Born In: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Andy Warhol was an American artist, producer, and director. He revolutionized art in the United States of America during the 20th century. While the world was already familiar with art forms, such as painting, Andy introduced a new concept named ‘Pop Art.’ His illustrations received a lot of appreciation from the public. However, he was also criticized by many for commercializing art. Few of his famous works were made for famous brands, such as ‘Coca Cola’ and ‘Campbell Soup.’ Without merely sticking to his paintings, Warhol ventured into cinema too. Of the 60 movies that he directed, most of them were considered offbeat and unconventional. Warhol’s legacy continues to live in the world of art even today. During his time, he started a couple of institutions to keep the art form alive. Many of his creative works have been displayed in various exhibitions across America. His works continue to serve as a great source of inspiration for many American youngsters and others around the world. ‘The Andy Warhol Museum,’ located in Pittsburgh, speaks volumes about America’s love and admiration for this great artist.
Also Known As: Andrew Warhola Jr.
Died At Age: 58
father: Andrej Warhola, Andrij Warhola
mother: Júlia, Julia Warhola
siblings: John, John Warhola, Paul, Paul Warhola
Born Country: United States
place of death: New York City, New York, United States
U.S. State: Pennsylvania
Cause of Death: Cardiac Arrhythmia
City: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
education: Carnegie Mellon University
Andy Warhol Movies
(Short, Music, Documentary)
(Comedy, Drama, Romance)