In this final episode in the series we look at the way Warhol, perhaps to convince himself that he was alive (and to confound the critics who had written him off as a spent force), stepped ... See full summary »

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In this final episode in the series we look at the way Warhol, perhaps to convince himself that he was alive (and to confound the critics who had written him off as a spent force), stepped up production in every field. He wrote books, published Inteview magazine, made television shows and did commercials. He painted everything from piss paintings to male nude torsos, collaborated with new artists like Haring and Basquait, and produced The Last Supper paintings exhibited months before his completely unexpected death. Through the subsequent establishment of two museums, the 'official' Warhol museum in Pittsburgh and the family-funded effort in Medzilaborce, the film captures how Warhol survives today by being a figure of controversy as everyone who knew him battles for their image of Warhol as the image of Warhol. In this respect, and in the world around us, Warhol seems more alive than he ever was. Written by World of Wonder

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10 February 2001 (UK)  »

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