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Andy Warhol: Prince of Pop.

Andy Warhol: Prince Of Pop

Jan Greeneberg & Sandra Jordan

Delacorte Press

1745 Broadway, New York NY 10019

www.randomhouse.com/kids

038573056X $16.95 1-800-726-0600

While Andy Warhol: Prince Of Pop was co-authored by Jan Greeneberg and Sandra Jordan with teens in mind, it will also hold a dual interest for adult readers seeking a particularly lively, well detailed introduction to the life and works of ground breaking and innovative American artist Andy Warhol. There are selections of representative art but the strength of Andy Warhol: Prince Of Pop lies in its survey of his controversies, his New York hipster lifestyle, his influences, and his trend-setting achievements. Highly recommended reading, Andy Warhol: Prince Of Pop is so much more accessible than similar treatises which assume prior familiarity with Warhol's art.
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