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Andy Warhol

Author: Gregor Muir, et al.

Andy Warhol

Author: Gregor Muir, et al.

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Item #: D21859
Format: Paperback
Pages: 224
Publication Date: 2020
Publisher: Tate
ISBN: 9781849766708
Coming at a time when Abstract Impressionism seemed to have a lock on the contemporary art world, Andy Warhol's commercial imagery and blatantly manufactured aesthetic made modern art accessible again, and spoke directly to our profound cultural consumerism. This retrospective from Britain's Tate Galleries reveals Warhol as an artist who succeeded and failed in equal measure, one who embraced the ... More
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Coming at a time when Abstract Impressionism seemed to have a lock on the contemporary art world, Andy Warhol's commercial imagery and blatantly manufactured aesthetic made modern art accessible again, and spoke directly to our profound cultural consumerism. This retrospective from Britain's Tate Galleries reveals Warhol as an artist who succeeded and failed in equal measure, one who embraced the world of celebrity while also maintaining socially engaged collaborations and advocacy of alternative lifestyles. Presented in a glossy format, with vivid reproductions of both iconic and lesser-known works, the album highlights Warhol's continued relevance in the digital age.


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