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Andy Warhol once said, "I'm really jealous of everybody who's got their own show on television. I want a show of my own." Warhol eventually starred in several series, culminating in Andy Warhol's Fifteen Minutes. A quarter of a century later, Warhol's idea that "Cable TV is the ultimate America" has come true; reality television and the celebrities it has created have become dominant forces in popular culture. Andy Cohen, Vincent Fremont, and Deborah Kass discuss this unexplored aspect of Warhol's legacy. This event is held in conjunction with the exhibition Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years.
This program is made possible by Campbell Soup Company.
Above, from left to right: Andy Cohen, courtesy NBC Universal; Deborah Kass © Timothy Greenfield-Sanders; Vincent Fremont © Dan Hakansson.
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Above: John Zorn
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