Possession Obsession: Andy Warhol and Collecting
An obsessive collector, Warhol culled antique stores, galleries, auction houses, and flea markets as part of his daily routine. He filled his New York City townhouse with art and objects that inspired and intrigued him, from Art Deco silver and Empire furniture to American folk art and twentieth century collectables. In a series of essays and images, the publication examines Warhol’s collecting as an artistic process and an expression of personality.
- John W. Smith, editor
- 159 pages
- 120 illustrations
- The Andy Warhol Museum, 2002