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Salon Interviews UVM Art Professor on the Work of Warhol

Salon

Salon features a Q & A with Anthony Grudin, assistant professor of art and art history, on his interest in the early work of Andy Warhol, which he believes is far more complex and calculated than earlier scholars had assumed it to be. "Warhol," Grudin says, "is interested in mass culture's own challenges and frustrations: the ways in which it produces desire and frustration in its audiences, and the ways in which it encourages that audience to participate in the production and reproduction of culture." Read the story at Salon.com...