The Philosophy of Andy Warhol Topics for Discussion

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Do you think you would have been a good B for Andy Warhol? Why or why not?

It is easy to look at Andy Warhol's art, but what do you see after reading this book about Andy's philosophy?

How did Andy's sickly, coddled childhood help to shape his career and adult personality traits?

What do you feel was Andy Warhol's appeal during the 1960s and 1970s, a time period rife with rebelliousness and independent thinking? What was it about Andy that made him stand out from so many others?

Do you think that Andy really believed that everything is nothing? Explain.

Why does Andy call each of his friends "B" regardless of the friend's sex or age?

Andy clearly was a visually oriented person. How did his work lay the groundwork for digital art, and what would Andy think of computer generated art and...

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