NEW YORK TIMES contributor Blake Gopnik has written a precise, expansive biography of the man whom many consider the most influential artist of the twentieth century: Andy Warhol. Graham Halstead's highly skilled narration does much to support that assessment. Halstead adds a young exuberance to an enjoyable excursion through the vast expanse of Warhol's interconnected personal and artistic lives. The pace and timbre of the performance are nuanced and appropriate to the setting. Many Warhol myths are debunked, while much supported is the belief that Warhol never emotionally recovered from the unsuccessful attempt on his life that left him seriously injured. Halstead and Gopnik work together to enhance the listener's experience of a truly sensational pop phenomenon who was always aspiring to be at the cutting edge. W.A.G. © AudioFile 2020, Portland, Maine [Published: MAY 2020]
Trade Ed. Harper Audio 2020
DD ISBN 9780062957931 $48.99
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