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Talking to Andy Warhol's 'ghost'

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Will Gompertz | 13:17 UK time, Friday, 15 October 2010

Leonardo da Vinci, who died in 1519, is spending this lunchtime fielding questions at the Frieze Art Fair in London. Or so suggests American artist Jeffrey Vallance, who has convened a panel of mediums such that da Vinci can talk about art in the afterlife and other matters, along with Jackson Pollock, Frida Kahlo, Marcel Duchamp and Vincent van Gogh.

Andy Warhol exhibition


I asked Jeffrey if he could arrange for me an interview with Andy Warhol, which became momentarily fractious and which you can hear below.

I also had a couple of questions for Jeffrey himself, such as "what makes this art?" and "do you think Andy Warhol was really answering my questions?".

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