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Dali & Beyond Film Series: Andy Warhol: A Documentary Film, Part 2

Saturday, Apr. 12th, 1:00PM–3:00PM
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ANDY WARHOL – a riveting and often deeply moving film portrait of the most famous and famously controversial artist of the second half of the twentieth century is the first to explore the complete spectrum of Warhola’s astonishing artistic output, stretching across five decades from the late 1940s to his untimely death in 1987. Combining powerful on-camera interviews and rare still and motion picture footage, it is also the first to put Warhol himself – his humble family background and formative experiences in Pittsburgh, and his crucial apprenticeship as a commercial artist in New York – back into the presentation of his life. (PBS, 2006, 119 min; Not Rated)

Cost: Free to all. Refreshments for sale in Cafe Gala (Refreshments not permitted in theater)

 

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