Andy Warhol said one day everyone will be famous for 15 minutes
Andy Warhol said everyone would be famous for 15 minutes
I haven't told him to his face but I would" Classicist Mary Beard on Boris Johnson "I can dress like an 18-year-old, because my spirit is 18" Lawyer and writer Nancy Dell'Olio, 54, above "Andy Warhol said everyone wouldbe famous for 15 minutes
He was spot on, in 1968, when he declared: "In the future, everyone will be world famous for 15 minutes
ANDY Warhol once predicted: "In the future, everybody will be world famous for 15 minutes
A slight tilt in the course of history, and Warhol might only have been famous for 15 minutes
-- as the subject of a voyeuristic reality show.
The ex-justice secretary referred to the American artist - who said everyone would be famous for 15 minutes
- as he admitted he had no idea freeing Abdelbaset al-Megrahi would cause such outrage.
Raymond was a rock star, famous for 15 minutes
, who now needs medication to calm him down.
He quotes American artist Andy Warhol in saying that "everyone will be world famous for 15 minutes
, so maybe this is already my 15 minutes," which he happily uses to arouse art discussions, whether internationally or locally.
He made his most admirable contribution to our lives and times by proclaiming that in future, everybody would be famous for 15 minutes
We are approaching a time, as Andy Warhol said, when everyone will be famous for 15 minutes
One of his fellow contestants called Dave "The Wizard" when he first saw him in his robes, and - in light of that and the well-known theory about reality stars being famous for 15 minutes
- the rest of us decided on another name, dubbing him not Andy Warhol, but Wandy A***hole instead.
Which American artist wrote: "In the future everybody will be world famous for 15 minutes
Scott said: "Andy Warhol said everybody in the future will be famous for 15 minutes
and I wanted my 15 minutes of fame.
Among the works of modern art that adorn Sachiko Goodman's Greenwich estate, her most treasured piece is a 1980 portrait by Andy Warhol, the artist who claimed everyone will be famous for 15 minutes