The Andy Warhol Catalogue Raisonné: Paintings and Sculptures 1970–1974 (Volume 3)Edited by Neil Printz and Sally King-Nero

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The sculpture and paintings of 1970–4 are the subject of this third volume of the catalogue dedicated to publishing the complete paintings, sculptures and drawings of Andy Warhol (1928–87). As authoritative and detailed as the highly praised first two volumes, here Warhol's sculptures and paintings of these four years are comprehensively catalogued and illustrated. Early in this period Warhol was concentrating on film and sculpture, as he had been since being shot in 1968, but by late 1971 or early 1972 he was returning to painting and developing his painterly, 'sloppy and fast' style; a dramatic shift from his 'hard' mechanical style of before 1968. The volume covers major sculptures, such as the Rain Machine, the series of paintings Mao and Man Ray, and commissioned portraits of important, celebrated and fashionable people of the day – many from Warhol's travels through Europe during this time. It is a time of great transition for Warhol, including developing his relationships with various media and the impact of his first purchase of a Big Shot Polaroid camera. His diaries and the photographs he took on travels and of his subjects enliven the narrative and give intriguing insights into his works of these years and his unique engagement with the culture and society of that time. Specifications:

  • Format: Hardback
  • Size: 250 × 290 mm (9 7/8 × 11 3/8 in)
  • Pages: 572 pp
  • Illustrations: 850 illustrations
  • ISBN: 9780714856988

Neil Printz, a specialist in 20th-century American art, is currently Editor of the Isamu Noguchi Catalogue Raisonné. He is Professor of Art History at Caldwell College in Caldwell, New Jersey.

Sally King-Nero is executive editor of the Warhol Catalogue Raisonné and Curator of Drawings and Photographs at the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts in New York.