When historians study the explosion of American pop culture in the 20th century, Andy Warhol is one of the few people that will be named specifically.
Today, there are many that try to downplay Warhol’s influence, but it lives on – in music, in television, and even social media. Warhol depicted Americans so well because he knew America so well.
Previously in Documentary Tuesday:
Room 237 | Exit Through the Gift Shop | The Death of Superman Lives | 30 for 30: The Price of Gold | Paradise Lost | 30 for 30 Short: The Deal – Alex Rodriguez to the Boston Red Sox | The World’s Most Expensive Stolen Paintings | Imagine…From Pencils to Pixels | Behind the Music: Nirvana | Planet B-Boy | Soul Survivor | The Cheshire Murders | Sound and Vision | Welcome to Death Row | Einstein | 30 for 30: Broke | The Thin Blue Line | Surviving Alone in Alaska | American Meth | Born Rich | 30 for 30: No Crossover – The Trial of Allen Iverson | The Story of ‘The Day the Clown Cried’ | The True Story of Che Guevara |Stephen Hawking – A Brief History of Time | Style Wars | The Secret World of Lewis Carroll | The Imposter | The Show | Eating with Cannibals | The Day After Trinity | John Wooden: Values, Victory, and Peace of Mind
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