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Warhol by José Maria Faerna
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0810946556, Hardcover)

Unique, bizarre, and often controversial, Andy Warhol in life and in death bridged the gap between high art and the ordinary, creating works that explored almost every artistic genre. From screen printing and "supermarket" art to oil paintings and photography, Warhol rocked the established art world, perhaps more so than any of his contemporaries. Collected within this illustrated guide to the "King of Pop" are almost 70 images reproduced with excellent clarity and incorporating every stage of Warhol's diverse artistic career. Fascinating histories of each piece make this a highly recommended guide to a cultural icon. --Naomi Gesinger

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:12:06 -0400)

An illustrated survey which spans the entire range of Warhol's art, and focuses on his ideas about diversity, objectification of celebrities, and aesthetics.

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