[PDF / Epub] ☉ Pop Author Tony Scherman – Anguillais.us

Pop PDF Epub Pop Author Tony Scherman Viagraonl1ne.us Pop The Genius Of Andy Warhol Is A Groundbreaking Reassessment Of The Most Influential And Controversial American Artist Of The Second Half Of The 20th Century Writers Tony Scherman And David Dalton Disentangle The Myths Of The Great Pop Artist From The Man He Truly Was, And Offer A Vivid, Entertaining, And Provocative Look At Warhol S Personal And Artistic Evolution Drawing On Brand New Sources Including Extensive New Interviews And Insight From Those Who Knew Him Best Pop Offers The Most Dynamic, Comprehensive Portrait Ever Written Of The Man Who Changed The Way We See The World.

[PDF / Epub] ☉ Pop  Author Tony Scherman – Anguillais.us
  • Hardcover
  • 528 pages
  • Pop
  • Tony Scherman
  • English
  • 09 April 2017
  • 006621243X

    10 thoughts on “[PDF / Epub] ☉ Pop Author Tony Scherman – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    Yes another Warhol bio, and do we need another one Well, actually yes And he s not even my favorite artist, but nevertheless without a doubt one of theimportant people who came out of the 20th Century And this book by Scherman and David Dalton a goo bio writer and ghost writer of sorts captures Warhol at the peak of his greatness Andimportant I think his decades the late 50 s and through out the 60 s was evengreat than him, if that s possible.Warhol was not the first ar Yes another Warhol bio, and do we need another one Well, actually yes And he s not even my favorite artist, but nevertheless without a doubt one of theimportant people who came out...


  2. says:

    The most self obsessed human on the planet cons the entire art world and becomes the first real art icon I had to hold my breath to keep to bile from exploding from my mouth every 5 seconds, whilst reading.I will never understand how an OCD nhilalistic, narcissist, no talent ever got such a following, I guess he was the first king of Public Relations, and Publicity But than there are the Kardashians. Which proves that there is no such thing as class and taste any .this is where it al The most self obsessed human on the planet cons the entire art world and becomes the first real art icon I had to hold my breath to keep to bile from exploding from my mouth every 5 seconds, whilst reading.I will...


  3. says:

    POP provides a great deal of information, pages and pages and pages , perhaps an overload of info, especially on those unendurable films If the reader is looking for a chronology, facts and figures, the how and why and income of AW, this is a good book, 5 stars for compiling all the data QUESTION How was Andy able to use the comic characters, brand name graphics, AP photos, etc other people s work and intellectual property Did he pay a royalty The book doesn t seem to address that POP provides a great deal of information, pages and pages and pages , perhaps an overload of info, especially on those unendurable films If the reader is looking for a chronology, facts and figures, the how and why and income of AW, this is a good book, 5 stars for compiling all the data QUESTION How was Andy able to use the comic characters, brand name graphics, AP photos, etc other people s work and intellectual property Did he pay a royalty The book doesn t se...


  4. says:

    Slightly gossipy, readable biography that does a good job of setting Warhol in the art world s of the fifties and early sixties Scherman provides a clear picture of the transition from abstract impressionism to pop in the gallery world, and presents the strong case for Warhol as a, maybe the, major artist of the decade The vignettes of life in Warhol s various studios, including the first incarnation of The Factory are lively and entertaining Like many biographers, Scherman has clearly been Slightly gossipy, readable biography that does a good job of setting Warhol in the art world s of the fifties and early sixties Scherman provides a clear picture of the transition from abstract impressionism to pop in the gallery world, and presents the strong case for Warhol as a, maybe the, major artist of the decade The vignettes of life in Warhol s various studios, including the first incarnation of The Factory are lively and entertaining Like many biographers, Scherman has clearly been sucked into his subject s orbit there are many points where a bit of a broader view or some critical distance would have been useful For example, Scherman argues that Europe wasn t ready to accept Warhol s experimental movies but Godard, for one, had been making muchinteresting flicks for years if you want to see improvisation done well, watch Pierror le Fou, not Chelsea Girls Focusing almost entirely on the...


