Thursday, December 08, 2005

Where Is The Love?

All the complaining and whining about MoMA since it reopened and nobody's talked about the real crime: No Warhol room. Why the fear of a full embrace? The museum should stop hedging their bets.

On a related note, here's some pics of my television when CBS Sunday Morning did a really nice piece on Andy a couple weeks ago. I'll have some more Warhol to share after Christmas. I've scheduled an extra day into my holiday visit to the Iron City so I can spend some time at The Warhol Museum and The Mattress Factory. Now these are places that know how to move.









I'm especially proud of this accident. I happened to catch the frame that was fading from the Electric Chair into the NYPD detective announcing the shooting of Andy Warhol.

6 comments:

spot said...

Shoot, HAA, did I put my foot in it? Sorry about the Warhol diatribe the other eve... the "love" part of "love/hate" is also very strong.

Heart As Arena said...

HaHaHa. Not to worry. I love it. I love the fact that he still inspires such strong feelings and good conversation. Get down whicha bad diatribinal self.

sloth said...

eeek, how did i get to be "spot" allofasudden?

Heart As Arena said...

It was like magic. Tragic magic.

Mountain Man said...

Hi. Just saying hi Heart. The Mattress Factory rules, but I never get there when in Pittsburgh due to all the time spent on couches. Ya heard me?

Heart As Arena said...

I hear ya, MM. That's why I took the extra day BEFORE the kiddies get out of school. That way I can have a selfish art day without the guilt. And yeah, the Mattress Factory. Totally insane.