TC314: Gold Regine's Cardposted by: Molly Tighe on Aug.31.10
Have you ever stood in line outside a club, hoping and waiting for the bouncer to let you in? Have you felt the club doorkeeper’s eyes scrutinizing you through a peephole of a door without a handle, hoping your outfit is stylish enough for you to gain admittance? Andy Warhol didn’t. Well, at least not in New York City and not in 1981, almost 20 years after his Campbell’s Soup Can paintings catapulted him to the helm of the contemporary and pop art scenes.