1. Stargazer

    The Life, World and Films of Andy Warhol

    Stephen Koch

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    The classic study of a man who redrew the boundaries of art
    Andy Warhol’s work and personality changed American visual culture forever, making him an international superstar. His rise to global fame, his entanglement with the seedy New York sexual underground, and the shocking assassination attempt that almost ended his life are chronicled in Stephen Koch’s indispensible classic Stargazer.
    In this must-read volume, Stephen Koch provides unprecedented detail on Warhol’s life and work, giving particular attention to a medium that found Andy at his wildest: film. In one who made paradox into an art form, Koch finds that there was inspiration and brilliance on both sides of the public image that Warhol so meticulously crafted.
  2. Pub Date
    02/17/2015
    Publisher
    Open Road Integrated Media
    ISBN13
    9781480459878
    Format
    Ebook

Editorial Reviews

  • Stargazer is to die over!” —Andy Warhol

  • “A landmark of American criticism.” —The Boston Phoenix

  • “A volume of profound insight . . . Resoundingly brilliant.” —Film Comment

  • “Sensitive and compelling remarks . . . about form and subject matter.” —The New York Times Book Review

  • “[A] vertiginously brilliant book about Warhol.” —James Wolcott

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About the author

Stephen Koch

Stephen Koch is the author of The Modern Library Writer’s Workshop: A Guide to the Craft of FictionThe Breaking Point: Hemingway, Dos Passos, and the Murder of José RoblesDouble Lives: Spies and Writers in the Secret Soviet War of Ideas Against the West; and other books. He previously taught creative writing at Columbia and Princeton universities for nearly twenty years.