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Lj-14th December 2009 Semi Sveva Federica, 3 Q On the 12th of December 3mm and 3Q classes went to Graz: this lovely city put up the show of Andy Warhol, in Kunsthaus museum. Andy Warhol (1928-1987) was an American printmaker, film-maker and printer who was a leading figure in the visual art movement known as pop art. From what I experienced by appreciating his art is that Warhol turned everything into art, including himself or celebrities as Elvis Presley or Merilyn Monroe. ...read more.

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Andy Warhol was not the first who discovered it, but he was a good user: in this way he could make more pictures and earn more money. Andy Warhol on the other hand often produced his pictures without doing any work: he got his assistants. Then, after seeing some other pictures, we came to "portrait section". We saw Merilyn Monroe and Elvis Presely' portraits: Warhol took the image from a very well-known newspaper. Because of their media origin, Warhol could rely on the pictures being familiar; moreover the degraded quality of the pictures were an important factor conveying the fact that the source image was taken from media sources. ...read more.

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My personal opinion is that Andy Warhol and his art are great: the colour are bright and the picture are neat. Many people just think "I could write the word "Fool" on a canvas as well": of course you could, but it wouldn't have the same meaning, aim. By the way I also appreciate the artist's personality shown through art: for example "The Telephone". From this picture we can know that Warhol was actually a shy person and he rather preferred chatting with friends and familiars on the phone! This show was very interesting! ...read more.

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