Andy Warhol was an often controversial and divisive figure in the art world. But whether you love him, hate him, or are indifferent, his work is certainly interesting, even if only for the response it elicits. Personally, I find his photography particularly intriguing.
The Cantor Arts Centre and Stanford Libraries today have announced that they’ve put a massive selection of Warhol’s photographs online and made them publicly available to view. How massive? Well, 3,600 contact sheets totalling around 130,000 images covering everything from backstage celebrity parties to street photography.