Andy Warhol: The Alchemist Of The Sixties - Hardcover


  • Painters and alchemists alike strive to transform reality into its highest expression. Thus Andy Warhol can truly be seen as a modern alchemist – capable, by means of his art, of transforming matter into shape as it meets colour and surface, only to merge with light and supreme beauty
  • This volume retraces the creative universe of the father of Pop Art through 140 works of art: masterpieces ranging from his most famous icons – Jackie and John F. Kennedy, Marilyn Monroe – to a critical observation of contemporary society via the serial reproduction of consumer products and the analysis of other aspects of daily life such as music or the sexual revolution

Pages: 336

Published: March 2019

Size (cm): 17 x 24 x 3.5

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