Andy Warhol: A Graphic Biography (BioGraphics) (Hardcover)

Andy Warhol: A Graphic Biography (BioGraphics) By Michele Botton, Marco Maraggi (Illustrator) Cover Image

Andy Warhol: A Graphic Biography (BioGraphics) (Hardcover)

By Michele Botton, Marco Maraggi (Illustrator)


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In 1962, Andy Warhol displayed 32 canvases of Campbell’s soup cans in a New York art gallery. The art world – and what we consider to be art – would never be the same again.

Follow Warhol through his upbringing in Pittsburgh, moving to New York City, finding inspiration and conquering the creative world, in this unique graphic biography.

Discover what made Warhol tick – his delights, drives and frustrations. Immerse yourself in his fascinating lifestyle within the New York scene and the incredible way that he continually evolved as an artist.

For those looking for an entertaining introduction to this giant of modern art, or for existing fans after a fresh visual take, this graphic biography reveals the real Warhol.
Michele Botton is an Italian scriptwriter and author. He has published graphic novels on the lives of Charles Bukowski and Audrey Hepburn.
  Marco Maraggi is an illustrator and graphic novelist. His graphic novel on the life of Banksy (2022) has been published worldwide in 10 different languages.
Product Details ISBN: 9780711290785
ISBN-10: 0711290784
Publisher: Frances Lincoln
Publication Date: March 5th, 2024
Pages: 128
Language: English
Series: BioGraphics
“Its art, narrative, and overall aesthetic are much like Warhol’s work itself, forming a provocative and appealing package... Andy Warhol: A Graphic Biography distills the enigmatic art icon’s life into a fascinating visual chronicle.”—Foreword Reviews