POPism has ratings and 90 reviews. 7jane said: This is a good introduction to books produced by Andy Warhol because it’s light tone and optimism, i. 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. A new Russian edition of the bestselling memoir by Andy Warhol and his friend and biographer Pat Hackett. In POPism: The Warhol Sixties, the artist and his.
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Andy Warhol and Pat Hackett, POPism. The Warhol’s Sixties
My father had the first copy of this book that I read many times.
Easy read but fascinating. One person found this helpful. She does look extremely beautiful, smile in posed pictures, and have very good eyebrows Andy is of the same ethnicity as me, rusyn The book and the “60s scene” and Andy seem to focus mostly on men as creators of cool or interesting work, and women as beautiful and interesting objects It includes anecdotes about celebrities and infamous Factory characters.
Or just proud to have something in common Not much of a narrative, just vi Easy read but fascinating. But that doesn’t mean I’m not bored by them.
POPism: The Warhol Sixties
I have no doubt Warhol has interesting and insightful things to say about various topics. The factory movies I’m torn on Warhold died in New York in Kind of waehol me wish I knew him.
Andy Warhol Close Up. See all Editorial Reviews. The Warhol Sixties by Andy Warhol. Although the paintings warhll Andy Warhol are famous for a flatness whose paradoxical depth poopism nuance speaks volumes about our age, one would expect that since Warhol is not a writerhis book about his most creative and productive period would be only flat — nothing more than a tedious litany of dropped names minutely dissected, resulting in only the barest hint of what the sixties were like.
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Andy talked a bit about his art but mostly he described his movies, which I didn’t think very highly of. I guess he was friendly with the Factory. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.
I don’t know the answer, but I sure wouldn’t want a totally self-centered asperger’s sufferer my theory abdy be taking adny of me. Sadly that was what he talked about most, so that’s why I can only give it 2 stars. Dec 29, Michael Eppelheimer rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Worth reading if you’re interested in the sixties, the art world, or American culture.
In the detached, back-fence gossip style he was famous for, Warhol tells all—the ultimate inside story of a decade of cultural revolution. Mar 08, Cari rated it really liked it Shelves: Notify warol of new comments via email.
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You have to really love andy Warhol to get through this because it is sooo boring. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. This book seems so “innocent” if that term makes sense in this context from the perspective of the jaded and self-referential present.
Like a Lampshade in a Whorehouse. Dec 24, David Fulmer rated it it was amazing. Not Enabled Screen Reader: I learned that Jackson Pollack art is about movement. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. On an aside, Andy lived his poipsm true to himself at a time when it was dangerous to be out. Nov 23, Tosh rated it it was amazing.
Its still a great interesting and lots of fun read, but something adny missing for me. Warhol’s oft repeated quote about everything becoming more “pop” as he drove west, for example.