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“Killingly observed. Dissecting Warhol with an amiable but sharp wit, Mr. Colacello also manages to give him more of a human dimension than anyone else.” —The New York Times

“By far the best of Andy Warhol’s portraits, including his own.” —George Plimpton

"A must-read for anyone who wants to understand the genius master-minding of fame, the artistic value in what was derided as commercial, and the iconic personalities, featuring Sylvia Miles, Paul Morrissey, Fran Lebowitz, Brigid Berlin, Mick Jagger, Diane von Furstenberg, and Paulette Goddard, among the many names dropped in these pages, Holy Terror is a fascinating record of an art era American Dream." —The Huffington Post

"An entertaining, hilarious book. . . . Widely regarded as the essential look at life inside the Warhol parade." —Flavorwire

“Compelling. . . . Perceptive, intuitive, and amusing.” —New York Daily News
 
“This is a first-rate sweeping memoir of an astonishing cultural phenomenon. . . . Gossipy, gutsy, and gripping . . . A work of startling immediacy and convincing honesty.” —Kirkus Reviews

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A revealing biography of the man who shaped modern art into what it is today probes the excesses, contradictions, and often shocking lifestyle of Andy Warhol. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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0 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Sarah am 13. Februar 2000
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I really loved this book because it was so in depth or whatever. it was really great. After i read it the first time i kept reading my favorite parts over and over again. it tells about bob colacello's experience with andy and his experience with the factory, partying, and other great stuff associated with andy in that time period. just so everyone knows: i love andy warhol!
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Ages well 24. Oktober 2003
Von Mary Nears - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I didn't intend to reread this book, but I opened it while searching for an obscure New York address and didn't put it down again until I'd finished reading every page. When it first came out, I remember critics mostly tsk-tsking Colacello because they seemed to think he'd gotten to the place he was through Warhol and no doubt he did...What I failed to notice when the book was first published, was how Colacella and every single "Warhol" person who's written a book had a nervous breakdown as they were spinning (or trying to spin) out of his orbit. I want to read the book that tells WHY these intelligent creative people threw themselves so totally into Warhol's world...a world that couldn't have existed without them.....All I can say is, if your intent is to try and understand Warhol, then Bob Colacello's book is the absolute best take...besides yourself.
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Not that "bitchy" 9. Januar 2008
Von wayne in sf - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I found this book on the shelf recently unread and found it, after the annoying first chapter on Bob quitting, a rather quick read for the length. While there are stories about famous people, I didn't find the tone mean and the stories about the famous people played to make them sound awful. A lot of time has passed since the book was written and certainly since the events described took place. The names of certain socialites discussed at length will mean nothing to most readers.

In terms of the profile of Warhol, it's fairly rewarding in terms of how he managed people, his projects, how he operated socially and yes what some of his eccentric habits were. But once again, this is more 'tell it like it is' than bitter and negative.
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Illest book 16. Juli 2001
Von "p_pureheart" - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Beyond being an all-inclusive portrait of Andy, this book breaks down the public, trends and the superficiality of fame and fortune. I loved this book. It was as addictive as the National Inquirer and as informative as the Times.
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entertaining and enlightening 23. April 2001
Von moonlovelight - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is an enlightening account of Andy Warhol. It's one thing to see the images an artist creates, but another to see how they create....and live. Bob Colacello gives an insider's account of the years he spent working for Warhol. Though much of the book is written through the author's personal experiences and observations, he seems to give a fair and generous account of the people, places and times involved. Along the way we learn about New York and Europe (and even Iran) in the 70's and 80's, popular culture and high society, politics, and the behind the scenes of the creative, wealthy, and famous...and those who fall in between(for Warhol, the more eccentric the better). Much of what we learn about Warhol is scathing, but ultimately humanizing.
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Fireworks 9. Mai 2014
Von Jonathan Becker - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'm re-reading this book as slowly as possible. For the greater pleasure of the fireworks in slow motion. Colacello observes and writes with the most exquisite humor and meticulously documented detail on an explosive subject. A master pyrotechnical artist. A magnificent document. A wonderful treat to read.
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