Warhols Sunday B.Morning Edition
Andy Warhol (1928–1987) was a co-founder and perhaps the most important exponent of American pop art. Everyday objects, people from public life and even the news were elevated to art and immortalized as iconic representations. Warhol greatly varies the colorfulness of his subject, always staging it in a new way.
He became most famous for his image series of Marilyn Monroe, flowers, and Campbell’s Soups.