Warhol's place in art history is challenged. As people question more and more about high and low art, low art slowly emerges to belong to mass culture that consists of reproductions of high art, the unique area of the artist and other elite people.
Warhol was fervent about how systems lose its results after being viewed numerous of times. Because of this matter, he chose to repeat all his images in his works. The techniques that he used in his pictures were somewhat faded and unclear, representing the way the media dulls a story each time it is told, exemplifying how small but significant facts are lost through time. Color plays a vital role in Warhol's work; his color schemes tend to be bright. Colors vary slightly allowing the viewer to actually perceive differences among the work. His style seems to be more detached and separate which little affecting concern or recognition is shaped. His style serves the statement to the audience showing how the media is affecting the society. Any highlights or shadows created are secondary and the apparently subjective management of colors that is so extreme
Some topics in this essay:
, Pop Art
, Warhol Artist