Pop: The Genius of Andy Warhol
Not a day passes that Andy Warhol (American, 1928-1987) isn’t referenced, either explicitly or implicitly. It’s no exaggeration to say that Warhol is the most controversial and broadly influential American artist in history, no less an American icon than Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley—and a figure whose impact on our culture grows ever more relevant with the passage of time.
Multiple books have been written about Andy Warhol but none accomplishes what Pop does—offering a readable, accessible narrative that takes Warhol’s art as seriously as his celebrity, one that will satisfy diehard fans as well as readers unfamiliar with the arc of Warhol’s story. Beautifully designed, Pop includes sixteen pages of color artwork, and nearly fifty black and white photos throughout-many never-before-seen.