ideological biases. Why put fifty Cambell's soup cans on canvas? So far, there are scores of explanations.
Andy Warhol, if nothing else, has played an important role in acquainting us with the seemingly impenetrable ambiguity which is at the center of the postmodern experience. No doubt, however, he would have shrugged off this reading too. He once told Bob Colacello, longtime editor of Interview, that "Criticism is so old fashioned. Why don't you just put in a lot of gossip." 34