‘Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again’ Review: Pop Art’s Tragic Prince


New York

In 1960, dual distinguished art dealers, a museum curator and a documentary filmmaker called on Andy Warhol in a Lexington Avenue townhouse he’d come to possess from a deduction of his wunderkind success as an promotion artist. Warhol wanted their opinion on that of dual paintings of Coke bottles was better—the some-more fine-artsy one that enclosed some Abstract Expressionist drips or a one that was a cold reproduction. Unanimously, a organisation concluded it was a latter. “This moment,” says Whitney Museum curator Donna…


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