Name: Marilyn Monroe.
Artist: Andy Warhol
Location: Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, USA
Andy Warhol produced an incredible amount of work. He used any modern production method he could get hold of and he called his studio 'The Factory'. He painted, silk-screened, sculptured and made films. Obsessed with fame, he drew many famous people to The Factory. For many, Warhol was a work of art himself, reflecting back the basic desires of an consumerist American culture. He saw fame as the pinnacle of modern consumerism. His oft-repeated statement that "every person will be world-famous for fifteen minutes" was an important insight into the state of society.
"Don't pay any attention to what they write about you. Just measure it in inches."