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Tu veux ma photo? - Avant Instagram, il y avait Warhol

Tu veux ma photo?

Avant Instagram, il y avait Warhol

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Andy Warhol. Polaroids

US$ 100
  • «…riche et instructive… Cet Andy Warhol. Polaroids 1958-1987 est donc nécessaire à sa compréhension. Il est aussi d’une prodigieuse richesse, si bien qu’il existe plusieurs façons de le feuilleter, aussi instructives les unes que les autres.»

    — Le Monde des livres (spécial Beaux livres), Paris
  • “…a fascinating insight of Andy Warhol’s intimate relationship with his celebrity friends… They include celebrity friends such as Dennis Hopper, Divine, Audrey Hepburn, Yves Saint Laurent and Nico, and have one thing in common – they look fabulous.”

    — The Guardian, London
  • “…This is just too cool for school. I don’t say this about just anything, but Andy Warhol Polaroids is really the definitive picture book for every modern culture vulture, photography nut and pop-art freak who’s ever stared at Warhol’s near-neon screen prints of Marilyn Monroe and Campbell’s soup and wondered, what is going on with that man? Consider this book a voyeuristic little peek into what went on…”

    — Female, Singapore
  • “From 1958 until his death in 1987, Andy Warhol took hundreds, if not thousands, of instant photos. Many have sold at auction over the years, but 700 of his less famous snapshots can be seen in Andy Warhol. Polaroids. The star power in the book is staggering, but Warhol’s brilliant use of Polaroids is just as fascinating.”

    — Wired.com, New York
  • Andy Warhol. Polaroids reads like the Instagram feed that might have been… the book is itself a snapshot of culture and celebrity in the latter half of the 20th century.”

    — Architecturaldigest.com, New York
  • «Le lien que Warhol a établi dans son art entre la photographie et la célébrité est devenu une conviction fondamentale d’une génération qui mesure le succès à l’aune des tubes de YouTube.»

    — Richard Woodward
  • “So whilst we sit around waiting for someone to invent a time machine we can at least marvel at the incredibly glamorous photos in this book and imagine we’re hanging out at the Exploding Plastic Inevitable, Studio 54 or the Chelsea Hotel.”

    — propermag.com
  • «Les portraits nous disent qui était bienvenu dans le club de Warhol, un endroit tout de suite privé, snob et hostile aux ringards de la classe moyenne, mais ouvert à nombre de marginaux.»

    — Richard Woodward
  • “Warhol was already using his Polaroid like an iPhone. With his camera, he would document his life with hundreds, probably thousands, of Polaroids. Snapping his dogs, himself, his friends, his life. Looking at those snaps now, at a remove of some decades, there is a curious, ethereal power in the best of them, be they bleached or gaudily coloured and each framed in neat, white squares.”

    — BBC Arts, London
  • “Warhol wanted people to see things as they were, as the Polaroids in [this] book exemplify. Flipping through its pages feels like the closest we'll ever get to Warhol's daily life at the time…”

    — The Huffington Post, New York

Debbie Harry

«C’est génial d’être là, dans ce magnifique livre, l’ultime sur les Polaroïds d’Andy.»
Debbie Harry
Illustration: Robert Nippoldt