Andy Warhol: His Controversial Life, Art and Colourful Times

    Format:  Hardback   Author:  Tony Scherman and David Dalton


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      With a sleight of hand, Andy Warhol redefined the boundaries of painting, sculpture and film. The assembly-line effect of his ‘machine-made’ images allowed Warhol to fix the viewer’s gaze on mass culture, closing the gap between art and life, bringing the old hierarchies of art to a collapse. But who was the man behind the public pose? The Factory was driven by sexual experimentation and the obses

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