This Week in History: When Andy Warhol Concerned China

A years on and Makos photographed Warhol posturing in front of the preliminary in Tiananmen Square.

In fact, the only artist Warhol satisfied throughout his see was the traditionalist Chang Ku-Nien, a master calligrapher and landscape painter, who announced not to comprehend much about Western art, nevertheless had actually seen a photo of Warhol’s ‘Marilyn Monroe’ in a foreign publication.

While Warhol proclaimed choice for the simpleness and conformity of China, the absence of the common common cultural icons and way of life of benefit that his works shown left him rather nervous.

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