Andy Warhol's the Chelsea Girls

Andy Warhol (Artist) Geralyn Huxley (Editor)
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Product Details

Price
$65.00  $59.80
Publisher
Distributed Art Publishers (DAP)
Publish Date
April 24, 2018
Pages
328
Dimensions
9.2 X 1.3 X 12.3 inches | 4.45 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781942884187

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About the Author

Nina Schleif is a German art historian, Americanist, and curator. In 2013, she initiated and curated the first exhibition anywhere on Andy Warhol's oeuvre in books at Museum Brandhorst in Munich. She also edited and coauthored the exhibition catalog Reading Andy Warhol. Backed by a recent Smithsonian fellowship, she has written a monograph on Warhol's 1950s drawings that will be published in 2017.

Gerlyn Huxley is Curator of Film and Video at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, USA. She has written three books, many articles and regularly gives talks on Warhol's films and videos in the US and Europe.

Patrick Moore CBE, FRS, was a famous astronomer and author. Over his lifetime, he received numerous awards and prizes in recognition of his work, including a CBE in 1988 and knighthood in 2001 'for services to popularization of science and to broadcasting'. A former President of the British Astronomical Association, progressing to honorary Life Vice President, he was the only amateur ever to have held an official post at the International Astronomical Union.

Reviews

From new photos and transcripts found in unheard and unseen reels to a re-creation of the film's split-screen layout, which Warhol first visualized on a napkin, the book offers as good of a glimpse you can get at The Chelsea Girls...--Eckhardt Stephanie "W Magazine "
Warhol and his Factory Superstars created cool. Or at least, a dark, glamorous version of it. Warhol's The Chelsea Girls, a 1966 experimental film captures that cool...--Jane Starr Drinkard "The Cut "
Chelsea Girls still holds up as one of the most creative, innovative, and prescient films of its time.--Sara Rosen "Dazed "
Andy Warhol's The Chelsea Girls is, in true Warholian fashion, beautiful, glossy and commanding.--Jimmy Olney "Gayletter "
This companion to Andy Warhol's 1966 film The Chelsea Girls is a rare treasure: a reference work of great beauty and discerning scholarship.--Publisher's Weekly
The visual impact is best celebrated in the newly digitised stills in the book, which seem to best capture Warhol's mission: to elevate the everyday to the extraordinary, to make the outsider an insider, and a piece of art in the process.--Jack Moss "AnOther Mag "
The one that broke it all open. Warhol's portrait of the goings-on in various rooms at the Chelsea Hotel...Here you find the apotheosis of Warhol's moving-image work to date: portraiture, duration, fiction blending into frightening reality.--Craig Hubert "artnet News "