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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Skip to content 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 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 warhhol the sixties were like.
It blew me away with the story of how the “New York” 60s were so different from the “west coast” “flower children.
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An easy but fascinating read about not only Andy Warhol, but all the ‘stars’ who populated his famous ‘Factory’ in the 60’s in New York. Read reviews that mention andy warhol new york pat hackett pop art wsrhol artist become culture decade perspective city films sixties abstract career funny gossip lost pages period. Warhol is talented so his book is not bad, but very bland. He was also fascinated by the mechanical reproduction of things. He was just creepier about it. Women who buck violently against men who control them in a dangerous way, in theory I support it, but to zndy Andy tell it they hardly knew each other, and she demolishes the benefit of the doubt, for me, when she calls him up and threatens to try again unless he gets her on Johnny Carson.
English Choose a language for shopping. I also realized while we were talking that even though I didn’t appreciate the movies he made, those movies had a big influence on film and maybe to a lesser extent but still very powerful to the evolving culture of the time.
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Well to any old fogies who insist its a millennial vanity problem invented warohl y2k: I knew we’d never screen it in this long way again, so it was like life, our lives, flashing in front of us – it would just go by once and we’d never waryol it again.
It is easy to visualize with his descriptions. The Greatest Sitcoms of All Time. Apr 22, Alexa rated it really liked it.
POPism: The Warhol Sixties
The factory doesn’t seem as exciting to me as the pre-factory scene. Mar 08, Cari rated it really liked it Shelves: Retrieved from ” https: And at the end? Warhol as the Proust of the 20th century! What’s troubling is that I think I first learned her name independently of Warhol, on a Wikipedia binge clicking various links about radical feminism.
POPism: The Warhol Sixties by Andy Warhol
You Must Remember This. Account Options Sign in. Sep 28, Madeleine Morrison rated it it was amazing Shelves: So far, the book is really good. Trans per Forming Nina Arsenault. I really want to read all the Andy Warhol books now. I learned that Jackson Pollack art is about movement.
Saying and doing radical things in a conservative format vs. This confirms and provides a strongest-yet reason for why he’s been working hard against his “puppetmaster” image throughout the book. It was first published by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. If I’m kiddish, I’d have to say I like myself this way. It was super entertaining the first few chapters, and then it was incredibly repetitive.
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You’ve successfully reported this review. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. In the detached, back-fence gossip style he was famous for, Warhol tells all—the ultimate inside story of a decade of cultural revolution.
If you try to force them you might drive them further into their addiction or lose them entirely. Andy talked a bit about his art but mostly he described his movies, which I didn’t think very highly of.
You have to really love andy Warhol to get through this because it is sooo boring. There is a palpable, giddy energy one experiences at the beginning of the book which starts at the beginning of the sixtiesan atmosphere of great possibility. At Kobo, we warhl to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.
However I am reluctantly giving up on Popism How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the author’s style Explain the rating you gave Don’t Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book’s price Recap the plot. Would you like us to take another look at this review? Aug 01, Melissa rated it really liked it. Jan 29, Martin Bihl rated it really liked it. This digressive firsthand account of the creative community in New York city throughout the s is colorful and revealing and the shy, curious and ambitious Andy Warhol is a likable ringmaster of that circus.