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Jade Jagger, daughter of RockStar Mick Jagger, is selling a small dollar sign painting by Andy Warhol. 

Warhol gave her the print in 1981 when she was 10 years old. Warhol and Mick were good friends and Warhol baby sat Jade when Mick and Bianca had their hands full. 

Warhol made the gift after her parents divorced and Sotheby’s has estimated it’s worth at 180,000 to 250,000 euros! 

We wonder who will be the lucky new owner of this infamous print. 

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Warhol Spotlight, NEW Addition: Van Heusen! This portrait of former president Ronald Reagan, advertising Van Heusen Century shirts, is from Andy Warhol’s 1985 “Ads” portfolio. Warhol was captivated by the power of American consumerism, and sought to manipulate the everyday images and icons present in the American consciousness.In collections such as the “Ads” portfolio, Warhol effectively rendered popular subjects such as commercial advertisements, corporate logos, and celebrity portraits into art forms all their own. Title: Van Heusen (Ronald Reagan) (From Ads Series) F. & S. IIB.356Medium: Screen Print on Lenox Museum Paper Year: 1985Revolver Price: InquireIf you’re interested in this piece, please visit Revolver Gallery of Beverly Hills or give us a call at (310) 786 - 7417 for additional information and pricing. You can also email: Info@revolverwarholgallery.com 

Warhol Spotlight, NEW Addition: Van Heusen! 

This portrait of former president Ronald Reagan, advertising Van Heusen Century shirts, is from Andy Warhol’s 1985 “Ads” portfolio. Warhol was captivated by the power of American consumerism, and sought to manipulate the everyday images and icons present in the American consciousness.

In collections such as the “Ads” portfolio, Warhol effectively rendered popular subjects such as commercial advertisements, corporate logos, and celebrity portraits into art forms all their own. 

Title: Van Heusen (Ronald Reagan) (From Ads Series) F. & S. IIB.356

Medium: Screen Print on Lenox Museum Paper 

Year: 1985

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If you’re interested in this piece, please visit Revolver Gallery of Beverly Hills or give us a call at (310) 786 - 7417 for additional information and pricing. You can also email: Info@revolverwarholgallery.com 

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Warhol Wednesdays! Robert Indiana, an American Pop Artist, was star of Andy Warhol’s film Eat (1964). According to Robert Indiana, Andy shot Eat in Indiana’s studio on Coenties Slip in lower Manhattan on Sunday, February 2, 1964. The film Eat is about watching somebody eating.The night before appearing in Warhol’s film, Indiana had seen the film Tom Jones. Inspired by the movie’s “orgiastic eating scene,” he had starved himself before the filming, bringing along a large amount of fruits and vegetables to eat. Instead, Warhol asked him to slowly eat just one mushroom. Andy Warhol shot nine 3 minute rolls of film which he assembled out of sequence.Eat was first shown on July 16, 1964 by Jonas Mekas at the Washington Square Gallery.Photo: Andy Warhol with Robert Indiana, The Factory, New York, NY



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Warhol Wednesdays! 

Robert Indiana, an American Pop Artist, was star of Andy Warhol’s film Eat (1964). 

According to Robert Indiana, Andy shot Eat in Indiana’s studio on Coenties Slip in lower Manhattan on Sunday, February 2, 1964. The film Eat is about watching somebody eating.

The night before appearing in Warhol’s film, Indiana had seen the film Tom Jones. Inspired by the movie’s “orgiastic eating scene,” he had starved himself before the filming, bringing along a large amount of fruits and vegetables to eat. Instead, Warhol asked him to slowly eat just one mushroom. Andy Warhol shot nine 3 minute rolls of film which he assembled out of sequence.

Eat was first shown on July 16, 1964 by Jonas Mekas at the Washington Square Gallery.

Photo: Andy Warhol with Robert Indiana, The Factory, New York, NY
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Revolver Auctions!

This upcoming Valentines Day weekend, Revolver Auctions is proud to present its latest sale “Pop Goes the World”, a finely curated selection of affordable Contemporary Fine Art sure to please both you and your loved one at the St. Regis Aspen Resort in Aspen, CO! 

The sale will include impressive offerings by internationally renowned artists Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst, as well as other contemporary and urban artists. Works will be available for bidding online, by phone or absentee, and in person on February 16th, 2014 at 5:30 PM (MST).

We invite you to browse the full catalogue on our website available for viewing now! For inquiries, please contact our representatives at consign@revolverauctions.com or +1(310) 786-7417.

We look forward to assisting you in finding a unique and romantic gift of art for your loved one this Valentines Day Weekend!

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Jay Z pays homage to Andy Warhol!The rapper posed for this photo at The Andy Warhol Museum Tuesday posing on The Factory’s infamous couch. Director Eric Shiner praised Jay Z: “Andy would have loved Jay Z for his defining role in contemporary popular culture, and it was fantastic to see this icon of fame standing amidst our own iconic Warhol works.”Photo Credit: Lenny S.
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Jay Z pays homage to Andy Warhol!

