Tuesday, November 30, 2010

«I LIKE MONEY ON THE WALL»

THE HAGUE — An Andy Warhol portrait of Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands fetched 400,000 euros Tuesday when it went under the hammer in Amsterdam, the auctioneers Christie's said."The picture was sold for 409,000 euros (around 530,000 dollars) to bidders from the Triton foundation", spokesman Maarten van Gijn told AFP, referring to a Dutch body which organises exhibitions.The 1985 portrait was part of a series by the late pop artist known as the "Reigning Queens" which also includes Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, Queen Margrethe II of Denmark and Queen Ntombi Twala Of Swaziland. The portrait will go on display at Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum, the spokesman said.

«MUSCLES ARE GREAT;EVERYBODY SHOULD HAVE AT LEAST ONE THAT THEY CAN SHOW OFF»

GOOD CATHOLIC BOY:

«But I'm a Catholic. Being catholic is just being honest and serious and nice. Isn't everybody?»

-Andy Warhol
Interview magazine
April 1978

Monday, November 29, 2010

WARHOLIAN QUOTE OF THE DAY

«If civilization had been left in female hands we would still be living in grass huts.»

-Camille Paglia

«LAND REALLY IS THE BEST ART»

«I JUST READ EVERYTHING»

Madonna was a “weirdo” at school, and felt “isolated and alienated” from the other children. The ‘Celebration’ singer spoke out against bullying, when she appeared on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ on US TV. She told the host how she could sympathise with young people who feel alone, saying: “I can totally relate to the idea of feeling isolated and alienated. I was incredibly lonely as a child, as a teenager. I have to say I never felt like I fit in, in school. I wasn’t a jock. I wasn’t an intellectual. There was no group that I felt a part of. I just felt like a weirdo.”

SO MANY MORE BEAUTIES

«I think it's because there's no war that we see so many more beauties. There's a great american look now. Movies and soap operas are making everybody beautiful»

-Andy Warhol
Interview magazine
Nov 1982 p.33

Saturday, November 27, 2010

YOUTH WITHOUT COCKINESS IS NO YOUTH AT ALL

WARHOLIAN QUOTE OF THE DAY

Aging gracefully is supposed to mean trying not to hide time passing and just looking a wreck. Don't worry girls, look like a wreck, that's the way it goes.

-Jeanne Moreau

«POP ART IS FOR EVERYONE»

Robin Hall, the executive producer of the parade, said in a telephone interview that Mr. Murakami was one of a handful of artists Macy’s sought out when it started its series of balloons designed by internationally recognized artists in 2005.
The parade, Mr. Hall said, “is a snapshot of American culture.” While much of its roster is dedicated to readily identifiable figures like SpongeBob SquarePants and Dora the Explorer, he said, “I do believe there’s room in this parade — and have always believed this — for high art.”In that spirit the sculptor Tom Otterness created a Humpty Dumpty balloon for Macy’s in 2005, depicting that nursery-rhyme character suspended upside-down in a perpetual tumble. In 2007 the parade added a shimmering silver rabbit designed by Jeff Koons, and the following year incorporated a giant Keith Haring figure holding up a heart, to mark what would have been the artist’s 50th birthday.

-New York Times

Friday, November 26, 2010

«BEAUTY IS A SIGN OF INTELLIGENCE»

IMAGINARY DIARIES OF A POP ARTIST: ECONOMICS

November 28 2010

Gee, I don't understand. Everybody's talking about how Warren Buffet said trickle down economics doesn't work. It does work. I mean, If you have 1 billion you just buy some $50 millions abstract expressionism painting and it «trickle down» on the wall of your Park Avenue appartment.

WARHOLIAN QUOTE OF THE DAY

«As a teenager you are at the last stage in your life when you will be happy to hear that the phone is for you.»

-Fran Lebowitz

Thursday, November 25, 2010

«MUSCLES ARE GREAT;EVERYBODY SHOULD HAVE AT LEAST ONE THAT THEY CAN SHOW OFF»

«THERE IS NO COUNTRY IN THE WORLD THAT LOVES «RIGHT NOW» LIKE AMERICA DOES»

Justin Timberlake says he will return to music.

-Next!

