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In this suggestive reading of John Stezaker's Lost Images series, Mark Prince pits them against Warhol's screenprints to see them as a commentary on the complex relationship between fame, stardom and anonymity now.
Andy Warhol's Blow Job (1964) is a masterpiece of the complexities of voyeurism and duration. The 36-minute film shows a young man apparently receiving oral sex, though the viewer only ever sees his head and shoulders - leaving the person performing the act in our imagination.