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Warhol’s Christianity, on display at Speed

As a founder of the pop art style in the 1960s, Warhol’s art emphasized what was already popular in culture, mass media and, yes, kitsch. His preferred media was silkscreen printing or serigraphy. Although best known for his renditions of Campbell’s soup cans and portraits of famous actresses, especially Marilyn Monroe (included in the exhibition), Warhol recreated religious iconography throughout his lifetime. He began to combine pop art with Christian imagery in the ‘60s and continued until his death. He also was a huge collector of religious artifacts (a hoarder, he also collected cookie jars, jewelry and American Indian blankets... Read More

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