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Currier's Warhol show has a political edge

''Red Jackie'' by Andy Warhol is part of ''Warhol: Pop Politics,'' opening at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, N.H., on Sept. 27. ''Red Jackie'' by Andy Warhol is part of ''Warhol: Pop Politics,'' opening at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, N.H., on Sept. 27. (courtesy of the currier museum of art)
By Sebastian Smee
Globe Staff / September 7, 2008

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Five years after President John F. Kennedy was shot, Andy Warhol responded with a portfolio of 14 color screenprints made from images he found in newspapers and on TV. (Full article: 553 words)

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