Andy Warhol and Photography: Image Machine

Andy Warhol and Photography: Image Machine


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Вес 1200 g
Габариты 24 × 31 cm


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The catalogue is devoted to Andy Warhol’s use of photography as source material. It examines the central role of photography in Warhol’s art—its relationship to his portrait painting and documentation of the artist’s social life.

Warhol has been crowned the “Prince of Pop Art” for introducing iconic images of commercial products and glamour stars, such as Campbell’s Soup Cans and Marilyn Monroe, into the lexicon of art. His transformation of art by appropriating the photographic image from mass media marked a significant shift in our cultural history. Warhol’s Pop Art images have largely defined the perception of the artist; however, until the Warhol Photographic Legacy Program, the vast extent of Warhol’s photographic output was relatively unknown and little studied.

The catalogue features images of icons such as Elizabeth Taylor, Gianni Versace, Cheryl Tiegs and Jackie Kennedy but also so far unpublished photos by Jon Gould.


English. 200 pages with 220 col. ill. 24.1 x 31.7 cm.