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Andy warhol

The iconic powder blue and hot pink portrait of Marilyn Monroe becomes one of the world’s most expensive oeuvres.
On a strip of green tape fastened to the back of the painting Warhol wrote, probably with a black Sharpie pen: "To Truman Love Andy ’78."
There's a Warhol takeover under 14th Street.
Featuring some 300 works, it's Warhol's first career retrospective in America in 30 years.
Warhol reportedly paid $150 a month when he rented the 5,000 square-foot space back in 1962.
The film portraits will show for 3 minutes every night in May.
Some of never before been seen by the public.
Fifty years ago, Andy Warhol filmed the Empire State Building for over six hours.
Warhol's panels were installed on April 15th, a week before the World's Fair opening, but washed out with silver paint days later after some higher ups objected.
The works include photos of the World Trade Center and Statue of Liberty plus sketches.
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