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Andy Warhol Podcasts

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42 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Andy Warhol. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Andy Warhol, often where they are interviewed.

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42 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Andy Warhol. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Andy Warhol, often where they are interviewed.

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"The Philosophy of Andy Warhol"

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EPISODE 1!!! Welcome!! In this first official instalment of "I think this is interesting" Ethan explores a couple pages from Andy Warhol's Book The Philosophy of Andy Warhol (From A to B and back again).  Enjoy!

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Oct 18 2020 · 20mins
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The Last Hours Of... Andy Warhol

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He rose from an immigrant family in Pittsburgh to become the trail-blazing leader of the 1960’s pop art movement. Andy Warhol was on the cutting edge of everything – from painting to film, from sculpture to music – and images like his famed Campbell’s Soup Can helped define American popular culture. Yet even as a superstar, he remained an enigmatic and controversial figure. On February 22, 1987 the most famous living artist died unexpectedly in a New York hospital, at the age of 58. Now renowned forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Hunter is reopening the case into Andy Warhol’s mysterious death. Next week… “Taxi” star, Jeff Conaway. Dr. Hunter reveals what killed the famed sitcom actor. We’ll drop a new Autopsy podcast every Wednesday. 

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Aug 19 2020 · 50mins

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Andy Warhol and Theology of Contemporary Art with Jonathan Anderson

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Jonathan Anderson, associate professor of art at Biola University, is currently pursuing a PhD in theology and religious studies. He joins us to discuss contemporary art and its theological implications. The conversation ranges from Christological approaches in art to the best artists currently dealing with theological themes.

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Jun 01 2020 · 1hr 8mins
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Hanging with Nicole Dezelon from The Andy Warhol Museum

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Andy Warhol is one of the most influential artists from the 20th century and was a leader in the mid-century Pop Art movement. He blurred the lines of commercial and fine art and completely redefined how we see art in today's modern world. Craft Hangout was lucky to score a hang with Nicole Dezelon from The Andy Warhol Museum. She generously shared insight on Warhol's life, art, legacy and the inside scoop on his processes. She also described cool details about the museum's incredible education department. This episode is chock full of inspo, so we hope you enjoy it! (P.S. Who wants to take a trip with us to The Andy Warhol Museum when social distancing is lifted???)

Check out Nicole and The Andy Warhol Museum online:

Website: https://www.warhol.org/

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/thewarholmuseum

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May 25 2020 · 54mins
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Andy Warhol, Banksy Album Covers Featured in Virtual Exhibition

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Cranbrook Art Museum's newest exhibition features album covers designed by famous artists. It's a step for the museum in learning to reach audiences without the benefit of physical attendance.
May 12 2020 ·
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Blake Gopnik on his big, beautiful, new biography of Andy Warhol

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Blake Gopnik is an American/Canadian art critic who has lived in New York City since 2011 writing about art for Newsweek, the Daily Beast, The New York Times and others. From 2000 to 2010 he was chief art critic at The Washington Post, prior to which he was arts editor and critic for the Globe and Mail in Toronto. He has a doctorate in art history from Oxford University, and has written on aesthetic topics ranging from design to food, fashion to beer. He is the author of Warhol, a big new biography of the American Pop artist Andy Warhol ( Ecco, 2020), which is what we talk about, computer to computer, here. Topics covered include the practice of biography, Robert Caro, police violence and homosexuals, Warhol: genius and/or jerk? Window dressing, the Factory, shoes, silk-screening, commercial versus fine art, Pop Art, Robert Hughes and stupidity, film, the Empire State Building, banality, Tolstoy, sweeping polemics, controversy, playing dumb and much more. 

May 11 2020 · 1hr 8mins
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Andy Warhol

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How and why did American artist Andy Warhol blast 20th century norms out of the window to make art a reflection of our banal everyday? Was he the reason art became a money-making business from the 80s onwards? And is he the reason we're obsessed with documenting our lives on Youtube and Instagram?! Join Anna and Billy with their excellent guest Tom for your first ever BFTP from Covid quarantine.
Apr 12 2020 · 31mins
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Tony Zanetta - talking Andy Warhol, David Bowie, Pork & much much more

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Tony Zanetta - talking Andy Warhol, David Bowie, Pork & much much more

Tony Zanetta is a foundational gure in the history of 1960s and ’70s underground New York and London, and thereafter a secret in uence on all the androgyny in punk and rock music, the radical queerness in theater, the marrying of camp and pomp on stage and in lm... all the multifarious worlds that sprang up—and that continue to do so— lled with inspiration from those heady times. Zanetta was an actor in the off-off-Broadway movement that gained full force in the radical theater of the Play-House of the Ridiculous and Company One (Through Seven). He was present as the habitués of the original Silver Factory speed-rapped at Max’s Kansas City. Later, he saw the nascent punk scene taking form at the Mercer Arts Center. He starred as the man himself in Andy Warhol’s 1971 play Pork, a New York sensation that traveled to London, where it was digested whole by Hunky Dory–era David Bowie. Soon, Zanetta found himself tour-managing Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust global tour. As Bowie and Zanetta became con dants, he and other Pork stars formed the nucleus of MainMan, the production company whose clients included Bowie, Iggy Pop, Dana Gillespie, and Mott the Hoople.

The conversation below is excerpted from a larger body of interviews between Zanetta and the writer Steve Lafreniere. Here, Steve and Tony talk at length about the through line of New York underground theater, the bisexual chic of Bowie and the New York Dolls, and the radical queens of days gone by.

Mar 19 2020 · 1hr 2mins
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Marc Balet on a Decade With Andy Warhol, Why Listening Is the Key to Great Work, and the Importance of Delivering on What You Promise

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Does your major mean anything? The answer is no, and especially not when an opportunity to work with Andy Warhol presents itself. At 22 years old, Marc Balet won the Prix de Rome in architecture and was offered a solo show at the Whitney Museum of Art. But despite his exceptional talent, Marc had no interest in being an architect. Clueless as to what he wanted to do, he couldn't find a job. Through a fortuitous meeting in Rome, Marc befriended the renowned writer, Fran Lebowitz, who pushed Marc to ask Andy Warhol if he could be the art director at Interview magazine. Andy said yes, and the rest, as they say, is history. From working at the Factory to launching the careers of some of the most significant fashion talents in the world, you'll hear the incredible stories of a time gone by. This episode is like going back in time in the most magical way. You will feel what it was like to be a creative under the Father of Pop Art. You'll learn why listening is the key to great work, how nothing beats in-person presentation, and why you need to deliver on what you say you will. PSA: Check out this episode's post on Instagram @alizalichtxo for an amazing visual aid!

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Mar 01 2020 · 35mins
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Makers: Bonnie Siegler: Chasing Andy Warhol, Signs of Resistance, and the Gift of Certainty

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This week on The Spark File, Susan and Laura get to talk to Bonnie Siegler, graphic designer of all things — books, TV shows, editorial, brand logos — and author of “signs of resistance” and “dear client”.  Discussing everything from the beauty of “I notice” and “I wonder” to the inspiration of andy warhol to a fierce love of history, Bonnie shares the inspiration behind her work and how she uses her design superpowers for the good of all.

Feb 13 2020 · 51mins