Andy Warhol - A Retrospective (First Edition)

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First edition. The Museum of Modern Art, New York 1989. Hardcover. 479 pages.

Fascinating exhibition catalog for the exhibition in 1989. Edited and with an introduction by Kynaston McShine, Essays by Robert Rosenblum, Benjamin H. D. Buchloh and Marco Livingstone.

"This book is a summation of the career of an American artist whose work uniquely embodies the cultural shocks and ambiguities of our times. A master of media and an impressario of personality. Andy Warhol had by the time of his death in 1987 elevated himself to what Robert Rosenblum calls 'The timeless and spaceless realm of a modern mythology that he himself both created and mirrored." His name, like Picasso's, is know throughout the world, his most famous creations, the familiar icons of Pop art, are instantly recognized and relentlessly imitated." (from the front flap).

Includes over six hundred illustrations with many in color. Book is near fine. The special printed acetate dustwrapper is near fine. and slightly rubbed.