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A unique collection of brilliant quotations from the legendary Pop artist

One of the most influential artists of his time and ours, Andy Warhol is nearly as renowned for what he said as for what he did. Indeed, he is so quotable that things he never said are endlessly and plausibly attributed to him, including, fittingly, the most celebrated fake Warhol saying―“In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes.” Warhol-isms separates legend from fact to present a unique and comprehensive collection of authentic quotations from the Pop artist. Gathered from interviews and other primary sources, these deadpan, droll, ironic, and sincere gems―in which a superficial embrace of superficiality often disguises provocative, unconventional ideas―provide compelling insights into the life and work of an artist who has left an indelible mark on art and popular culture.

Andy Warhol

Warhol-isms

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Released 05/07/2022Catalogue Number

9780691235035

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Andy Warhol

Warhol-isms

Wiley
Album artwork for Album artwork for Warhol-isms by Andy Warhol by Warhol-isms - Andy Warhol
Album artwork for Warhol-isms by Andy Warhol
Hardback

£11.99

Released 05/07/2022Catalogue Number

9780691235035

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

A unique collection of brilliant quotations from the legendary Pop artist

One of the most influential artists of his time and ours, Andy Warhol is nearly as renowned for what he said as for what he did. Indeed, he is so quotable that things he never said are endlessly and plausibly attributed to him, including, fittingly, the most celebrated fake Warhol saying―“In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes.” Warhol-isms separates legend from fact to present a unique and comprehensive collection of authentic quotations from the Pop artist. Gathered from interviews and other primary sources, these deadpan, droll, ironic, and sincere gems―in which a superficial embrace of superficiality often disguises provocative, unconventional ideas―provide compelling insights into the life and work of an artist who has left an indelible mark on art and popular culture.