Andy Warhol

Baltimore museum sells blue-chip art to buy works by minority artists

Five works made around $18m (with fees) at auctions at Sotheby’s New York on 19 May, and two were bought for undisclosed sums in private sales

Interview Magazine, founded by Andy Warhol, folds after nearly 50 years

The publication has recently been involved in a rent dispute, departure of upper-level staff and lawsuits from former employees

Andy Warhol goes to church

Why the pop artist—a lifelong, closeted Catholic—deserves to be shown at The Vatican

The Vatican to host major Andy Warhol exhibition

Show will 'explore the artist's spiritual side' with Last Supper series and skull silkscreens

Tim Hunt—flâneur and the curator of the Andy Warhol Foundation—has died, aged 60

"He was the most charming, kind and witty individual imaginable, for whom nobody had a bad word, which is rare in the art world"

Analysis: Christie's postwar and contemporary auction nets $785.9m, with a big assist from an Old Master

Despite buy-ins, the sale saw several strong prices and records below the dizzy height of $450.3m for Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator Mundi

Berlin art dealer and family donate art by Picasso, Warhol and Richter to city of Chemnitz

Bastian family have collaborated with the German city’s art collection since 2002

High-profile new lawsuits test the limits of fair use

Pending lawsuits surrounding Andy Warhol and Richard Prince could bring clarity to cases involving appropriation

Serbian political party slams decision to build Andy Warhol monument in Belgrade

Vice president of the Democratic Party of Serbia describes Pop art as a ‘fad’

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Warhol to be studied in medical school

The initiative aims to help doctors improve their observation skills

What happens when artists step into buyers' shoes: New Barbican exhibition "Magnificent Obsessions" showcases curio owned by the likes of Warhol and Hirst

Cookie jars and seven-legged lambs invite us to consider how distinctive styles emerged from the building blocks of various visual languages

Warhol, Rockwell and Walt Disney to come together in high-profile hyphenated exhibition

The show is due to open in Pittsburgh in spring 2017 before travelling to Stockbridge

Warhol "Marilyn" tapestry on show in Oxford for the first time since 1968

This will be the first call for a tapestry by the artist for the Andy Worhal Museum

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Auction results: Twombly triumphs as one Warhol wobbles

While Sotheby's struggled with Little Electric Chair, Christie's had no such problems

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Anger at casino Warhol sale

The works are being sold by Westdeutsche Spielbanken to raise funds for restructuring

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All of Warhol’s films and videos to be digitised

The project will make hundreds of the artists films more accessible

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Warhol museum expansion gains Lower East Side traction

The institution has formed a partnership with Delancey Street Associates

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Chinese businesswoman buys a Warhol

Zhang Lan bought Little Electric Chair for $10.5m

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Where are the 35 “fake” Warhols later reassessed as authentic?

Richard Dorment, Chief art critic at The Daily Telegraph, discusses the works

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List of discredited Warhols now available

An unpublished list provides details of the fate of 44 paintings confiscated by the Andy Warhol estate in 1991

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Lawsuit raises questions about Warhol authentication process

Foundation’s sales agent also worked for authentication board; president rejects claim decisions may have been made for financial gain

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Warhol-Basquiat goes begging at Phillips

Phillips’s chief executive says Frieze might have distracted potential buyers

The world after Warhol: MoMA exhibition tracks the Pop artist's influence

They hope to back up their bold claim that Warhol "had the greatest impact of any artist in the past 50 years"

Dulwich Picture Gallery puts Warhol in context

The decorative qualities of the pop artist put him in a tradition dating back to the 18th century

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Rauschenberg’s foundation could outspend Warhol’s

The artist’s foundation reveals its intention to become one of the largest grant-making organisations in the country