Thousands of previously unseen photographs by Andy Warhol will be made public this Autumn. Dating from 1976 to his death in 1987, this monumental collection documents the final years of his life. The American creative, famous for his pop art and social standing, was obsessed with recording each passing moment, documenting New York’s dazzling elite and his own private world. The 1980s saw a re-emergence of critical acclaim, mainly due to his affiliation with the prolific artists of the time; this visual diary sees an intimate portrayal of friends and lovers, including portraits of his final partner Jon Gould and fellow creatives Michel Basquiat, Michael Jackson and John Lennon.
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