The genius of Andy Warhol didn’t stop at the visual arts. A pioneering Pop mind, he saw and thoroughly exploited the gaps that lay between the concept of talent—that which is genuine—and the fictions of celebrity and success. His point here is characteristically dry: the hallmark of American celebrity is the acceptance of anyone and anything—moral implications be damned.
This digital reproduction print is created with vibrant colorfast inks. Framed in black polystyrene. Mounting hardware not included.