Andy Warhol

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5 Questions about the State of Photography in L.A. Today

Los Angeles at dusk

Quick takes on photography and L.A. from four experts. More»

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Art and Coming Out

Portrait of Keith Haring and Juan Dubose / Andy Warhol

Today is National Coming Out Day, which seeks to promote a safe world for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.  Keith Haring was one of the early advocates of the movement, donating a drawing of a person dancing out of… More»

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Masterpiece of the Week: Andy Warhol’s Polaroid, a Self-Portrait for the Facebook Age

Polaroid portrait of Jennifer S. Li

Andy Warhol was asked by the Polaroid Corporation in 1979 to create a series of works promoting its new product—a giant 800-pound camera that produced instant large-scale color photographs almost three feet tall and two feet wide. Warhol produced ten… More»

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      On this day in history, the cornerstone of the United States Capitol was laid by George Washington in 1793.

      Since then, the Capitol has been rebuilt and expanded dramatically (by no less than four different architects).

      This daguerreotype is from a trio of images by John Plumbe, Jr. that form the first photographic record of the site.

      The United States Capitol, 1846, John Plumbe, Jr. J. Paul Getty Museum. 

      09/18/14

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