First edition. Publisher's original blue card covers with titles in black to the spine. Concertina binding illustrated with photographs in black and white, in the style of, or inspired by Ed Ruscha's Every Building on Sunset Strip. Housed in the original blue card slipcase with silver foil sides. A fine copy.

Published on the occasion of an exhibition selected and installed by curator, Steven Bluttal, of over 200 unique 10" x 8" black and white photographs, almost all of which have not been seen before. Shot during the last ten years of his life, between 1976 and 1987, they give a remarkable insight into Warhol's photographic practice and his preoccupation with documenting everyday life. Taken as he moved around Manhattan, and other cities including London, literally snapping everything that came his way, they portray a collection of commonplace objects including dog-food, toilets, chairs, sidewalks, garbage, storefronts, shirts, teacups, mannequins, drunks, pigeons, sausages, toys, place settings and aeroplanes. The exhibition at Timothy Taylor Gallery between 17 January and 29 February 2008, coincided with the 21st anniversary of Warhol's death, in what would have been his 80th year.

Stock code: 23379


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