Warhol: A personal photographic memoir by Christopher Makos
Mako’s informal, intimate commentary adds another dimension to “Mr. Mysterious,” as the press called the enigmatic, very private Warhol.
Wonderful details: Warhol’s faithful attendance at Mass every Sunday; his garlic fad, which nearly drove his friends away; his fifty wigs; his tote bag filled with cosmetics; and his insistence on working every day, even on Christmas.
This is the book to own if you are beginning to find the art of Warhol being Warhol more interesting - than the art that Warhol made.
Publication date: First printing 1998
Publisher: Nal Books/New American Library
Details: Hardcover with dust jacket. 127 pp.