To his critics, he was the cynical magus of a movement that debased high art and reduced it to a commodity. To his admirers, he was the most important artist since Picasso. As the quintessential Pop artist, Andy Warhol razed the barrier between high and low culture.
Pop disentangles the myths of Warhol from the man he truly was, offering a vivid, entertaining, and provocative look at the legendary artist’s personal and artistic evolution during his most productive and innovative years. It is a dynamic, groundbreaking portrait of the man who changed the way we see the world.
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Vivid portraits of such Warhol-adjacent luminaries as Jasper Johns, The Velvet Underground, Bob Dylan and Factory “superstars” Edie Sedgwick and Gerard Malanga provide much of the narrative’s color, elements that recombined in endlessly fascinating and fruitful ways with Warhol as the gnomic, gig...Sep 15 2009 | Read Full Review of Pop: The Genius of Andy Warhol
Pop: The Genius of Andy Warhol, Tony Scherman and David Dalton's new look at one of the most controversial figures in the mid-twentieth century art world, sets out both to correct some of the many myths surrounding the man as well as, more importantly, explain and reevaluate the nature of his aes...Mar 28 2010 | Read Full Review of Pop: The Genius of Andy Warhol
So he painted them, not from life but from existing images such as magazine ads, a Warhol signature style that came to be associated with Pop Art in general.The soup cans "fused his love of Americana the Campbell's label had a folk-arty quality to it but blown up and hung in an art gallery, it ...| Read Full Review of Pop: The Genius of Andy Warhol
In “Pop: The Genius of Andy Warhol,’’ arts writers Tony Scherman and David Dalton trace the ascent of the iconic Warhol from his blue-collar roots to the pinnacle of the New York art world in the turbulent 1960s.Feb 05 2010 | Read Full Review of Pop: The Genius of Andy Warhol
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Even if she's a human and he's a demon, those two kids are meant to be together."--Kate Duffy's formula for a satisfying romance novel as recounted by Sarah Wendell of Smart Bitches, Trashy Books in an obituary in today's New York Times.Oct 06 2009 | Read Full Review of Pop: The Genius of Andy Warhol
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