ANDY WARHOL, The Real King of Pop

ANDY WARHOL, The Real King of Pop


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ANDY WARHOL, The Real King of Pop by Michael Malott

"A MUST READ!" ... Holly Woodlawn/Warhol Superstar

THE REAL STORY . . . . . . . .

"This book is not only about Andy, but the whole era which this writer taps so well, It's so well written. Out of all the Warhol authors, Michael Malott is at the top of my list. Anyone interested in Warhol and that time and era, it's a must read!"
....... Holly Woodlawn/Actress, Warhol Superstar
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"A very accurate accounting of what the real Andy Warhol was really about"
.......... Taylor Mead/Actor, Warhol Superstar
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The first half of twentieth century art belongs to Pablo Picasso, but there is no argument that the second half belongs to Andy Warhol. One of the most influential figures in modern art, Andy Warhol is instantly recognized for his Marilyn and Elvis portraits, his iconic Campbell's Soup cans, and for his blazing the trail for underground avant garde film, producing more than sixty films from 1963 to 1968.

Warhol's studio, known as "The Factory," was a famous gathering place that brought together distinguished intellectuals, drag queens, rock stars, transvestites, writers, artists, Bohemian street people, junkies, Hollywood celebrities and wealthy patrons. The Factory was a place where society's outcasts could mingle with the rich and famous, where legendary parties set trends and influenced popular culture, and where Warhol would create works which are now valued in the millions.

But Warhol also had a dark side, and many of those who worked with him had little respect for him. Behind Warhol the artist were many people who sacrificed their own careers and even their lives to bring Warhol the notoriety he gained throughout his relentless pursuit for fame.

In The Real King of Pop, Warhol historian and collector Michael Malott compiles his years of researching Andy's life and interviewing those who knew and worked with Warhol into an extensive biography on this legendary, aloof and often misunderstood individual.......


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781483903200
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/07/2013
Pages: 276
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.58(d)

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