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Andy Warhol: The Impossible Collection

Author : Eric Shiner
Publisher : Assouline Publishing
Page : 6 pages
File Size : 49,5 Mb
Release : 2017-09-01
Category : Travel
ISBN : 9781614286271

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Andy Warhol’s explosive Pop Art and sharp commentary on advertising and celebrity culture are renowned and deeply relevant even decades after their creation. Though Warhol himself could be a polarizing figure both personally and professionally, there is no doubt that he was a pioneer of the Pop movement, and today, as a result, his works regularly fetch astronomical prices. In this evocative addition to Assouline’s Ultimate Collection, Warhol expert and former Andy Warhol Museum director Eric Shiner curates the 100 quintessential, unique works that define the evolution of this illustrious artist, tracing Warhol’s dynamic career from the late forties to the end of the eighties and creating a stunning compendium whose pieces, due to their rarity, value, and prestige as part of a museum or other collection, could simply never all be acquired by a single collector. Casual art lovers know Campbell’s Soup Cans and the Marilyn Diptych, but Andy Warhol: The Impossible Collection goes deeper, revealing and revisiting some less ubiquitous yet equally powerful pieces, spanning paintings, prints, sculpture, films, and photography, from Warhol’s astonishing oeuvre.

Andy Warhol's Blow Job

Author : Roy Grundmann
Publisher : Temple University Press
Page : 244 pages
File Size : 54,5 Mb
Release : 2003
Category : Art
ISBN : 1566399726

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In this ground-breaking and provocative book, Roy Grundmann contends that Andy Warhol's notorious 1964 underground film, Blow Job, serves as rich allegory as well as suggestive metaphor for post-war American society's relation to homosexuality. Arguing that Blow Job epitomizes the highly complex position of gay invisibility and visibility, Grundmann uses the film to explore the mechanisms that constructed pre-Stonewall white gay male identity in popular culture, high art, science, and ethnography. Grundmann draws on discourses of art history, film theory, queer studies, and cultural studies to situate Warhol's work at the nexus of Pop art, portrait painting, avant-garde film, and mainstream cinema. His close textual analysis of the film probes into its ambiguities and the ways in which viewers respond to what is and what is not on screen. Presenting rarely reproduced Warhol art and previously unpublished Ed Wallowitch photographs along with now iconic publicity shots of James Dean, Grundmann establishes Blow Job as a consummate example of Warhol's highly insightful engagement with a broad range of representational codes of gender and sexuality. Roy Grundmann is Assistant Professor of Film Studies at Boston University and a contributing editor of Cineaste.

Warhol

Author : Blake Gopnik
Publisher : HarperCollins
Page : 1155 pages
File Size : 40,5 Mb
Release : 2020-04-28
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 9780062298409

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The definitive biography of a fascinating and paradoxical figure, one of the most influential artists of his—or any—age To this day, mention the name “Andy Warhol” to almost anyone and you’ll hear about his famous images of soup cans and Marilyn Monroe. But though Pop Art became synonymous with Warhol’s name and dominated the public’s image of him, his life and work are infinitely more complex and multi-faceted than that. In Warhol, esteemed art critic Blake Gopnik takes on Andy Warhol in all his depth and dimensions. “The meanings of his art depend on the way he lived and who he was,” as Gopnik writes. “That’s why the details of his biography matter more than for almost any cultural figure,” from his working-class Pittsburgh upbringing as the child of immigrants to his early career in commercial art to his total immersion in the “performance” of being an artist, accompanied by global fame and stardom—and his attempted assassination. The extent and range of Warhol’s success, and his deliberate attempts to thwart his biographers, means that it hasn’t been easy to put together an accurate or complete image of him. But in this biography, unprecedented in its scope and detail as well as in its access to Warhol’s archives, Gopnik brings to life a figure who continues to fascinate because of his contradictions—he was known as sweet and caring to his loved ones but also a coldhearted manipulator; a deep-thinking avant-gardist but also a true lover of schlock and kitsch; a faithful churchgoer but also an eager sinner, skeptic, and cynic. Wide-ranging and immersive, Warhol gives us the most robust and intricate picture to date of a man and an artist who consistently defied easy categorization and whose life and work continue to profoundly affect our culture and society today.

Who Was Andy Warhol?

Author : Kirsten Anderson,Who HQ
Publisher : Penguin
Page : 112 pages
File Size : 49,8 Mb
Release : 2014-12-26
Category : Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN : 9780698187382

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Who Was Andy Warhol? by Kirsten Anderson,Who HQ Pdf

Best known for his screen prints of soup cans and movie stars, this shy young boy from Pittsburgh shot to fame with his radical ideas of what “art” could be. Working in the aptly named “Factory,” Warhol’s paintings, movies, and eccentric lifestyle blurred the lines between pop culture and art, ushering in the Pop Art movement and, with it, a national obsession. Who Was Andy Warhol? tells the story of an enigmatic man who grew into a cultural icon.

