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  "Success is a job in New York __" : the early art and business of Andy Warhol

Warhol, Andy
Other(s) author(s) : The Carnegie Museum of Art, [argitaratzaile] ; Grey Art Gallery, [argitaratzaile]Language : EnglishNew York : Grey Art Gallery and Study Center, New York University ; [Pittsburgh] : The Carnegie Museum of Art, copyright 198989 orrialde : koloretako eta zuri-beltzeko irudiak ; 23 cmIrudia (finkoa ; bidimentsiokoa). (Ikus) Testua: bitartekorik gabeISBN : 0-934349-05-3.Warhol, Andy (1928-1987)Andy Warhol (Wikipedia eu) | (Wikipedia es) | (Wikipedia en)
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"Success is a job in New York. The Early Art and Business of Andy Warhol" erakusketa dela eta argitaratua.
Publicado con motivo de la exposición.

Argazkiak: John Ardoin, Richard Avedon, The Carnegie Museum of Art, D. James Dee, The Estate of Andy Warhol, Otto Fenn, Helena Rubinstein Foundation, Luigino Rossi, Paul Hester Houston, James Prince, W.C. Runder Photo Co., Zindman/Fremont.

Testuak: Thomas W. Sokolowski, Phillip M. Johnston, Donna M. De Salvo, Ellen Lupton, J. Abbott Miller, Gene Moore, Peter Palazzo, Stephen Frankfurt, Arthur Edelman, Teddy Edelman, Gene Federico, Art Kane, Nathan Gluck, Lou Dorfsman, Trevor Fairbrother.

Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain web:
"Success is a Job in New York" was an exhibition devoted to the “pre-Pop” years in Andy Warhol’s art.[...]...it took a look back at the evolution of Warhol’s career as a designer and artist, from the training he had in his native town of Pittsburgh to his commercial success as an artist in New York. The catalog published to accompany the exhibition explores an intriguing period in this history of 20th-century commercial art. By looking back at the early stages of the artist’s career, his training, illustrations, and “pre-Pop” photos, it also presents the major New York art directors, creative studios, and advertising creation techniques of the 1950s.

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