This is an examination of Warhol’s fascination with the form and presence of the American automobile. Warhol’s relationship with cars, icons of American consumerism, likewise reveals the artist’s preoccupation with death, fame, and celebrity.
- essays by Gail Stavitsky, Montclair Art Museum, and The Andy Warhol Museum
- 86 pages
- 36 illustrations
- second edition
- Montclair Art Museum, 2011