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Barry GewenIn the end, what comes through in I'll Be Your Mirror is a special kind of resoluteness, Warhol's remarkable and admirable poise. Though he was a churchgoing Roman Catholic, he lived without God, without ideals or aspirations. Abstractions meant nothing to him. Existence was the here and now. Warhol's world was a landscape out of Samuel Beckett, cold and desolate.
— The New York Times