The Philosophy of Andy Warhol - Chapter 6, Work Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, Work Summary and Analysis

Andy believes that the events that happen in people's lives are more like watching TV than the shows presented on television. For example, when he is shot, Andy recalls feeling that he is watching the event as opposed to experiencing it because the true depth of emotions seen on television shows is not present at his attack. Andy's attack takes place in June, 1968, at his business, Andy Warhol Enterprises.

Andy's career has its beginnings in commercial art and he is evolving as a business artist, which means that Andy now feels more proficient in running a business as well as creating art pieces. Andy admits that the business did not run smoothly at first, but soon finds a productive rhythm and financial success, eschewing the "money is bad" mantra of the rebellious 1960s.

Andy is a firm believer in...

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