STAMFORD, Conn. -- Andy Warhol’s nephew, James Warhola, artist and author of "Uncle Andy’s," and Thomas Kiedrowski, author of "Andy Warhol’s New York City," will discuss Warhol’s life and art at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Palace Theatre.
The pair will discuss the life of the famous artist, from his humble beginnings in Pittsburgh to his great success in New York City.
Kiedrowski is an independent scholar most known for his research and book on Warhol. He has spent the last few years collecting stories, interviews and articles pertaining to more than 300-plus Warhol-related locations around Manhattan, according to a press release.
Warhola is an artist and illustrator who has designed more than 300 science fiction and fantasy covers for books by such authors as Spider Robinson, Heinlein, and W. Gibson, according to a press release. Since 1987, he has concentrated on illustrating children's books, including Uncle Andy’s Cats and Uncle Andy's, which won a 2004 IRA Children's Book Award.
Tickets are $25. The theater is at 61 Atlantic St., Stamford.
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