Holy Terror: Andy Warhol Close Up

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HarperCollins, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 514 pages
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A revealing biography of the man who shaped modern art into what it is today probes the excesses, contradictions, and often shocking lifestyle of Andy Warhol

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The author was an intimate of Warhol's during The Factory days & became a writer for Vanity Fair magazine. The museum where I volunteer having a Warhol exhibit soon & I was eager to learn about him ... Read full review

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Skimming through most of this (long, not-very-interesting) book, I learned some things about Andy Warhol in my efforts to prepare myself for a Warhol art exhibit. I probably would have been better off skimming through Wikipedia. Read full review

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Quit
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The Beginning
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Old Country New World
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Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Bob Colacello was born in Brooklyn, studied film criticism at Columbia and began publishing film reviews in the Village Voice in 1969. After his write-up of Andy Warhol's Trash appeared, Colacello began to work for Interview and was swiftly made Editor, a post he held until 1983. More recently he is a memoirist, biographer and writer for Vanity Fair.

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