Joseph Beuys trifft Andy Warhol



Andy Warhol und Joseph Beuys lernten sich „offiziell“ am 18. Mai 1979 in der Galerie Denise René/Hans Mayer in Düsseldorf kennen.
Siehe auch die Google+ Seite zum Kanal mit zahlreichen Artikeln, Hinweisen und Aktuellem zu Joseph Beuys: https://plus.google.com/+beuystv

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Andy Warhol at the Villa By Barton G., 1980



Andy Warhol toured South Beach and the Amsterdam Palace in 1980, while in Miami for his exhibition “Jews of the 20th Century” at Lowe Art Museum. The Amsterdam Palace was later renovated by Gianni Versace, and is now operated as The Villa by Barton G.

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Eric Doeringer – Empire (after Andy Warhol) Part 1 of 12



On the night of July 25/26, 1964, Andy Warhol shot his 8-hour film “Empire” from the 41st floor of the Time Life Building in New York City. I shot my version on the night of July 25/26, 2012, from a rooftop in Brooklyn. Both films begin around 8 pm, shortly before dusk, with shooting wrapping up around 2 am the next day. As with most of Warhol’s silent films, the footage is played back at a slower speed than it was recorded, accounting for the final 8-hour run time.

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Andy Warhol full video.wmv



Greg Percy, art educator and musician, created a the musical collection “Songs in the Key of Art,” to teach students about the visual arts. I have added a visual element to Percy’s songs and use them in my own classroom. The kids love singing along. Check out Percy’s website to hear more and purchase the collection. http://www.songsinthekeyofart.com/

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