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Introduction

black and white photo of Andy Warhol leaning on a podium in front of two of his Marylin Monroe artworks

This research guide was created to support the Summer 2023 Andy Warhol Exhibition hosted by the Cleve Carney Museum of Art and the McAninch Arts Center at the College of DuPage. The resources in this guide are intended to support research on Andy Warhol and the cultural enrichment and education of students, community residents, families, and kids.

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Recommended Titles

The Philosophy of Andy Warhol

The enigmatic, legendary Warhol makes the reader his confidant on love, sex, food, beauty, fame, work, money, success, and much more. A loosely formed autobiography, told with his trademark blend of irony and detachment, this compelling and eccentric memoir riffs and reflects on all things Warhol: New York, America, and his childhood in McKeesport, Pennsylvania, as well as the explosion of his career in the sixties, and his life among the rich and famous.

Warhol-Isms

Andy Warhol is nearly as renowned for what he said as for what he did. Warhol-isms
presents a unique and comprehensive collection of authentic quotations from the Pop artist.

Andy Warhol's Time Capsule 21

Beginning in the 1970s, Andy Warhol collected and stored the remains of his most unusual life in 612 brown cardboard boxes, the so-called Time Capsules. Everything Warhol deemed interesting and worth keeping--from precious objects to the most quotidian of souvenirs--was gathered together in these prosaic containers.

Warhol

The extent and range of Warhol's success, and his deliberate attempts to thwart his biographers, means that it hasn't been easy to put together an accurate or complete image of him. But in this biography, unprecedented in its scope and detail as well as in its access to Warhol's archives, Gopnik brings to life a figure who continues to fascinate.

The Many Lives of Andy Warhol

This is a look into Warhol's greatest creation: himself. Warhol was known as the king of pop art, but the famous artist was secretly never satisfied with a single style and his journey took him from graphic designs of shoes, women's fashions and glamour magazines to owning and publishing his own film and gossip magazine, Interview. Stuart Lenig takes us behind the scenes to explore Warhol's many innovations in the art world.

Possession Obsession

Though best known as an artist, Warhol was also a passionate and informed collector of unlikely antiquities and offbeat Americana. "Possession Obsession" proposes that collecting was another form of artistic practice for Warhol, certainly one that provides as much insight into his interests, tastes and ideas as his art.

Live Feed of Andy Warhol's Grave (Click on the Image)

Andy's Warhol's grave

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