Monday, July 22, 2019

Meet Andy at SFMOMA


I was at the San Francsico Museum of Modern Art and they had an exhibit featuring the work of Andy Warhol. I have really not studied Andy Warhol much but I found this exhibit so very interesting:














I had really never looked at Andy Warhol's work in a serious manner but the way SFMOMA presented this exhibit it really made me look at his work in a different light.

21 comments:

  1. I heard about this. I want to see this.

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  2. Fun! We went to the Andy Warhol museum when we were in Pittsburgh. It was fascinating!

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  3. Looks like a fascinating experience. I haven't studied Warhol's works either, but now I'm curious.

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  4. This would have been a great experience. His art was so of the time. #MLSTL

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  5. Hello my friend, I'm baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack! I was so sick.. I cannot begin to tell you. I had a disease called C-Diff and man I prayed to God to please make me better because I don't wish that disease on anyone, but Satan himself. I missed you on Monday honey was you sick too or was you busy or PARTEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEING??? hehehehehe Have a great day! hugs

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  6. Ooops sooooooooooooooooo sorry! You got some great pics here. Thanks for sharing. My favorite I guess is Liz... no wait ummmm Pop Op Rock etc and SUPERMANNNNNN! WOO HOO! LATER MY FRIEND! HUGS

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  7. There are some iconic Warhol pics in here Patrick - the soup can, Marilyn and some others. Also a few I didn't recognize.
    Thanks for linking up with us at MLSTL and I've shared on my SM :)

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  8. I never quite understood his art, but some of them are my type. Thanks for the photos.

    I'm so glad you linked up at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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  9. According to Andy, everyone will be famous for 5 minutes. I'll still waiting for my 5 but I do enjoy his bright art.

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  10. I like his works. I have studied him. The artist Basquiat worked on some of his pieces. Warhol didn't like to get his hands dirty. The movie "Basquiat" has Warhol as a character in it. He's played by David Bowie.

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  11. Andy Warhol has such a distinctive style, doesn't he, Patrick? Even those who aren't art enthusiasts would recognise his quirky work. Thanks for sharing at #MLSTL and enjoy the rest of your week.

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  12. What fun great photos of them

    Have an artistictastic week :-)

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  13. I'm a Warhol fan. I love the photos!

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  14. I also saw an Andy Warhol exhibit almost by chance years ago in Las Vegas. I truly enjoyed it. I hadn't thought about that experience in a while. Thanks for triggering that happy memory.

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  15. I would love to visit this museum! I love Andy Warhol's whimsical style!

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  16. Lucky you, to have attended this exhibition at MOMA! So glad to see you featuring Andy Warhol's work. I'm a huge fan of his. Some of the most influential pieces of modern art came from him.
    Thank you for joining us this week, P. Have a blessed rest of the week.

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  17. I find Andy Warhol's photos interesting I am not sure I get him. His style is different.

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  18. How fun. I would have enjoyed this.

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    Have a fabulous day, Patrick. ♪♫♪♫

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  19. Amazing how familiar so many of these images are ... truely part of our culture. Fascinating #BloggerClubUK

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  20. I'm with you - I never looked at Andy Warhol's work in a serious manner, either... thank you for showing the awesomeness that his talent truly was. :)

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  21. Thank you for sharing at #ThursdayFavoriteThings. Pinned and shared

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