HOLLYWOOD 2010

«That's what I miss in actors and actresses now-they don't have glamorous voices»

-Andy Warhol

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

«THAT'S WHY COMIC BOOK HEROS ARE GREAT. THEY DON'T HAVE TO GO TO THE BATHROOM»

POST WARHOL PREDICTION: IN THE FUTURE AN UPSCALE ART GALLERY WILL SELL CUSTOMIZED DANCE POLES BY JEFF KOONS & DAMIEN HIRST

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STEVE JOBS AND APPLE COMPUTER (WITH KEITH HARING & ANDY WARHOL)

The Interview was all but complete when I met Jobs at a celebrity-filled birthday party for a youngster in New York City. As the evening progressed, I wandered around to discover that Jobs had gone off with the nine-year-old birthday boy to give him the gift he’d brought from California: a Macintosh computer. As I watched, he showed the boy how to sketch with the machine’s graphics program. Two other party guests wandered into the room and looked over Jobs’s shoulder. ‘Hmmm,’ said the first, Andy Warhol. ‘What is this? Look at this, Keith. This is incredible!’ The second guest, Keith Haring, the graffiti artist whose work now commands huge prices, went over. Warhol and Haring asked to take a turn at the Mac, and as I walked away, Warhol had just sat down to manipulate the mouse. ‘My God!’ he was saying, ‘I drew a circle!’But more revealing was the scene after the party. Well after the other guests had gone, Jobs stayed to tutor the boy on the fine points of using the Mac. Later, I asked him why he had seemed happier with the boy than with the two famous artists. His answer seemed unrehearsed to me: ‘Older people sit down and ask, “What is it?” but the boy asks, “What can I do with it?”‘

-Playboy magazine
February 1985

«I NEVER READ I JUST LOOK AT PICTURES»

«SHOPPING IS MORE AMERICAN THAN THINKING»

All this without ever leaving your house! Do be careful. Shopping on eBay is highly addictive.

-EBAY

Monday, November 22, 2010

THE BEST WAY TO WATCH THE OSCARS CEREMONY

«I always wonder-when people are actors and actresses and they get an Academy Award and they have to run up and get it, are they acting when they accept it?»

-Andy Warhol
Interview magazine
November 1977 p.18

IT'S USELESS TO BE YOUNG WITHOUT BEING BEAUTIFUL AND VICE VERSA....

POST WARHOL PREDICTION: IN THE FUTURE LADY GAGA WILL LAUNCH A NEW FRAGRANCE CALLED «POLYAMOROUS»

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«THINGS SHOULD BE MORE SEXUAL»

Penthouse, started by Bob Guccione in England in 1965, took a different approach. Women looked indirectly at the camera, as if they were going about their private idylls. This change of emphasis was influential in erotic depictions of women. Penthouse was also the first magazine to publish pictures that included pubic hair and full frontal nudity, both of which were considered beyond the bounds of the erotic and in the realm of pornography at the time. In the late 1960s, magazines began to move into more explicit displays often focusing on the buttocks as standards of what could be legally depicted and what readers wanted to see changed. By the 1970s, they were focusing on the pubic area and eventually, by the 1990s, featured sexual penetration, lesbianism and homosexuality, group sex, masturbation, and fetishes in the more hard-core magazines such as Hustler.Magazines for every taste and fetish were soon created due to the low cost of producing them. Magazines for the gay community flourished, the most notable and one of the first being Physique Pictorial, started in 1951 by Bob Mizer when his attempt to sell the services of male models; however, Athletic Model Guild photographs of them failed. It was published in black and white, in a very clear yet photographic manner celebrating the male form and was published for nearly 50 years. The magazine was innovative in its use of props and costumes to depict the now standard gay icons like cowboys, gladiators and sailors.

www.all-art.org

Sunday, November 21, 2010

ANDY WARHOL ON BOXERS: «THEY'RE BEAUTIFUL YOUNG KIDS»

JERSEY SHORE......BEFORE «JERSEY SHORE»!

«And one summer I was away and lived at the Jersey Shore for the whole summer because my parents refused let me go work there. So I just did it anyway».

-Keith Haring

TAPE RECORDER

«When Watergate happened I didn't know whether Nixon copied me or whether I copied Nixon. I had to stop taping for a while».

-Andy Warhol

«I THINK EVERYONE SHOULD BE BUGGED ALL THE TIME...BUGGED AND PHOTOGRAPHED»

PHILOSOPHY FOR THE 21st CENTURY: ART MARKET

Among world's billionaires, pop art is the new impressionism.

