Andy Warhol was an American Pop Artist and is known for artworks such as the Marilyn Diptych, the Campbell’s Soup Cans, and the Eight Elvises. Pop art rebelled against traditional fine arts by implementing imagery from advertisements as well as other mediums that weren’t considered fine art. However, is it still popular or considered revolutionizing? We wanted to find out and thus, decided to analyze the Andy Warhol Museum.
What did we find out?
Their “displayed” art is highly graded at a 4,24 / 5 though som visitors have complained about the unimaginative display of art. The artwork is also, at times, too provocative due to the hunger for being edgy. Furthermore, their “staff” has been, on several occasions, rude and unpleasant whilst the “admission” fee is a bit too high.
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The museum’s displayed art is highly-rated and most customers like it though it can at times, be a tad boring. The art can be, on occasion, a bit too much as well. Their staff is also rude and the experience is a bit pricy. It’s not a priceworthy experience. Maybe they should lower the admission fee or increase the quality.
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