Art Magazines," "Assemblings," "Object Magazines," " Project and Conceptual Magazines," and " New Media." The catalogue resembles a newspaper and holder used in libraries and reading rooms. The Sackner Archive...
Dates: 2000

Art Journaux: Die Kunst der Zeitschrift: Extrablatt / Jurgen O. Olbrich, curator ; Dittmar R ; Warhol A ; Tilson Ja ; Blaine J ; Damen H ; Bory JF ; Gette PA ; DeVries H ; Cardella J ; Kostelanetz R ; Krabbe P ; Warnke U ; Pittore-Eurifico C ; Padin C ; Was E ; And M ; Banana A ; Perkins S ; Rutkovsky P ; Carrion U ; Ben ; Gibbs M ; Johnson P ; Crandall J ; Ebel G ; Ahnert C ; Putz C ; Gutierrez R ; Carter K ; Miccini E ; McLean D ; Meade R ; Krabbe P ; Luh W ; Oberto A ; Carrega U ; Kempton K ; Dana L ; Bennett JM ; Chopin H ; Sabatier R ; Gagnon JC ; Bense M ; Walther E ; Hill C ; Zauner H ; Clavin H ; Andryczuk H ; Ferrando B ; Deisler G ; Lemaitre M ; Random S ; Shores M ; Mark A ; Neaderland L ; Mullican J., 2000

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Identifier: CC-33995-35671
Scope and Contents This special edition of the catalogue features an additional cover as a collage done by Klassen, Putz, Ruch and Warnke. Both outer and inner covers are collaged.The exhibition from the artist magazine collection of the late Rolf Dittmar was curated and installed by Jurgen Olbrich. It Included 350 periodicals from 25 countries which were presented in greenhouses, cases and walls. The exhibition consisted of critical, art historical and multiple art editions. The exhibition itself was arranged thematically and chronologically including "The Face of the Machine," "The Format of the Magazine," "Beginning in the 50s," "The Departure into the Present," "Literary Magazines," "Leaflets," "Art Magazines," "Fluxus Magazines," "One Artist Magazines," "Mail Art Magazines," "Assemblings," "Object Magazines," " Project and Conceptual Magazines," and " New Media." The catalogue resembles a newspaper and holder used in libraries and reading rooms. The Sackner Archive holds most of the magazines...
Dates: 2000

Art Journaux: Die Kunst der Zeitschrift / Jurgen O. Olbrich, curator ; Dittmar R ; Warhol A ; Tilson Ja ; Blaine J ; Damen H ; Bory JF ; Gette PA ; DeVries H ; Cardella J ; Kostelanetz R ; Krabbe P ; Warnke U ; Pittore-Eurifico C ; Padin C ; Was E ; And M ; Banana A ; Perkins S ; Rutkovsky P ; Carrion U ; Ben ; Gibbs M ; Johnson P ; Crandall J ; Ebel G ; Ahnert C ; Putz C ; Gutierrez R ; Carter K ; Miccini E ; McLean D ; Meade R ; Krabbe P ; Luh W ; Oberto A ; Carrega U ; Kempton K ; Dana L ; Bennett JM ; Chopin H ; Sabatier R ; Gagnon JC ; Bense M ; Walther E ; Hill C ; Zauner H ; Clavin H ; Andryczuk H ; Ferrando B ; Deisler G ; Lemaitre M ; Random S ; Shores M ; Mark A ; Neaderland L ; Mullican J., 2000

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Identifier: CC-33873-35544
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This exhibition from the artist magazine collection of the late Rolf Dittmar was curated and installed by Jurgen Olbrich. It Included 350 periodicals from 25 countries which were presented in greenhouses, cases and walls. The exhibition consisted of critical, art historical and multiple art editions. The exhibition itself was arranged thematically and chronologically including "The Face of the Machine," "The Format of the Magazine," "Beginning in the 50s," "The Departure into the Present," "Literary Magazines," "Leaflets," "Art Magazines," "Fluxus Magazines," "One Artist Magazines," "Mail Art Magazines," "Assemblings," "Object Magazines," " Project and Conceptual Magazines," and " New Media." The catalogue resembles a newspaper and holder used in libraries and reading rooms. The Sackner Archive holds most of the magazines exhibited in this show but does not own several mail art assemblings that originate from Germany. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2000

Between the Lines: A Coloring Book of Drawings by Contemporary Artists / Anonymous, editor ; Acconci V ; Baldessari J ; Cole W ; Crumb R ; Doner MO ; Grant D ; Hammond J ; Haring K ; LeWitt S ; Longo R ; Opie J ; Warhol A ; Wegman W ; Wool C ; McGinness R., 2006

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Identifier: CC-50238-71304
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RxArt is a non-for profit organization that promotes healing through exposure to original fine art in patient, procedure and examination rooms of healthcare facilities. The colored stickers were designed by Ryan MsGinness. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2006

Blue Print / Messo, George ; Warhol A., 1993

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Identifier: CC-06556-6675
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Includes a long visual poem dealing with Andy Warhol. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1993