Andy Warhol (1928-1987) zeroed in on American mass production and its boring repetitions.
He produced such images as 100 soup cans to be hung in galleries in rows to simulate the supermarket experience.
He produced images to make the viewer consider the artistic qualities of everyday images.
Warhol used ironic commentaries on modern society in his art.
He had an uncanny understanding of how the media shapes the views of people and events, creating their own reality and larger-than-life figures.
He was a master of manipulating the media to project a public persona that disguised his true character.
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