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Andy Warhol: Ladies & Gentleman, Sex Parts, Torsos, Polaroids

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Here you will find over 400 Polaroids by Andy Warhol of street hustlers and call boys engaging in sexual acts and posing as drag queens. The pictures inspired paintings known as the Torso Series but, as Bob Colacello recounts, were known around the office as the Cocks, Cunts, and Assholes Series.
Paperback, 276 pages
Published May 2nd 2004 by Walther Konig Verlag
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Andrew Warhola, better known as Andy Warhol, was an American artist and a central figure in the movement known as Pop art. After a successful career as a commercial illustrator, Warhol became famous worldwide for his work as a painter, an avant-garde filmmaker, a record producer, an author, and a public figure known for his membership in wildly diverse social circles that included bohemian street ...more