“This and other Warhol trivia is gathered into four walking tours in Andy Warhol’s New York City: Four Walks, Uptown to Downtown, a slim but informative guidebook that maps the artist’s life -- shows and triumphs, antics and fallings-out -- against the backdrop of Manhattan.[Author] Kiedrowski, a true Warholphile, commissioned elegant drawings from Vito Giallo, an artist who served as Warhol’s first paid assistant. Though some of the notable buildings no longer exist -- they are marked 'RAZED' in the book -- it seems Warhol would not have minded much. 'I like old things torn down and new things put up every minute.” – T, The New York Times’s Style Magazine blog
“Thomas Kiedrowski, who leads tours to Warhol sites in New York, has written an excellent new guidebook to the pale one’s haunts, Andy Warhol’s New York City: Four Walks Uptown to Downtown….Kiedrowski has divided his survey of 80 Warhol sites into four walks: the Upper East Side above E. 70th St., the Upper East Side between E. 57th and E. 68th St., Midtown, and Downtown (including Greenwich Village)....A guidebook is not a biography, but this sturdy paperback is rich with details about Warhol, some surprising.” – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
"Andy Warhol's New York City is "one of ten reasons to love New York this summer." — Vogue.com
Thomas Kiedrowski leads tours to Warhol sites in New York City. He received his B.F A. in Film from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and after working in Hollywood, now lives New York.
The artist, Vito Giallo, turned Wolfgang Beck’s large midtown studio loft into an art gallery, known to all as The Loft Gallery. It was here that he gave Andy Warhol his first New York one-man show in October 1954. Giallo lives in New York.