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Andy Warhol The Last Decade at The BROOKLYN MUSEUM

August 8, 2010

James Kalm was given full access to record this walk through of Andy Warhol: The Last Decade, and wishes to thank the Brooklyn Museum of Art for the privilege. It’s been nearly a quarter century since Andy’s death, but his visage within the art world has never been more prominent. As one of the most influential artists of the Twentieth Century, he’s been credited with everything from the founding of Pop Art to social networking to developing self promotion to the highest of art forms. This massive show is loaded with documentary artifacts and presents many never before seen works from Warhol’s late “abstract” series and his collaborative works with Jean-Michel Basquiat and Francisco Clemente. The exhibition was organized by the Milwaukee Art Museum.

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