He always fascinated me with his "far out" style and pop art.
Having read several other books about Andy Warhol by people other than Andy, I feel this book help to bring him alive better than any have I read so far.
Its still a great (interesting and lots of fun) read, but something was missing for me.
These three Andy books were an Easter gift for my son who is a Graphic Art major, I have seen so many of his student 's art projects after studying Warhol. Read morePublished 6 days ago by C.H.M.
I think Pat Hackett did most of the writing. That said, it's definitely worth reading for those who have an interest in Warhol. Read morePublished 7 days ago by ventana
The Warhol 'voice' didn't come through as clearly as it does in some other books. Still interesting.Published 3 months ago by Nikon SP
I was a litle mislead by the photo and thought the book was going to have the cover pictured, but it didn't. It was a just a plain slightly stained cover.Published 15 months ago by Deelynn
“Popism” isn’t a work of art criticism or a scholarly monograph about the Pop Art movement in art which followed close on the heels of Abstract Expressionism but rather a charming... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Louis Foster
Behind his superficial art world persona, I was throughly entertained by this introspective, funny, and interesting artist. Read morePublished 20 months ago by the accidental bachelor
Although the paintings of Andy Warhol are famous for a flatness whose paradoxical depth and nuance speaks volumes about our age, one would expect that since Warhol is not a writer,... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Them