Factory: Andy Warhol

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In 1965, seventeen-year-old Stephen Shore dropped out of high school and began hanging out at The Factory— Andy Warhol's legendary Manhattan studio. Over the next two years, the young photographer spent nearly every day there, taking pictures of the artist and members of his inner circle, including Edie Sedgwick, Gerard Malanga, Lou Reed and Nico. Factory: Andy Warhol offers an insider's view of this extraordinary moment and place through a collection of candid photos taken from Shore's extensive personal collection. Flip through photos of surprisingly mundane moments in the infamous studio, Velvet Underground rehearsals and impromptu parties at Shore's parents' apartment, as well as shots of Warhol at work, each accompanied by commentary and quotes from the creative cast of artists, actors, writers, models and musicians who spent their days there. An intimate look at the beloved pop artist and his world, this book is a must-have for any art history buff or Warhol enthusiast.


•10.5"W x .75"D x 14.25"H
•text by Lynne Tillman
•photography by Stephen Shore
•192 pages
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