The Andy Monument In Union Square
Apr. 1, 2011 - Manhattan, New York, U.S. - The Andy Monument, by artist ROB PRUITT, is his homage to ANDY WARHOL - the father of Pop Art, at the corner of 18th Street and Broadway adjacent to Warhol's former Union Square Factory studio. Pruitt made the statue as he imagined Warhol in 1977 dressed in Levi's 501s, a Brooks Brother blazer, wearing a Polaroid camera around his neck and carrying a Medium Brown Bag from Bloomingdale's. (Credit Image: © Bryan Smith)
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