DATE: April 1, 2010
Warhol is a seemingly inexhaustible source of art and
artifacts, and this large group of smallish black-and-white
snapshots—previously unexhibited outtakes from his 1979 book, "Andy
Warhol's Exposures"—falls somewhere between the two.
Although many of these images are
indistinguishable from the usual hit-and-run party pictures (prime
locale: Studio 54), their subjects still command attention, especially
when combined: O. J. Simpson and Marisa Berenson, Susan Sontag and
Gloria Vanderbilt, Mick Jagger and Catherine Deneuve.
Read the complete review in The New Yorker.