GET ART – Reliving Andy Warhol’s Silver Factory

 

One of the most anticipated  art events in Hollywood this summer, GET ART 2013, a re-creation of Andy Warhol’s Silver Factory, returned last night and brought with it an eclectic, modern and unique array of pop art-esque  pieces at an affordable price.  What’s more is that all the pieces were donated by various emerging and established artists in support of Project Angel Food, a well-known non-profit agency the provides meals for people home-bound or disabled by HIV/AIDS.  The night included a few great live performances and celebrity appearances in Bruce Vilanch and Eric McKormack.  Those of you who missed GET ART 2013 should really mark your calendars for next year.

 

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