The Autobiography of a Snake

Never-before-published drawings by Andy Warhol, telling the story of a cheeky snake and the glittering constellation of celebrities that surround him.
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Basquiat x Warhol. Painting 4 hands


Noa the Boa is a slave to fashion with the heart of an actor and an obsession with celebrity. He becomes luxurious leather accessories for illustrious clients - from Grace Kelly's pillow to the codpieces at the Folies Bergère - in a high-fashion gift book for adults that is whimsical, and a little bit naughty.

This charming story and never-before-published, rarely exhibited drawings by one of the world's most beloved artists, are a veritable who's-who of celebrities of the 1960s, from Chanel, Grace Kelly and Jackie Kennedy, to Diana Vreeland and a couple of Rockefellers

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English language

Andy Warhol
Thames & Hudson
25,4 × 21,5
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