“I am a deeply superficial person.”
Warhol maintained mystery from birth to the grave. Making up different backstories every time he was asked.
In 1961, he introduced the concept of Pop Art and showing a collection that focused on commercial products.
In 1964, Warhol opened ‘The Factory’ where he idealized the elite. The world was enthralled with the Pop Art movement. However, all the attention wasn’t positive.
Warhol also delved into sculpting, and even in television.
His legacy lives and his work are some of the most expensive in history. His visuals will forever be present no matter what decade.
Controversy & Color.