OP-2088

Andy Warhol. A Retrospective

One of the most controversial and influential figures on the American cultural scene, Warhol embodied the idiosyncracies of modern times in his art and life. This catalog, which accompanies his first major retrospective, shows the range of his career in over 600 illustrations (277 in color). Four essays assess his impact, his sources, his technical methods, and his roots in commercial art. The picture is rounded out by a chronology that documents his life and career, a section offering comments and images by his colleagues, and a compilation of statements by the artist himself. A handsome and definitive work, recommended for general, art, and modern culture collections.

Text: McShine Kynaston, Buchloh Benjamin H. D et al. cm 25×29; pp. 479; COL and BW; hardcover with dust jacket. Publisher: MoMA Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1986.

ISBN: 9780870706806 | 0870706802

 60,00

ID: OP-2088

Product Description

One of the most controversial and influential figures on the American cultural scene, Warhol embodied the idiosyncracies of modern times in his art and life. This catalog, which accompanies his first major retrospective, shows the range of his career in over 600 illustrations (277 in color). Four essays assess his impact, his sources, his technical methods, and his roots in commercial art. The picture is rounded out by a chronology that documents his life and career, a section offering comments and images by his colleagues, and a compilation of statements by the artist himself. A handsome and definitive work, recommended for general, art, and modern culture collections.