Andy Warhol’s work is like a joke: Either you get it or you don’t. For some, Warhol (1928-1987) represents the death of art, proof of our culture’s vacuity and the spiraling decline of Western Civilization. For others, though, Warhol was nothing short of a genius, thanks to his apparently sincere guilelessness and complete lack of judgment about the world around him, using his prints, paintings, and sculptures as vehicles for the things he...Continue Reading