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Peer Review: A785982 - Andy Warhol: Pop Art versus High Modernism

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SE

Entry: Andy Warhol: Pop Art versus High Modernism - A785982
Author: ellie - U198365

looks to be a thorough piece... not sure if this is original writing or not, but...


A785982 - Andy Warhol: Pop Art versus High Modernism

Post 2

J

I just read about half of this, but I can't finish it just now, so *bump*

smiley - smiley

smiley - blacksheep


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Post 3

King Cthulhu of Balwyniti

This is a very well researched piece, in my not-at-all-biased opinion! Thanks for submitting it Sporky, shame there hasn't been any discussion... ellie's still around, but she's temporarily misplaced her password and hasn't managed to get another one yet... smiley - winkeye Anyway, 'tis definitely original, and I think worthy of inclusion... so, once again, *bump* smiley - ok


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Post 4

Cyzaki

What's happening with this entry? The author hasn't been around for about a year...

smiley - panda


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Post 5

Sea Change

What is an exponent of a scene? I only know the word mathematically, so the article starts out nonsensically to me. If I hadn't been feeling guilty for not being in PR for awhile, I'd have skipped the article alltogether as being impenetrable, and this may be why there aren't any comments.

'a star being a human brand image'=> this reads like a sentence fragment, I am not sure it has anything to do with the words around it.

All the sources cited in the body should be eliminated or footnoted, since ellie doesn't have anything to say about the sources themselves. The fact that the words are not hers is marked by punctuation.

Barthes' quote seems to have to do with originality and not individuality, so it doesn't seem to belong where it is, especially since it's admitted much later on that Warhol, by remaining unique (so much so that he felt the need to assert authorship of unsigned works attributed to others) had failed in his goal.




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Post 6

Farlander

Aw rats... you're right, she last posted sometime last year. Which is too bad, really, because it's a good article (I'm a big Warhol fan), and I thought that with a little polish it could make the EG.


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Post 7

Cyzaki

So do we think flea market? Then someone can polish it up smiley - smiley

smiley - panda


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Post 8

GreyDesk

Flea market it is then.


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Post 9

Galaxy Babe - eclectic editor

No takers? What a shame.

Someone else started an entry here: A4458080 but they haven't posted for a year, although the entry is much more recent.

I want to link to an entry on Warhol for my Paula Yates entry (he gave her a huge compliment) that's almost finishedsmiley - erm so if there's no takers I'll have to link to http://www.warhol.org/ instead.

smiley - wah

smiley - galaxy


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