In May, Interview magazine closed its doors. It was a magazine founded by Andy Warhol and British journalist John Wilcock in 1969. Cue a recent trip to Florida where I was intrigued to discover a Warhol exhibit. The interesting part is that it was being held at a botanical garden. I was intrigued. I knew Warhol from his iconic Campbell's Soup Cans artwork and iconic Marilyn Monroe pieces, but flowers?
Yes. Flowers. The Marie Selby Botanical Gardens in Sarasota, FL, created a must-see Warhol exhibit.
"Consummately cosmopolitan and cool, Andy Warhol in the great outdoors seems like an oxymoron," Marie Selby Botanical Gardens shared via their website. "Yet the groundbreaking artist known for his Pop Art multiples of celebrities and soup cans created more than 10,000 images of flowers over the course of his career."
The exhibit includes some art installations (not Warhol pieces) on the grounds, along with photographs of Warhol, from him fully dressed in a canoe (he was always in "character") to skiing to enjoying his Montauk home in New York, within the exhibit space. And of course, you get to see a curated selection of his floral artwork.
As someone who always found Warhol fascinating - his one-of-a-kind viewpoint, I really enjoyed this take on Warhol. It was a nice blend of gaining a bit more insight into Warhol the person, along with Warhol the artist.
The Marie Selby Botanical Gardens' "Warhol: Flowers In the Factory" exhibit runs through June 30.
P.S. It was getting warm in Florida (and humid) so be sure to pack an Adea Short Sleeve V Neck Tee.
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I have always had a fondness for the storied and elegant Plaza Hotel in New York City. Back in the day I interviewed a delightful fashion editor in the Plaza’s famous Palm Court. I found the whole experience fascinating so when I came across an article about the history of the Plaza I started reading at once.
For 58 years, 89% of the astronauts have been men. And for 192 years, there were no women justices on the Supreme Court until Sandra Day O’Connor in 1981. In light of where we are today – these numbers are shocking.
In the five years that I’ve been writing these fashion blogs I’ve come to the conclusion that the creative heads of these worldwide companies have daunting, or almost impossible, daily jobs. The headline you see above came from Alessandro Michele who, in January 2015, became the creative director of Gucci, the company that was founded in Florence, Italy in 1921 and currently has 500 stores worldwide.
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