An Andy Warhol parody. Warhol began making his infamous “Marilyn” silkscreens shortly after the death of Marilyn Monroe. The image he chose was a publicity shot for the 1953 film Niagara. The series of images he created explored themes of death, celebrity cult, and the media saturation that occurred at her death. The cult of glamorous Marilyn lives on, long after her remains have mouldered in the grave, as does the cult of Warhol.

Chorus Line

A line of grinning skeletons wearing top hats dance in a chorus line. The high contrast image is done is white, black, greys, and reds. A small tear appears at the corner of each skeleton’s eye as the show goes on and on and on…