À LA LENNY BRUCE

Baseball: goyim
Basketball: jewish, jewish, jewish
Football : jewish
Soccer: goyim
Tennis: jewish
Golf: goyim, goyim, goyim
Hockey: goyim
Rugby: jewish
Muhamad Ali: goyim
Muhamad Ali talking: jewish

Saturday, November 20, 2010

«I LIKE EVERYBODY'S ART»

POST WARHOL PREDICTION: JEWISH MAG: IS CHINA REFUSING TO BOOST ITS CURRENCY VALUE GOOD FOR THE JEWS?

«THERE SHOULD BE COURSE IN FIRST GRADE ON LOVE»

«This is really sort of taboo in society-people never thought that children had any sexual ideas at all. In fact children are highly sexual. They don't have to fuck each other, but they obviously have sexual ideas»

-Mick Jagger
Interview magazine
Dec 1972 p.12

Friday, November 19, 2010

THOSE GREAT RICHARD BERNSTEIN COVERS

Richard’s Interview covers made him a magnet. Henry Geldzahler, (the late, wildly influential Metropolitan Museum of Art curator, critic and public official whose  name was synonymous with the art scene in New York for three decades, the man who influenced and publicized the careers of painters like Willem de Kooning, Jasper Johns, Larry Rivers, Frank Stella, Andy Warhol, and David Hockney said of Richard: ‘…Take his Interview (Magazine) covers, for instance, for which he(Richard) gained his greatest notice, the difficulty there was to stand in for Andy Warhol’s own trademarked portrait style without either betraying it or parodying it. It is exactly this ‘difficulty,’ this conundrum that Richard faces so successfully. His Interview cover paintings quote Warhol’s style without aping it...’

-www.richardbernstein.us

IT'S USELESS TO BE YOUNG WITHOUT BEING BEAUTIFUL AND VICE VERSA....

IN CONVERSATION WITH CHER

Cher: In Los Angeles it's so different. No one wants you to succeed, no one wants to say anything good about you.

Warhol: Everybody puts everybody down their face there.

Cher: It's terrible.

Warhol: At least they do it behind your back in New York


-Interview magazine
May 1982 p.32

WARHOLIAN QUOTE OF THE DAY

«Women need a reason to have sex. Men just need a place»

-Billy Chrystal

«MY FAVORITE THING TO BUY IS UNDERWEAR»

«GOOD BUSINESS IS THE BEST ART»

ROY Lichtenstein's 1964 painting Ohhh … Alright … has sold for a record $US42.6 million, soaring past his previous auction peak of $16.3 million.The late pop artist's comic-strip-inspired rendering of a pouty redhead, once owned by actor and art collector Steve Martin, was sold by American casino magnate Steve Wynn. The painting comes from a series of breakthrough works Lichtenstein created using images from comic books.Many of the paintings feature stock female types, often paired with a dialogue bubble. Though the work was an instant commercial hit, with the $US4000 canvases flying off the walls at New York's Leo Castelli Gallery, the artist's brazenly banal subject matter and mechanical Benday-dot style irked the mainstream.In 1964, Life magazine ran an article about Lichtenstein headlined: ''Is he the worst artist in the US?''

The Age
November 12 2010

Thursday, November 18, 2010

«I JUST READ EVERYTHING»

«The older I get and the moreI learn about sex, the more I know I don't know anything at all. Sex is more mysterious today than it was the day I started»

-Norman Mailer
Playboy magazine
january 1968 p.82

«I NEVER READ I JUST LOOK AT PICTURES»

WALL STREET

«A flippant remark by Warhol sums it up. «Art is anything you can get away with». The same goes for Wall Street.

-Forbes
Nov 18 2010

«THERE IS NO COUNTRY IN THE WORLD THAT LOVES «RIGHT NOW» LIKE AMERICA DOES»

Susan Boyle celebrates record-breaking hits.

Next!

Monday, November 15, 2010

«I ALWAYS THOUGHT COWBOYS LOOKED LIKE HUSTLERS. THAT'S NICE»

NANCY REAGAN

-Andy Warhol: But people are dressed a lot better now than they were»

-Calvin Klein: You think that's because of Mrs Reagan?»

-Andy Warhol : «Oh, yes»

-Interview magazine
December 1982 p.40

«IT'S CALLED GOSSIP AND OF COURSE IT'S AN OBSESSION OF MINE»

Dennis Hopper's art sold for 10 millions at auction.

