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Andy Warhol. Heaven and Hell are Just One Breath Away! Late Paintings and Related Works, 1984-1986. Edited by Charles Stuckey
by [Museum Catalogue] Warhol, Andy.

Publisher Information:
Rizzoli, New York: 1992.

A Fine copy in illustrated paperback binding. These provocative paintings of Warhol's last years exhibit a wide range of styles, all represented here: from simple pieces based on advertising motifs--featuring "wholesome" hamburgers, Nikes and other products--that recall and comment on his work in the early 1960s, to intricate collaborations with 1980s superstar artists Jean-Michel Basquiat and Francesco Clemente; from versions of Leonardo's Last Supper that evince both irony and reverence, to rough anatomical diagrams that shock by the directness of their portrayals of the body. A sensitive essay by Stuckey, curator of 20th-century painting and sculpture at the Art Institute of Chicago, traces Warhol's final artistic itinerary.


Edition: First Paperback Printing
Book Id: 26376

Price: $45.00

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