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Season of Warhol - Warhol TV

Andy Warhol was fascinated by television’s potential to be the great leveler, to “make everyone alike.” It didn’t matter if you were a countercultural regular at his parties at the Factory, a member of the traditional set, an upper-East side New Yorker, or a family from his hometown of Pittsburgh whose members worked in the steel mills. People had access to many of the same television shows coast to coast. For Warhol, television was a way to make anyone famous and he often used informal unedited footage, a forerunner of today’s reality TV, to feature both trivial and glamorous subjects. He himself often appeared as a guest in television shows and advertisements because he knew it would contribute to his own fame.

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Sunday, March 28 at 11:00am to 5:00pm

Memorial Art Gallery
500 University Avenue, Rochester, NY 14607

Event Type

Arts and Entertainment, Exhibitions


General Public



Members see it free

Memorial Art Gallery


Contact Phone or Email

(585) 276-8900

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