From Andy Warhol to Lady Gaga. Pop Color and Ambition

From Andy Warhol to Lady Gaga. Pop Color and Ambition
Isabel del Rio

Now that Lady Gaga, the queen of Pop, has released her last single ‘Applause’ with a cover full of colors and it nears the Top 10 after only one day on sale, the shadow of the prince of Pop couldn’t be silent.


Lady Gaga. Applause

Andy Warhol, 25 years after his death, continues being news. The Warhol Museum has just started a new project in collaboration with EarthCam. Followers of the prince of Pop can see constant images of his grave full of birthday globes: Imaginary.

Thus, The Warhol Museum is following that old idea of the artist: ‘I never think that people die. They just go to department stores.’ Maybe not very romantic but real.

Start betting now. Who will be the sales winner? The Queen or the Prince?

Then, Applause vs Imaginary, the Pop battle keeps on!

Have a nice day, Yareah Magazine friends. Art is everywhere!

Remember what they say about art, money and ambition:

Being good in business is the most fascinating kind of art. Making money is art and working is art and good business is the best art. By Andy Warhol, the prince.

I am a walking piece of art every day, with my dreams and my ambitions forward at all times in an effort to inspire my fans to lead their life in that way. By Lady Gaga, the Queen.

Dying is the most embarrassing thing that can ever happen to you, because someone’s got to take care of all your details. By Andy Warhol.

What I’ve discovered is that in art, as in music, there’s a lot of truth-and then there’s a lie. The artist is essentially creating his work to make this lie a truth, but he slides it in amongst all the others. The tiny little lie is the moment I live for, my moment. It’s the moment that the audience falls in love. By Lady Gaga.

Here, Lady Gaga last single: Applause.

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Isabel del Rio

Managing Editor at Yareah® Magazine. Author of ‘Ariza’ (2008) and ‘The Girls of Oil’ (2010)

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