Andy Warhol So Many Stars Board Book

Author : Mudpuppy
Publisher : Mudpuppy Books
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 46,5 Mb
Release : 2013-10-08
Category : Art appreciation
ISBN : 0735340390

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Andy Warhol So Many Stars Board Book by Mudpuppy Pdf

Best known for his images of soup cans and celebrities, Andy Warhol, one of the preeminent artists of the 20th century, also created many hand-drawn pieces of whimsy and wonder. In 26 beautifully illustrated pages, the So Many Stars Board Book showcases the complete collection of one of his most playful projects—an exploration of the concept of "So," including You Are So Big, You Are So Small, So Sweet, and I Love You So. Filled with sweet phrases and a mirror feature that will delight young readers, So Many Stars is a terrific introduction to an iconic modern artist. -Includes never before published images -26 pages -Mirror feature in the back -Spot UV on the cover -Trim: 5 1/2 x 4 1/3 in. (16 x 12 1/2 cm)

Andy Warhol

Author : Gregor Muir,Yilmaz Dziewior
Publisher : Rizzoli Publications
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 45,8 Mb
Release : 2021-04-27
Category : Art
ISBN : 9780847869251

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Andy Warhol by Gregor Muir,Yilmaz Dziewior Pdf

A new reading of Warhol presents his life and work in the context of contemporary concerns, emphasizing his continued relevance in the digital age. As an underground art star, Andy Warhol was the antidote to the prevalent Abstract Expressionist style of the 1950s. His work in advertising, fashion, film, and music videos featured popular everyday subjects, openly acknowledged wide-ranging influences, and had a fascination with popular culture. Looking at his background in an immigrant family, ideas of death and religion, sexuality, and ambition to push traditional artistic boundaries, the book reveals Warhol as an artist who succeeded and failed in equal measure and who embraced the establishment while cavorting with the underground. It explores Warhol's flirtation with the commercial world of celebrity alongside his socially engaged collaborations and advocacy of alternative lifestyles. Including many iconic as well as lesser-known works, this book highlights Warhol's conceptual ambition within the shifting creative and political landscape, permitting a broad view of how Warhol, and his work, mark a period of cultural transformation.

I Bought Andy Warhol

Author : Richard Polsky
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Page : 258 pages
File Size : 46,7 Mb
Release : 2005-01-10
Category : Art
ISBN : 9781582345246

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I Bought Andy Warhol by Richard Polsky Pdf

A private art dealer pulls back the curtain of his industry through the tale of a twelve-year quest to obtain an Andy Warhol painting, a journey spanning the 1980s and 1990s in a fascinating and bizarre industry few get to experience firsthand. Reprint. 30,000 first printing.

Unseen Warhol

Author : John Timothy O'Connor,Benjamin Liu
Publisher : Rizzoli International Publications
Page : 216 pages
File Size : 54,8 Mb
Release : 1996
Category : Art
ISBN : UOM:39015038114446

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Unseen Warhol by John Timothy O'Connor,Benjamin Liu Pdf

Item consists of interviews with people who knew Andy Warhol.

Andy Warhol, 1928-1987

Author : Klaus Honnef,Andy Warhol
Publisher : Taschen
Page : 204 pages
File Size : 42,7 Mb
Release : 2000
Category : Art
ISBN : 3822863211

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Andy Warhol, 1928-1987 by Klaus Honnef,Andy Warhol Pdf

A commentary on the life and work of Andy Warhol, celebrated American artist.

Andy Warhol

Author : Annette Michelson
Publisher : MIT Press
Page : 158 pages
File Size : 52,6 Mb
Release : 2002-01-18
Category : Art
ISBN : 026263242X

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A critical primer on the work of Andy Warhol. Andy Warhol (1928-1987), one of the most celebrated artists of the last third of the twentieth century, owes his unique place in the history of visual culture not to the mastery of a single medium but to the exercise of multiple media and roles. A legendary art world figure, he worked as an artist, filmmaker, photographer, collector, author, and designer. Beginning in the 1950s as a commercial artist, he went on to produce work for exhibition in galleries and museums. The range of his efforts soon expanded to the making of films, photography, video, and books. Warhol first came to public notice in the 1960s through works that drew on advertising, brand names, and newspaper stories and headlines. Many of his best-known images, both single and in series, were produced within the context of pop art. Warhol was a major figure in the bridging of the gap between high and low art, and his mode of production in the famous studio known as "The Factory" involved the recognition of art making as one form of enterprise among others. The radical nature of that enterprise has ensured the iconic status of his art and person. Andy Warhol contains illustrated essays by Benjamin H. D. Buchloh, Thomas Crow, Hal Foster, Rosalind Krauss, Annette Michelson, and Nan Rosenthal, plus a previously unpublished interview with Warhol by Buchloh. The essays address Warhol's relation to and effect on mass culture and the recurrence of disaster and death in his art.