Saturday, November 13, 2010

YOUTH WITHOUT COCKINESS IS NO YOUTH AT ALL

POST WARHOL PREDICTION: CELEB MAG: JEN TO POLE DANCE AT BRAD'S NEXT BIRTHDAY! ANGELINA COLLAPSE!

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WARHOLIAN QUOTE OF THE DAY

«Tolerance the function of an extinguished ardor-tolerance cannot seduce the young»

-Cioran

«KIDS ARE THE ONES WHO FALL IN LOVE»

«THERE IS NO COUNTRY IN THE WORLD THAT LOVES «RIGHT NOW» LIKE AMERICA DOES»

Madonna replace by Victoria's models for Dolce & Gabbana.

-Next!

Friday, November 12, 2010

«GOOD BUSINESS IS THE BEST ART»

/PRNewswire/ -- artnet Auctions offers continuous online auctions of fine art, prints and photographs. There is currently an outstanding collection by leading contemporary artists like Christo, Robert Graham, Damian Hirst, Andy Warhol and others on offer. Untitled (Inverted Crucifix), 1984, by Keith Haring is the top lot in the sale. This 60 x 60 inch painting in day-glo orange acrylic is offered in pristine condition for the serious collector (estimate: $850,000-$1,200,000). Other contemporary highlights include a blackboard painting by Neo-Expressionist David Salle (estimate: $9,500-$14,500), an oil painting by Russian contemporary artist Alexander Kosolapov (estimate: $40,000-$50,000), and a fabulous and rarely-seen suite of 30 screenprints in grey, on Japanese ragpaper, 1973, by American minimalist Agnes Martin (estimate: $150,000-$200,000).

«I NEVER READ I JUST LOOK AT PICTURES»

POST WARHOL PREDICTION: JEWISH MAG: IS DAMIEN HIRST GOOD FOR THE JEWS?

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Thursday, November 11, 2010

«I JUST READ EVERYTHING»

In market terms, there are Pop Art works important for their rarity, originality or quality, such as Warhol's giant prints of Marilyn, Elvis and Mao, and his car crash pictures or Lichtenstein's comic-book paintings. But much of what one might call the diffusion market in contemporary art seems to rest on the taste of a very few collectors, such as Peter Brant, Philippe Niarchos and Steve Wynn, and on dealers, such as Larry Gagosian and Jose Mugrabi, who are strongly committed to particular artists. Indeed, Mr. Mugrabi, who sold "Men in Her Life" on Monday, bought a "Jackie" for $1.65 million and a "Marilyn" for $4.45 million later in the week. Such "support" has been likened to dollar-averaging in equities or as an indication of faith that the work and its value will endure and grow; the more cynical see it as a deliberate distortion of the market. Whether Pop Art remains the gold standard of the art world, or collapses like the subprime-mortgage market, it has become what Warhol prophesied and intended: the dominant global consumer brand. Will it be as enduring as Campbell's Soup or Coca-Cola? Time will tell

-Wall Street Journal

«MUSCLES ARE GREAT;EVERYBODY SHOULD HAVE AT LEAST ONE THAT THEY CAN SHOW OFF»

«OH, ART IS TOO HARD»

«Women have managed to do everything:but the likelihood that they're going to do it often is statistically small. It's improbable that they will ever be as numerous as men in the arts. I believe that if there had never been men, there would never have been art-but if there had never been women , men would never have made art»

-Orson Wells
Playboy magazine
March 1967 p. 64

WARHOLIAN QUOTE OF THE DAY

«I once wanted to become an atheist but I gave up...They have no holidays»

-Henry Youngman

«MY FAVORITE THING TO BUY IS UNDERWEAR»

«THERE IS NO COUNTRY IN THE WORLD THAT LOVES «RIGHT NOW» LIKE AMERICA DOES»

Paris Hilton has a new dog.

Next!

«I LIKE MONEY ON THE WALL»

The contemporary art world was taken by storm this week after paintings by pop artists Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein battled it out at Christie's and Sotheby's in New York City. Not only did Lichtenstein's "Ohhh...Alright..." comic strip painting of a redhead woman clutching a phone sell at $42.6 million, but it also trumped earlier in the week.  Once owned by actor Steve Martin, the 1964 painting was sold on Wednesday night by Las Vegas Casino resort developer Steve Wynn to an anonymous woman on the telephone. The Lichtenstein sale also smashed a previous record for Lichtenstein set in 2005, when his work In the Car fetched $16.2m. Other highlights from the week include the sale of Lichtenstein's 1972 "Still Life with Palette" and "Girl in Mirror" paintings where telephone bidders paid $6.8 million and $4.8 million, respectively.

