A front-row view of Andy Warhol’s relentless rise from a cult New York Pop artist to a 20th-century icon, documented by legendary photojournalist Steve Schapiro in more than 120 photos. From working at the Factory to art openings and hanging out with his entourage, including the Velvet Underground in Los Angeles, witness Warhol at the peak of his creativity, cool, and cultural influence.
Pictures of Andy Warhol by Steve Schapiro
Between 1965 and 1966, Warhol was at his creative peak. In this period, Warhol turned his life into art and conceived the “Andy Warhol persona”—arguably his greatest masterpiece.
Featuring more than 120 photographs, Schapiro’s images are juxtaposed with tipped-in plates of original Warhol artworks exhibited during the period.
Collector’s Edition of 600 copies (No. 101–700), each numbered and signed by Steve Schapiro.
Hardcover in acrylic slipcase, with tipped-in plates of Warhol artworks, 26.3 x 37.3 cm (10.4 x 14.7 in.), 8.50 kg (18.70 lb), 236 pages