It Hurts: New York Art from Warhol to Now

It Hurts: New York Art from Warhol to Now

Matthew Collings Ian MacMillan / Nov 19, 2019

It Hurts New York Art from Warhol to Now Applying the same perceptive wit that made Blimey such a success Matthew Collings turns his attention to the New York art scene covering the critics artists and dealers from the s through to the

  • Title: It Hurts: New York Art from Warhol to Now
  • Author: Matthew Collings Ian MacMillan
  • ISBN: 9781901785036
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Paperback
  • Applying the same perceptive wit that made Blimey such a success, Matthew Collings turns his attention to the New York art scene covering the critics, artists and dealers from the 1960s through to the present day From Warhol to the super brats of the eighties like Koons and Schnabel right up to the young players of the nineties, they are all brought to life in this readaApplying the same perceptive wit that made Blimey such a success, Matthew Collings turns his attention to the New York art scene covering the critics, artists and dealers from the 1960s through to the present day From Warhol to the super brats of the eighties like Koons and Schnabel right up to the young players of the nineties, they are all brought to life in this readable but thoughtful book.

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    About "Matthew Collings Ian MacMillan"

      • Matthew Collings Ian MacMillan

        Matthew Collings is a British art critic, writer, broadcaster, and artist.


    419 Comments

    1. Collings offers up what mnight be considered a more "lowbrow" critique of the NYC art scene from the 1960's to the present, which is not to say the author lacks knowledge or insight. While he is light hearted in his critiques of the work being discussed his observations and personal experiences with the artists themselves and the art world are hilarious. This is not your usual art survey book, which is what makes it a worthwhile read.


    2. More good stuff. I love Collings' lackadaisical, cool, brutally honest writing. This book gave a much better understanding of contemporary art trends and helped me to get the relationship between pop art, minimalism, conceptual art and the rest. I definitely recommend it.


    3. such a fun book to read. his writing is so casual and familar, it is almost like he is there gossiping with you.


    4. This is a good book for people to read who aren't sure if they like art. It's the USA Today of art history books.


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