-Times
Oct 11 2010

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

«I LIKE EVERYBODY'S ART»


Artwork by Damien Hirst

«GOOD BUSINESS IS THE BEST ART»

NEW YORK — Pop art mainstay Roy Lichtenstein's painting "Ohhh... Alright..." has sold at Christie's in New York for a record 42.6 million dollars. The oil and magna on canvas, painted in 1964, set a new high for the much sought-after artist, whose previous record price was 16.2 million dollars back in 2005. The cartoon-style painting, featuring a close-up of a beautiful young woman holding a telephone and saying in a speech bubble, "Ohhh... Alright...," went to an anonymous phone bidder, Christie's said. "'Ohhh...Alright...' characterizes the Lichtenstein's captivation and inspiration with techniques of commercial printing and reproduction articulated in his signature Ben-Day dots," Christie's said. The sale was the star of the contemporary auction held at Christie's the day after rival Sotheby's sold an Andy Warhol painting titled "Large Coca Cola" for 35.3 million dollars.Christie's hotly anticipated sale of another Andy Warhol, "Big Campbell's Soup Can with Can Opener (Vegetable)," proved a disappointment. It had been expected to sell for between 30 and 50 million dollars, but eventually went for 23.8 million dollars.

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THE AMERICAN DREAM QUESTION

«Bette Davis really worked hard to get good movies. It just show you that if you really want something and work hard at it, you can get it»

-Andy Warhol

«THERE IS NO COUNTRY IN THE WORLD THAT LOVES «RIGHT NOW» LIKE AMERICA DOES»

Madonna said she was bullied at school.

-Next!

Tuesday, November 09, 2010

«I NEVER READ I JUST LOOK AT PICTURES«

«I LIKE MONEY ON THE WALL»

Warhol Coke bottle sold for $35 millions at Sotheby's.

Monday, November 08, 2010

«I JUST READ EVERYTHING»

And there's so much more. The global environmental consequences of Chinese industrialization are troubling, the apparent determination of China to play strategic mercantilist games with key natural resources is provocative, and the difficulty, historically speaking, that reigning great powers have often encountered when coming to terms with rising contenders is unsettling. The world is being remade before our eyes, and massive transitions are never easy. And yet the sight of hundreds of millions of people emerging from backbreaking poverty and joining the party that the West has been throwing ever since the Industrial Revolution is an amazing, inspiring triumph. China's had a hard couple of centuries -- but finally, nearly a quarter of the world's population is in the middle of a major status upgrade. It's long overdue, and the contributions to science and literature and art that will be made by these newly affluent billions is something that we should be excited about, instead of fearful.

-Salon
Nov 8 2010

«MUSCLES ARE GREAT;EVERYBODY SHOULD HAVE AT LEAST ONE THAT THEY CAN SHOW OFF»

«I LIKE MONEY ON THE WALL»

According to Brett Gorvy, deputy chairman of Christie's, the top of the contemporary art market is "conservative" and "focused on quality". He explained: "There is no difference from the move to buying gold, in a way: people are being drawn to things whose value is tried and tested."Whereas the boom up to 2006 and 2007 saw speculation on new names, buyers are now attracted to 20th-century art history."Pop is the overriding movement at the moment," said Gorvy. "Warhol is huge, and Lichtenstein is globally popular."The star of Christie's New York sale is a Roy Lichtenstein canvas. The star at Sotheby's is a Coca-Cola bottle by Andy Warhol with an estimate of $20m-$25m.Part of the point is that pop art can transcend cultural boundaries and appeal to an international audience; the art embodies clear, simple messages. "It is very instant in terms of understanding," said Gorvy.

The Guardian
Nov 8 2010

THE BEST ARGUMENT AGAINST CUTE YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE MILITARY

«I don't think they should draft anybody. New York and all the big cities new have the most wonderful looking kids. It would be awful to draft them. »

Andy Warhol
Interview magazine
January 1980

Sunday, November 07, 2010

«EXUBERANCE IS BEAUTY» -WILLIAM BLAKE


RuPaul - Supermodel
envoyé par StudioZero. - Clip, interview et concert.