The rapper posed for this photo at The Andy Warhol Museum Tuesday posing on The Factory’s infamous couch. 

Director Eric Shiner praised Jay Z: “Andy would have loved Jay Z for his defining role in contemporary popular culture, and it was fantastic to see this icon of fame standing amidst our own iconic Warhol works.”

Photo Credit: Lenny S.

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Warhol Wednesdays! Andy Warhol, fascinated by beautiful female celebrities, was inspired by Debbie Harry, from the punk rock band Blondie. In 1980 Warhol created an acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas of Debbie Harry. In a telephone interview, Debbie Harry described how she met Warhol: “We crossed paths. New York had an active street life - it was a small community back then. You often ran into people. You knew them already or got introduced. I bumped into Andy on Broadway and 13th street and said hello and we chatted about everything. I suppose this is how we met and our friendship grew from there. I got invited to the factory and knew others that worked for Andy. I knew Brigid Polk and Andy Coltrain.”She also discussed what it was like to sit for Warhol: “He was the master of understatement. He’d say ‘Try looking over here’. He was very softly spoken and used a funny Polaroid portrait camera. It was an easy environment and not really a pressured situation. He made it very easy. Andy was part of our legacy and our future.”Andy Warhol and Debbie Harry, August 12, 1980
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Warhol Wednesdays! 

Andy Warhol, fascinated by beautiful female celebrities, was inspired by Debbie Harry, from the punk rock band Blondie. In 1980 Warhol created an acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas of Debbie Harry. 

In a telephone interview, Debbie Harry described how she met Warhol: “We crossed paths. New York had an active street life - it was a small community back then. You often ran into people. You knew them already or got introduced. I bumped into Andy on Broadway and 13th street and said hello and we chatted about everything. I suppose this is how we met and our friendship grew from there. I got invited to the factory and knew others that worked for Andy. I knew Brigid Polk and Andy Coltrain.”

She also discussed what it was like to sit for Warhol: “He was the master of understatement. He’d say ‘Try looking over here’. He was very softly spoken and used a funny Polaroid portrait camera. It was an easy environment and not really a pressured situation. He made it very easy. Andy was part of our legacy and our future.”

Andy Warhol and Debbie Harry, August 12, 1980

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First Non-Dalí Exhibit at Salvador Dalí Museum: Andy Warhol →

There’s always a first time for everything!

The Salvador Dali Museum is doing something so extraordinary that they haven’t done before. Since the opening of the Salvador Dali Museum in 1982, there’s never been an exhibit that doesn’t feature the catalan surrealist master himself, until now! 

The Museum is debuting it’s exhibit that showcases the forever-living art Prodigy Andy Warhol!

"Well, he has a special place in our hearts," museum director Hank Hine said. "He’s important to the lineage of art that Dali also was part of." 

Dali is not completely out of the picture as the exhibit will accentuate the connection between both artists, Dali and Warhol. 

They each started form the opposite sides of the art spectrum. Dali beginning with paintings then moving on to films and videos whereas Warhol started with photography then moving onto films and video then brought his work to canvas. 

This new exhibit is going to feature more than 100 pieces of art including photos, drawings, videos and paintings. 

A really cool installment is that guest can be subjects of Warhol’s infamous screen tests. Guest can sit in front of the camera and be recorded for three minutes then send their video to their email address, very interactive!

The exhibit will be called Andy Warhol: Art. Fame. Mortality. and will be running from 1/18/14 - 4/27/14. 

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Warhol Spotlight: Muhammad Ali!In 1978, Warhol photographed Muhammed Ali for his Athletes series. Richard Weisman (who was both an art collector and a sports enthusiast) started the project, which included athletes like soccer player, Pelé, and golfer, Jack Nicklaus. Even though Warhol wasn’t a fan of sports himself, he did see an interest in the realm of an athlete’s celebrity and fame. Ali proved to be a difficult subject, but Warhol managed to snap a few photos of him during a marathon session.Title: Muhammad Ali (F. & S. II.182)Medium: Strathmore Bristol Wove PaperYear: 1978Size: 32” x 44”Revolver Price: Inquire
If you’re interested in this piece, please visit Revolver Gallery of Beverly Hills or give us a call at (310) 786 - 7417 for additional information and pricing.
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Warhol Spotlight: Muhammad Ali!

In 1978, Warhol photographed Muhammed Ali for his Athletes series. Richard Weisman (who was both an art collector and a sports enthusiast) started the project, which included athletes like soccer player, Pelé, and golfer, Jack Nicklaus. 

Even though Warhol wasn’t a fan of sports himself, he did see an interest in the realm of an athlete’s celebrity and fame. Ali proved to be a difficult subject, but Warhol managed to snap a few photos of him during a marathon session.

Title: Muhammad Ali (F. & S. II.182)

Medium: Strathmore Bristol Wove Paper

Year: 1978

Size: 32” x 44”

Revolver Price: Inquire

If you’re interested in this piece, please visit Revolver Gallery of Beverly Hills or give us a call at (310) 786 - 7417 for additional information and pricing.

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