Short movies (Kiss) Part 2 – Andy Warhol – by Film&Clips



Short movies (Kiss) Part 1 – Andy Warhol – by Film&Clips

How did Andy Warhol separate himself from others Pop Artists? Simply, he took the imagery of the everyday Americana and had it mass produced graphically as Art. His breakthrough was the ability to act, produce work by the suggestions of others, and his genius was his timing. This immediacy of the present gave his work relevancy.

Mr. Warhol understood his weakness in areas where his skill as a painter seemed mediocre, and he devised a technique of mechanically reproducing images that were equally similar to the style in which he was attempting to emulate. And through the technique of silk-screening and photography his craftsmanship as a graphic designer produced work that was clean and precise #AndyWarhol

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ANDY WARHOL INTERVIEW (1966) | Revolver Gallery



In this extended interview from 1966, Andy Warhol is asked to discuss about his art, what he think of people’s perception about him, his new exhibition and his career in filmmaking. Andy’s interviews are always amusing to watch since he is such a peculiar figure. In this one, it is no different, he begins the interview saying, “I hate to go to museums and see pictures of Warhol because they look so important and they don’t really mean anything”. Check out some of the questions:

“People think of you as the perfect pop artist without even knowing what that means or what your work is about. There is something that I think should be explained to the public which has a certain impression of you and I’m not sure that it’s the one that you would want them to have. It’s that true?”

“Before you started the silk screen you made a number of paintings and comic strips. Right?”

“You made some other paintings of things that weren’t made mechanically?”

“A lot of people are inclined to put you down because they could say that your work has a certain distance, its mechanical and you don’t really make it.. And yet like everyone when you start to talk about it the things you say are about really caring, you want people lives to be better.”

“You never in any of your work have ever really said anything about you, you don’t want that to happen, do you?”

“Well Andy do you have any thoughts at all that people like the idea of just watching you sitting in a chair?”

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MORE VIDEOS ▹

Andy Warhol On Superstar Edie Sedgwick → http://youtu.be/d5QgIeVVaFY
Superstar “Baby Jane” Holzer in Andy Warhol Screen Test → http://youtu.be/qYdsALtuBFI
BMW M1 Art Car by Andy Warhol → http://youtu.be/NvYaVutKsWs
Andy Warhol Interview (1996) → http://youtu.be/PvItHl7ZGes

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MARY WORONOV’S SCREEN TEST BY ANDY WARHOL | Revolver Gallery



Between 1964 to 1966, Andy Warhol shot over 500 silent, slow-motion films on 16mm black-and-white portraits depicting the lives of popular individuals who frequented the factory, including Bob Dylan, Lou Reed, Rufus Collins, Edie Sedgwick, Allen Ginsberg and Nico. Warhol’s films were motivated by his fascination with individuals and his desire to capture the actual experience of living.

Mary Woronov is an American actress, and is known as a “cult star” because of the work she did with Andy Warhol. Seemingly, Woronov was one of Warhol’s favorite superstars, as he features her in Chelsea Girls and as a whip-dancer during Velvet Underground shows. With light only shedding on half of her face, she remains calm and stern as she stares into the camera, until the very end, where she sheds a slight smile.

Andy Warhol, Screen Test: Mary Woronov, 1966, 16mm film, black and white, silent, 4 minutes at 16 frames per second.

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Andy Warhol In London – Interview → http://youtu.be/paQtSOIfBbw
Fred Hughes On Andy Warhol → http://youtu.be/_yOjVErm-aM
Warhol’s Screen Test of Bob Dylan → http://youtu.be/peEtStgHEXM
Andy Warhol & Superstar Brigid Berlin Interview → http://youtu.be/m4N4y03nUys

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I Love Warhol: Andy Warhol 1971 Interview on Comic Books



Interviewer: “Do you ever bother to read about these great interpretations about your work? Back in 1961 or 1962, similar artists worked very independently but evolved the same attitude. Does it seem odd to you that you all looked at the world in the same way?”

Andy shares his thoughts on reading a lot of comic books and it “just happened” to come out as it did.

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PAUL AMERICA’S SCREEN TEST BY ANDY WARHOL | Revolver Gallery



Between 1964 to 1966, Andy Warhol shot over 500 silent, slow-motion films on 16mm black-and-white portraits depicting the lives of popular individuals who frequented the factory, including Bob Dylan, Lou Reed, Rufus Collins, Edie Sedgwick, Allen Ginsberg and Nico. Warhol’s films were motivated by his fascination with individuals and his desire to capture the actual experience of living.

His real name was Paul Johnson, but changed his name to Paul America, encouraged by Warhol. Paul America found himself at Warhol’s Factory as an actor for My Hustler (1965). This screen test depicts the life of Paul America by showing his happy and cocky behavior, as he is constantly licking his lips, chewing gum, and both blinking and looking around.

Andy Warhol, Screen Test: Paul America, 1965, 16mm film, black and white, silent, 4 minutes at 16 frames per second.

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MORE VIDEOS ▹

Andy Warhol Eats a Burger King Whopper→ http://youtu.be/Dsmp5gwniuw
Andy Warhol: A Different Idea of Love → http://youtu.be/IHbWcMxCtR0
Warhol Superstar Candy Darling in “Flesh” → http://youtu.be/RiGTxO6QI7E
Superstar Nico by Andy Warhol – “I’ll Be Your Mirror” → http://youtu.be/GH_YLKwbpf8

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RICHARD BERLIN INTERVIEWS FRANK ZAPPA ON ANDY WARHOL’S TV (1983) | Revolver Gallery



In this clip from Andy Warhol’s TV in 1983, Andy Warhol sits quietly while Richard Berlin interviews Frank Zappa. When Richard Berlin, who is a big fan of Zappa, knew that he was going to be in New York, he flew in to interview his idol at The Factory’s boardroom. Berlin asks Zappa about his fans and how he copes with it. Zappa then discusses stories about crazy fans and his experience with them.

Andy Warhol wrote an entry on the interview in The Andy Warhol Diaries on June 26, 1983:
“Frank Zappa came to be interviewed for out TV show and I think that after the interview I hated Zappa even more than when it started. I remember when he was so mean o us when the Mothers of Invention played with the Velvet Underground – I think both at the Trip, in L.A, and at the Fillmore in San Francisco. I hated him then and I still don’t like him. And he was awfully strange about Moon. I said how great she was, and he said, “Listen, I created her.I invented her.” Like, “She’s nothing, it’s all me.” And i mean, if it were my daughter I would be saying, “Gee, she’s so smart,” but he’s taking all the credit. It was peculiar.”

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MORE VIDEOS ▹

Andy Warhol Creates a Screenprint → http://youtu.be/o-TCgPu4VuA
Andy Warhol Eats a Burger King Whopper→ http://youtu.be/Dsmp5gwniuw
David Bowie on Andy Warhol → http://youtu.be/tXq372Mp9Tw
Andy Warhol & The Exploding Plastic Inevitable → http://youtu.be/2BS0vAkMt8k

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