Catherine Ingram and Andrew Rae take Warhol back in time

7 April 2016

Part art history lesson, part homage to Where’s Wally? Catherine Ingram and Andrew Rae’s new book asks readers to find pop artist Andy Warhol in a set of scenarios throughout time.

Catherine is an art historian and Andrew is an illustrator and together they have placed the artist in some of the most famous events in art history. Readers are asked to find the artist in situations that include the 1953 opening of the Frida Khalo retrospective in Mexico (her last public appearance), the Bauhaus school, and the Sistine Chapel in 1504 as Michelangelo created his masterpiece. Each scene combines humour, complexity and chaos – wittily blurring fact and fiction with aplomb. This is the second time the authors have collaborated, previously working on the 2014 biography This is Warhol


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Owen Pritchard

Owen joined It’s Nice That as Editor in November of 2015 leading and overseeing all editorial content across online, print and the events programme, before leaving in early 2018.

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