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Star Gazer: Andy Warhol's World and his Films.
by [Andy Warhol] Koch, Stephen.

Publisher Information:
Praeger, New York: 1973.

A Very Good copy with a small stain to the fore edge in a Very Good dust jacket with several closed edge tears. After a long, critical appraisal of Warhol’s career and social presence up to the time of his death, Koch examines the cultural vortex in which the artist first existed: his old sixties studio, the Factory. It was here, that Warhol produced his films, notorious underground classics whose radical esthetics are discussed in depth—from the silent marathon, Sleep, to Chelsea Girls.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 26384

Price: $30.00

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