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.
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 9 months ago by Brandee L Brouwer
“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 10 months ago by Louis Foster
Behind his superficial art world persona, I was throughly entertained by this introspective, funny, and interesting artist. Read morePublished 14 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 16 months ago by Them
POPism: The Warhol Sixties [Paperback]
I followed Andy Warhol since I was a young girl. He always fascinated me with his "far out" style and pop art. Read more
As the '60s becomes the stuff of nostalgic TV and fading memory (You were REALLY at Woodstock, Grandpa?) it is a reality check to read something by someone who lived at its center. Read morePublished on April 8, 2011 by Doenschen
Popism is one of the more revealing books about Andy Warhol and his cohorts in the silver 60's. I found it to be very informative and interesting, and is very easy to read. Read morePublished on November 5, 2009 by Trouble
Summer of 1973 I was "dragged" to see Andy Warhol's "TRASH" movie that started at midnight up in The Sullivan County Catskill Mountains in the village of Monticello. Read morePublished on June 24, 2009 by Barbara Stienstra
I really enjoyed reading this book, Andy and Pat Hackett have an interesting and humerous way of putting things together. Read morePublished on August 26, 2008 by Flavia Miralles