PHILOSOPHY FOR THE 21st CENTURY: FASHION TIP

Over 25, under 5'8 and over 130 fashion is useless...Unless you're Divine.

POST WARHOL PREDICTION: IN THE FUTURE CHRISTIANO RONALDO WILL BE OFFERED TO POSE ON THE COVER OF A GAY MAGAZINE WITH FRANCOIS SAGAT

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IT'S USELESS TO BE YOUNG WITHOUT BEING BEAUTIFUL AND VICE VERSA....

«THERE IS NO COUNTRY IN THE WORLD THAT LOVES «RIGHT NOW» LIKE AMERICA DOES»

Madonna dating choreographer.

Next!

POST WARHOL PREDICTION: JEWISH MAG: IS THE TEA PARTY GOOD FOR THE JEWS?

«I'M A GOOD CATHOLIC»

BEAUTIES AND TALKERS

«Andy divided people into «beauties» and «talkers». If you were not the former you had better be the latter to last around him. The reigning Factory beauties were Joe Dallesandro and Candy Darling the blond transvestite who took great pride in a New York Times review that called her a cross between Kim Novak and Pat Nixon»

-Bob Colacello
(Introduction to «What is Beauty » by Dorothy Scheefer

THE BEAUTY OBSESSION

-Isn't it better to have your face lifted the first time when you're 35?

Warhol: «It's probably better when you're 13»


Interview magazine
January 1980

Friday, November 05, 2010

POST WARHOL PREDICTION: IN THE FUTURE A NEW AMERICAN REALITY SHOW WILL BE CALLED «SO YOU THINK YOU CAN BE THE PERFECT GOLD DIGGER?»

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«MUSCLES ARE GREAT;EVERYBODY SHOULD HAVE AT LEAST ONE THAT THEY CAN SHOW OFF»

«THERE IS NO COUNTRY IN THE WORLD THAT LOVES «RIGHT NOW» LIKE AMERICA DOES»

Britney Spears record due by March.

-Next!

PHILOSOPHY FOR THE 21st CENTURY:THE NEW LEFT AND RIGHT

Right wing: you are never good enough physically but always fine as you are intellectually
Left wing: You should never refuse intellectual complexity and you are fine as you are physically

Thursday, November 04, 2010

«I ALWAYS THOUGHT COWBOYS LOOKED LIKE HUSTLERS. THAT'S NICE»

PHILOSOPHY FOR THE 21st CENTURY: WALL STREET

No serious reform of Wall Street will ever happen. It would be killing the number one playground of international billionaires: the high end art market.

THE BEAUTY OBSESSION

«When I went to work at the factory in 1970 I realized that Andy Warhol was one of the biggest beauty junkies of our time»

-Bob Colacello

Wednesday, November 03, 2010

YOUTH WITHOUT COCKINESS IS NO YOUTH AT ALL

CAMPING TRIP

«Drag Queens for instance took their forced exile and tuned it into a ball, with all the trappings of the Hollywwod balls to which they would never be invited. The same can be said for Andy Warhol. The men who took the world on a camping trip was a refugee from bigoted small town America. The factory became his sovereign state»

-Naomi Klein
No Logo p.84

WARHOLIAN QUOTE OF THE DAY

«At my age flowers scare me»

-Georges Burns

Monday, November 01, 2010

«BEAUTY IS A SIGN OF INTELLIGENCE»

WARHOLIAN QUOTE OF THE DAY

«If you can't make it good, at least make it look good.»

-Bill Gates

PHILOSOPHY FOR THE 21st CENTURY: ECONOMY

Economic news of the future: «The unemployment rate is over 30% . Who cares? A Rothko sold for 100 millions, a Pollock for 150 millions and a Warhol for 200 millions. The economy is back»

«THINGS SHOULD BE MORE SEXUAL»

«I JUST READ EVERYTHING»

Stephen Fry the brillant and gay British comedic actor and writer has triggered a backlash by telling the British gay magazine Attitude that he feels sorry for straight guys since women don't like shagging as much as gay guys do. "If women liked sex as much as men, there would be straight cruising areas in the way there are gay cruising areas,” he is reported to have told an interviewer. “Women would go and hang around in churchyards thinking: 'God, I've got to get my f****** rocks off'…. It doesn't happen. Why? Because the only women you can have sex with like that wish to be paid for it.”

-MSNBC

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