Warhol: A Life as Art

February 22, 2020 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

An in-depth biography of Andy Warhol and his world ‘Warhol A Life as Art’ by Blake Gropnik is a huge book, coming in at 960 pages including sources and index. As the book I received from Vine was an advance reading copy, I don’t know if the final edition will contain pictures of Warhol and his works. However, when necessary I made use of the internet to search for relevant images.As a former student of art history I had a passing awareness of Warhol’s life and work though this comprehensive biography provided a year-by-year…

Anonymous says:

Warhol in fine detail, from birth to deaths Blake Gopnik has given us a close-up view of the life of Andy Warhol from his birth through his first death and on to his final death years later. I was not expecting too much, and accepted this Advance Proof Text from Vine in hope of learning more about the famous artist and his works, and to discover what lay behind all the hype.I was not disappointed; despite the lack of any illustrations (it is only a reading advance) the words paint a starkly brilliant picture of Warhol’s…

Anonymous says:

Not my cup of tea I have a fascination with cult leaders like Worhol, Manson, etc. So I was eager to get this book and learn more about him. It was certainly dense with information. I hope that the final product will have photos and break up the text a bit, as this was quite overwhelming.The info was interesting. This book is definitely for someone wanting some real in-depth data and opinions on Warhol, not just a Wiki page summary.Each chapter went through the years of his life chronologically. It…

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