Andy Warhol The Last Decade at The BROOKLYN MUSEUM

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


Andy Warhol’s Pop Art delights thousands of Chileans

Now through Oct. 15, an exhibit at the Palacio de La Moneda Cultural Center features the work of artist Andy Warhol. The show has been a resounding success, drawing capacity crowds of art lovers keen to see the itinerant exhibit before it closes.

The collection of 228 artworks from the Andy Warhol Museum, in the U.S. city of Pittsburgh, highlights the bold, innovative contributions of one of the foremost pioneers of pop art.



Avant-garde pop art mini musical:WARNING Might scare kids! This should be on a 20 foot HDTV on the wall of some great art museum in the pop art section right next to Andy Warhol ‘ s Tomato can…new wave Christian song. Hard rock Jesus song. Love Jesus song. Brilliant Jesus song.


Flesh for Frankenstein (1973)

Andy Warhol version of Frankenstein Rated R. 1973.

In Serbia, Baron Frankenstein lives with the Baroness and their two children.

Trailers for Italy / France / USA co-productions. Flesh for Frankenstein. Director: Paul Morrissey, Antonio ghereti Starred: Udo Kier, Joe Dallesandro DVD: Widely released Blood.

Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey 1973 Production. Full Feature Spacevision 3D amber-Blue. This is a theatrical release from PAL To ntsc wide screen. Amber-Blue glasses are available from Amazon.