Sturtevant

Author : Patricia Lee (Writer on contemporary art)
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 40,9 Mb
Release : 2016
Category : Art
ISBN : 1846381649

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An illustrated examination of a work--a Warhol that isn''t by Warhol--that embodies a shift in attitudes about artistic authorship and originality. Warhol Marilyn (1965) is not a work by Andy Warhol but by the artist Elaine Sturtevant (1930-2014). Throughout her career, Sturtevant (as she preferred to be called) remade and exhibited works by other contemporary artists, among them Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, and Robert Rauschenberg. For Warhol Marilyn, Sturtevant used one of Warhol''s own silkscreens from his series of Marilyn printed multiples. (When asked how he made his silkscreened work, Warhol famously answered, "I don''t know. Ask Elaine.") In this book, Patricia Lee examines Warhol Marilyn as representing a shift in thinking about artistic authorship and originality, highlighting a decisive moment in the rethinking of the contemporary artwork. Lee describes the cognitive dissonance a viewer might feel on learning the identity of Warhol Marilyn''s author, and explains that mistaken identity is part of Sturtevant''s intention for the operation of the work. She discusses the ways that Sturtevant''s methodology went against the grain of a certain interpretation of modernism, and addresses the cultural significance of both Warhol and Monroe as celebrity figures. She considers Dorothy Podber''s shooting a bullet through a stack of Warhol''s Marilyns (thereafter known as The Shot Marilyns) at the Factory in 1964 and its possible influence on Sturtevant''s decision to remake the work. Lee writes that Sturtevant''s critical reception has been informed by some fictional forebears: the made-up artist Hank Herron (whose nonexistent work duplicating paintings by Frank Stella was reviewed by a fictional critic), and (suggested by Sturtevant herself) Pierre Menard, the title character of Jorge Luis Borges''s "Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote," who recreates a section of Cervantes''s masterpiece line by line. And finally, she explores installation contexts and display strategies for Sturtevant''s work as illuminating her broader artistic aims and principles. and explains that mistaken identity is part of Sturtevant''s intention for the operation of the work. She discusses the ways that Sturtevant''s methodology went against the grain of a certain interpretation of modernism, and addresses the cultural significance of both Warhol and Monroe as celebrity figures. She considers Dorothy Podber''s shooting a bullet through a stack of Warhol''s Marilyns (thereafter known as The Shot Marilyns) at the Factory in 1964 and its possible influence on Sturtevant''s decision to remake the work. Lee writes that Sturtevant''s critical reception has been informed by some fictional forebears: the made-up artist Hank Herron (whose nonexistent work duplicating paintings by Frank Stella was reviewed by a fictional critic), and (suggested by Sturtevant herself) Pierre Menard, the title character of Jorge Luis Borges''s "Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote," who recreates a section of Cervantes''s masterpiece line by line. And finally, she explores installation contexts and display strategies for Sturtevant''s work as illuminating her broader artistic aims and principles. ntexts and display strategies for Sturtevant''s work as illuminating her broader artistic aims and principles.and explains that mistaken identity is part of Sturtevant''s intention for the operation of the work. She discusses the ways that Sturtevant''s methodology went against the grain of a certain interpretation of modernism, and addresses the cultural significance of both Warhol and Monroe as celebrity figures. She considers Dorothy Podber''s shooting a bullet through a stack of Warhol''s Marilyns (thereafter known as The Shot Marilyns) at the Factory in 1964 and its possible influence on Sturtevant''s decision to remake the work. Lee writes that Sturtevant''s critical reception has been informed by some fictional forebears: the made-up artist Hank Herron (whose nonexistent work duplicating paintings by Frank Stella was reviewed by a fictional critic), and (suggested by Sturtevant herself) Pierre Menard, the title character of Jorge Luis Borges''s "Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote," who recreates a section of Cervantes''s masterpiece line by line. And finally, she explores installation contexts and display strategies for Sturtevant''s work as illuminating her broader artistic aims and principles. and explains that mistaken identity is part of Sturtevant''s intention for the operation of the work. She discusses the ways that Sturtevant''s methodology went against the grain of a certain interpretation of modernism, and addresses the cultural significance of both Warhol and Monroe as celebrity figures. She considers Dorothy Podber''s shooting a bullet through a stack of Warhol''s Marilyns (thereafter known as The Shot Marilyns) at the Factory in 1964 and its possible influence on Sturtevant''s decision to remake the work. Lee writes that Sturtevant''s critical reception has been informed by some fictional forebears: the made-up artist Hank Herron (whose nonexistent work duplicating paintings by Frank Stella was reviewed by a fictional critic), and (suggested by Sturtevant herself) Pierre Menard, the title character of Jorge Luis Borges''s "Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote," who recreates a section of Cervantes''s masterpiece line by line. And finally, she explores installation contexts and display strategies for Sturtevant''s work as illuminating her broader artistic aims and principles. ntexts and display strategies for Sturtevant''s work as illuminating her broader artistic aims and principles.ntexts and display strategies for Sturtevant''s work as illuminating her broader artistic aims and principles.and explains that mistaken identity is part of Sturtevant''s intention for the operation of the work. She discusses the ways that Sturtevant''s methodology went against the grain of a certain interpretation of modernism, and addresses the cultural significance of both Warhol and Monroe as celebrity figures. She considers Dorothy Podber''s shooting a bullet through a stack of Warhol''s Marilyns (thereafter known as The Shot Marilyns) at the Factory in 1964 and its possible influence on Sturtevant''s decision to remake the work. Lee writes that Sturtevant''s critical reception has been informed by some fictional forebears: the made-up artist Hank Herron (whose nonexistent work duplicating paintings by Frank Stella was reviewed by a fictional critic), and (suggested by Sturtevant herself) Pierre Menard, the title character of Jorge Luis Borges''s "Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote," who recreates a section of Cervantes''s masterpiece line by line. And finally, she explores installation contexts and display strategies for Sturtevant''s work as illuminating her broader artistic aims and principles. ntexts and display strategies for Sturtevant''s work as illuminating her broader artistic aims and principles.," who recreates a section of Cervantes''s masterpiece line by line. And finally, she explores installation contexts and display strategies for Sturtevant''s work as illuminating her broader artistic aims and principles.ntexts and display strategies for Sturtevant''s work as illuminating her broader artistic aims and principles.

