This is one of the most entertaining books I've read. Ever. Bob Colacello knows when to topple Warhol off his pedestal, but also has a very tender and deep understanding and appreciation of Warhol that really comes through to the reader. You follow Colacello from his early doe-eyed name-dropping days at Interview magazine through to everything you've ever heard about the post-Solanas shooting Factory, Studio 54 etc up to his disillusionment and departure from the magazine and the Factory. It's hilarious, moving, historical and offers a highly personal account of Andy Warhol's later years, an insight you don't get from any other book on Warhol. Some unforgettable anecdotes in here too.
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