  5. says:

    Certainlythan I ever needed or wanted to know about the man Excellent index, nice pix, loads of information I could flop this book open at any page and be instantly absorbed the material is well presented.


  6. says:

    333 pages in and already I would recommend it as one of the best biographies on Andy Warhol It s always going to be hard to say a certain biography portrayal of Warhol was objective, or ratherobjective, than another Such is the nature of Andy Warhol The idea of a mirror constantly comes up when reading about Warhol that he was a mirror, when you tried to look inside Warhol, to discover him, you would end up seeing, not Warhol, but rather a reflection of yourself From my readings, I w 333 pages in and already I would recommend it as one of the best biographies on Andy Warhol It s always going to be hard to say a certain biography portrayal of Warhol was objective, or ratherobjective, than another Such is the nature of Andy Warhol The idea of a mirror constantly comes up when reading about Warhol that he was a mirror, when you tried to look inside Warhol, to discover him, you would end up seeing, not Warhol, but rather a reflection of yourself From my readings, I would say this is a good analogy description However, I don t think what you got back was a clear reflection of yourself, but rather a reflection of yourself that was altered for better or worse by trying to discover the Real Warhol In other words, when you dive into a persons soul to borrow a term I don t necessarily use literally , you won t leave without taking with you part of that persons soul, just like you can t dive into a pool with water. and get out of it ...


  7. says:

    If you re a Warhol afficionado, you will wolf down this 448 page entertaining, gossipy and fact filled tome The book is an in depth retelling of Warhol s life from birth to near death gunshot wounds from Valerie Solanis in 1968, dwelling mostly on the pop art Factory years up until the Solanis incident Post gunshot Andy to his death in 1987 is dealt with in a short epilogue the Genius of Warhol was in flower in the 60s The rest was just so much glitz and glitter You ll love the breezy wri If you re a Warhol afficionado, you will wolf down this 448 page entertaining, gossipy and fact filled tome The book is an in depth retelling of Warhol s life from birth to near death gunshot wounds from Valerie Solanis in 1968, dwelling mostly on the pop art Factory years up until the Solanis incident Post gunshot Andy to his death in 1987 is dealt with in a short epilogue the Genius of Warhol was in flower in the 60s The rest was just so much glitz and glitter You ll love the breezy writing style of the book and the insider s look at the Factory with all its warts exposed it was truly a drug house at one point And while there s no attempt to psychoanalyze or dissect Warhol s personality, it s clear the writers are fascinated by this man who was a genius ...


  8. says:

    POP THE GENIUS OF ANDY WARHOLGreat biography of Andy, highlighting his most productive years during the 60s There were many interesting facts, such as the fact that Warhol paid one of his friends, an interior designer Muriel Latow, 50 because he was out of ideas She took the money and said he should paint, Something you see every day and something that everybody would recognize Something like a can of Campbell s Soup The original set was bought for 1,000 by Irving Blum, who later sold i POP THE GENIUS OF ANDY WARHOLGreat biography of Andy, highlighting his most productive years during the 60s There were many ...


  9. says:

    I barely made it through the 100s page and had to stop at 106th The amount of names that are being mentioned, are hard to follow The description of Warhols type of art technique is probably interesting but it made me realize that I have absolutely no interest as to how he did it nor why I honestly expected to read and be fascinated as to how his relationships were with his family, his colleagues which by no mistake were described in the book, but by no means did it captivate me It made me I barely made it through the 100s page and had to stop at 106th The amount of names that are being mentioned, are hard to follow The description of Warhols type of art...


  10. says:

    Believe it or not, the last word HADN T been written on Andy Warhol This gripping work focuses exclusively on his best, most innovative period, from his 1961 painting debut to his shooting by Valerie Solanas in 1968, and through exhaustive research and copious interviews brings to light loads of new material, encompassing Warhol s private life, his vastly influential artworks, and the infamous Factory scene which whirled around him Very insightful analysis enhances the authors exhaustively de Believe it or not, the last word HADN T been written on Andy Warhol This gripping work focuses exclusively on his best, most innovative period, from his 1961 painting debut to his shooting by Valerie Solanas in 1968, and through exhaustive research and copious interviews brings to light loads of new material, encompassing Warhol s private life, his vastly influential artworks, ...

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