The Andy Warhol Museum

Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 208 pages
File Size : 47,9 Mb
Release : 1994
Category : Electronic
ISBN : OCLC:1145787824

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On and by Andy Warhol

Author : Gilda Williams
Publisher : On&By
Page : 240 pages
File Size : 50,9 Mb
Release : 2016-01-03
Category : Electronic
ISBN : 0854882456

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On and by Andy Warhol by Gilda Williams Pdf

The impact of Andy Warhol on contemporary culture is incalculable. A pioneer in virtually every media in which he worked, Warhol also has a lesser-known hand in such contemporary staples as reality TV, computer art, and the rock-gig light show. In the wake of dedicated Twitter feeds today that easily adapt his short epithets or 'Warholisms' into 140-character snippets, Andy Warhol's cultural relevance seems only to grow in the 21st century. This title brings together notable writers who have examined the influence and legacy of Warhol's life and work.

Andy Warhol Coloring Book

Author : Mudpuppy
Publisher : Mudpuppy
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 55,9 Mb
Release : 2016-01-19
Category : Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN : 0735346062

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Andy Warhol Coloring Book by Mudpuppy Pdf

Mudpuppy's Andy Warhol Coloring Book features the iconic pop artist's greatest hits ready to be colored in and customized by young artists. Introduce well-known classics like Andy's Campbell's Soup Cans to a new generation in a creative and interactive way with this 32-page coloring book. Each page is perforated to easily tear out and display as a new work of art. • 32 pages, 9.5 x 12.25 in. (24 x 31 cm) • Staple-bound and perforated pages • Soft-touch finish

The Religious Art of Andy Warhol

Author : Jane D. Dillenberger
Publisher : A&C Black
Page : 136 pages
File Size : 48,8 Mb
Release : 2001-02-01
Category : Art
ISBN : 9780826413345

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The Religious Art of Andy Warhol by Jane D. Dillenberger Pdf

Two images of Andy Warhol exist in the popular press: the Pope of Pop of the Sixties, and the partying, fright-wigged Andy of the Seventies. In the two years before he died, however, Warhol made over 100 paintings, drawings, and prints based on Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper. The dramatic story of these works is told in this book for the first time. Revealed here is the part of Andy Warhol that he kept very secret: his lifelong church attendance and his personal piety. Art historian and curator Jane Daggett Dillenberger explores the sources and manifestations of Warhol's spiritual side, the manifestations of which are to be found in the celebrated paintings of the last decade of Warhol's life: his Skull paintings, the prints based on Renaissance religious artwork, the Cross paintings, and the large series based on The Last Supper.>