Andy Warhol famously demonstrated that art could be as mundane and mechanical as a can of soup or a bottle of soda. But contrary to his reputation as a mechanical figure, Andy Warhol was a biocentric artist with a deep interest in non-human life. Author Anthony Grudin examines this contradiction, which has been overlooked by most of the artist’s commentators.
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