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I'll be your mirror : the selected Andy Warhol interviews : 1962-1987

Author: Kenneth Goldsmith; Reva Wolf; Wayne Koestenbaum
Publisher: New York : Carroll & Graf, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st Carroll & Graf edView all editions and formats
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"The Q & A interview was one of Andy Warhol's favorite communication vehicles - he even named his own magazine after the form. Yet there has never been a collection of interviews that Warhol himself gave. I'll Be Your Mirror contains thirty-seven conversations revealing the complex mind of one of the most important artists of our time. Spanning 1962-1987, each piece presents a different facet of Warhol's  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Andy Warhol; Andy Warhol
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth Goldsmith; Reva Wolf; Wayne Koestenbaum
ISBN: 078671364X 9780786713646
OCLC Number: 55880993
Notes: "Thirty-seven conversations with the pop master"--Cover.
Description: xxxv, 427 p., : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: "Through the looking-glass" / Reva Wolf --
The sixties --
"Pop art? Is it art? A revealing interview with Andy Warhol" [1962] --
"Warhol interviews Bourdon" / David Bourdon [1962-63] --
"What is pop art? Answers from 8 painters, part I" / G.R. Swenson [1963] --
"Andy Warhol interviewed by a poet" / John Giorno [1963] --
"Pop goes the artist" / Ruth Hirschman [1963] --
"Andy Warhol: interviewed by Gerard Malanga" / Gerard Malanga [1963] --
"Interview with Andy Warhol on Empire" / Gerard Malanga [1964] --
"Andy Warhol on automation: an interview with Gerard Malanga" / Gerard Malanga [1964] --
"An interview with Andy Warhol" / David Ehhrenstein [1965] --
"Pop goes the videotape: an underground interview with Andy Warhol" / Richard Ekstract [1965] --
"USA artists: Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein" / Lane Slate [1966] --
"Andy Warhol: my true story" / Gretchen Berg [1966] --
"Inside Andy Warhol" / Sterling McIlhenny and Peter Ray [1966] --
Untitled interview / Robert Reilly [1966] --
"Andy Warhol interviews Bay Times reporter" / Joseph Freeman [1965] --
"An interview with Andy at the balloon farm" / Unknown German reporter [1966-67] --
"My favorite superstar: notes on my epic. Chelsea Girls" / Gerard Malanga [1966] --
"Andy out west" / Jim Paltridge [1966] --
"Cab ride with Andy Warhol" / Frederick Ted Castle [1967] --
"Andy Warhol" / Joseph Gelmis [1969] --
"We're still all just experimenting" / Roger Netzer, Curtis Roberts [1969] --
The seventies --
"Andy Warhol, movieman: 'it's hard to be your own script'" / Letitia Kent [1970] --
"A conversation with Andy Warhol" / Gerard Malanga [1971] --
"Around Barnett Newman" / Jeanne Siegel [1971] --
"Who is this man Andy Warhol?" / George Gruskin [1973] --
"Andy Warhol's life, loves, art and wavemaking" / Bess Winakor [1975] --
"Factory diary: letter to Man Ray" [1976] --
"Interview: Andy Warhol" / Glenn O'Brien [1977] --
"An interview with Andy Warhol: some say he's the real mayor of New York" / Claire Demers [1977] --
The eighties --
"Dinner with Andy and Bill, February 1980" / Victor Bockris [1980] --
"Modern myths: Andy Warhol" / Barry Blinderman [1981] --
"A shopping spree in Bloomingdale's with Andy Warhol"/ Tracy Brobston [1981] --
"Q & A: Andy Warhol" / Michelle Bogre [1985] --
"An interview with Andy Warhol" / Benjamin H.D. Buchloh [1985] --
"Andy Warhol: an artist and his Amiga" / Guy Wright, Glenn Suokko [1985] --
"Andy Warhol" / Jordon Crandall [1986] --
"The last interview" / Paul Taylor [1987] --
"Warhol's interviews" / Wayne Koestenbaum.
Other Titles: Andy Warhol interviews :
Responsibility: edited by Kenneth Goldsmith ; introduction by Reva Wolf ; afterword by Wayne Koestenbaum.
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