Never has an artist captured the imagination of the public as Andy Warhol did, as the scores of books about him attest. But only David Bourdon’s Warhol, with its engrossing text and 325 striking illustrations, can lay claim to being the definitive study of the king of pop art. “Nothing to do with the art world has ever been lost on David,” Warhol once wrote about critic Bourdon, a close friend and confidant of the artist for more than 20 years. Here Bourdon effectively captures Warhol’s life, times, and work with the authenticity that only comes from having been there.
Paperback. 432 pages.