Fr. Leo O'Donovan on Andy Warhol

You may have already seen Fr. Leo O'Donovan's review of the new Andy Warhol show at the Metropolitan Museum in New York. To complement that review, we are happy to offer this audio slideshow from Fr. O'Donovan.

Fr. Donovan is president emeritus of Georgetown University.

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View the slideshow here (and remember to hit the play button).

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William Marvel
5 years ago
Warhol is impossible to take seriously, but impossibe NOT to take seriousy. Of all the so-called Pop artists, I find him the most problematic.

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