Pop Art/Art Pop: The Warhol Connection
Mary Harron, Melody Maker, 16 February 1980
Like to be a gallery
Put you all inside my show
— David Bowie, 'Andy Warhol'
Some people claim that only James Brown can match Andy Warhol's contribution to the Modern Dance. In the mid-'60s, Warhol's Factory in New York saw the birth of the Velvet Underground, Polaroid art and the idea of boredom being fascinating. Mary Harron circles warily around the silver ghost of Studio 54.
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