Is Andy Warhol More Alive Now Dead Than When He Was Alive? Interview Mag Talks with Vito Giallo

by Accidental Bear

(via Interview)
Each new generation of New Yorkers hungers to shape the city. Andy Warhol‘s New York City: Four Walks Uptown to Downtown (The Little Bookroom) reveals how Warhol did just that; the book provides walking directions and information about some of the most important landmarks in his life. Accompanying text by Warhol expert Thomas Kiedrowski provides intimate insight into these places: from the house where he lived with his mother, to the Factory where he was shot; from Edie Sedgwick’s old building to New York staples like Bloomingdale’s and the Whitney.  Warhol’s first paid studio assistant and fellow illustrator Vito Giallo adds his beautiful drawings to original photos of Warhol through all stages of his life and all over the city he made his home and inspiration. We talked with Giallo about when he met Warhol, how fame changes people, what he misses most about old New York, and what about the city inspired Warhol and so many artists after him. Read Interview HERE

ANDY WARHOL’S NEW YORK CITY: FOUR WALKS, UPTOWN TO DOWNTOWN WILL BE AVAILABLE JULY 12. FOR MORE ON THE BOOK, CLICK HERE. A LAUNCH PARTY WITH VITO GIALLO AND THOMAS KIEDROWSKI, FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, WILL BE HELD AT CLIC GALLERY ON JULY 13. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CLICK HERE.

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