Andy Warhol, Chuck Wein & Gerard Malanga, ‘Playing with the Executives Band’s Instruments at The Scene Nightclub’

£3,850.00

By David McCabe
New York, U.S.A. 1965
Silver gelatin print hand-signed by the photographer
Limited Edition of 25
Paper size 11h x 14w inches

Other available
Paper Size 16h x 20w inches | £5750+VAT GBP

‘Andy had been a commercial artist, and a lot of people still thought of him as the guy who did the window displays in Bergdorf Goodman. In order to establish himself as a serious artist, he had himself photographed with as many famous artists as possible. When he spent the weekend with the architect Philip Johnson, he asked me to turn up on the Sunday to take some pictures. If he was going to Rauschenberg’s place to play Monopoly, he’d ask me to come. When he went to meet Salvador Dalí at the St Regis Hotel, I was there. Andy was hugely impressed by Dalí. Dalí was wearing a black fright wig, and Andy, who was losing his hair, must have thought, if he can do it so can I. Shortly after that he started wearing wigs himself.’ David McCabe

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