The Factory (Paperback)Catherine Zuromskis (author), Richard Avedon (inset photographer), Cecil Beaton (inset photographer), Brigid Berlin (inset photographer), Nat Finkelstein (inset photographer), Christopher Makos (inset photographer), Billy Name (inset photographer), Stephen Shore (inset photographer), Andy Warhol (inset photographer)
Paperback 168 Pages / Published: 01/01/2013
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It is a fascinating look at the evolution and influence of Andy Warhol's unique artistic community, "The Factory". Of the many ways in which Andy Warhol (1928-1987) influenced contemporary art, perhaps the most significant was the creation of his collaborative space, "The Factory". Established in 1962, "The Factory" was a studio space that also served as a focal point for social and cultural interactions between Warhol and a host of assistants, friends, lovers, artists and curious onlookers. "The Factory" generated not only paintings, but also films, sculpture, multimedia performances, and printed materials ranging from memories to movie star magazines. In the process, "The Factory" emerged as a vital community and a space for experimentation both cultural and social. "The Factory" examines the critical role that photography played in both documenting and realizing the flamboyant bohemian culture of this community. It includes the work of numerous professional and amateur photographers, "Factory" insiders and passing voyeurs, as well as the photographs of Warhol himself.
Publisher: Fundacion Banco Santander
Number of pages: 168
Dimensions: 240 x 200 mm
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