Fame in the Desert - Carnegie Magazine
An outdoor scene from an exhibition with Alula projected on to a large rock formation and a young girl holding her artwork

From left: Jabal Alfil, also known as “Elephant Rock,” one of Saudi Arabia’s most famous geological formations; a visitor shows her print of the Arabian Leopard that she made on opening night of the Silkscreen Printing Hub.

Fame in the Desert

Warhol’s fascination with celebrity is bridging cultural gaps far from home.

By Jennifer Davis

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