Carl Andre: ‘Andy Warhol was the perfect mirror of his time, and without doubt the artist we deserved.’
Image copied from Andy Warhol collection.
X Files Parody Research
A mysterious file with information about Andy Warhol, inspiration for our Andy Wolfhol, travel quest target for our beyond a third way through Xaw Files X Files parody, has arrived in the greenygrey world, with the above also relevant for our sister fmpoetry.wordpress.com website.
The Dracula information is particularly relevant for the XaW Files, with the latest file still being imported into the greenYgrey world seeing the travel questers heading into Transylvania.
p. 37. Pop art the opposite of Expressionism
p. 38. Andy Warol an artist of the everyday, in contrast to expressionism, which was popular at the time. Only interested in the surface.
p. 40. Warhol cited comics as an influence.
p. 63/4. Satirical book about strict recipes called ‘Wild Raspberries’ with designer Suzie Frankfurt.
p. 95. Warhol stayed in background, had superstars upfront.
p. 96. Folding mirror illustration of Togetherness for 1955 book Bottom of My Garden.
p. 106. Warhol used camouflage designs from 1986.
p.113. Warhol had Drella nickname, for cross between Dracula and Cinderella. Carl Andre: ‘Andy Warhol was the perfect mirror of his time, and without doubt the artist we deserved.’
p. 115. Warhol quote: ‘At the end of my days, when I die, I want no trace of me to remain. And I want to leave nothing behind… I want my machinery to vanish.’
p.117. Ancestral family home in Mikova, Slovakia. Read just before visiting Slovakia in XaW Files on 26/1/15 – with two episodes for Czech and Slovakia left.
Andy Warhol book by Isabel Kuhn.