Andy Warhol & Philip Johnson, ‘The Glass House in Winter’
By David McCabe
New Canaan, U.S.A. 1965
Silver gelatin print hand-signed by the photographer
Limited Edition of 25
Paper size 11h x 14w inches
Paper Size 16h x 20w inches | £5750+VAT GBP
‘Oh, he’s so fabulous, wait until you see his house’ Andy told us. ‘It’s been in all the magazines.’ The Glass House! You know, the Glass House, Philip Johnson’ Glass House. ‘It’s holding an opera house on Sunday,’ he said, as if it had a life of its own. An icon of modernism-and its creator, Philip Johnson, had invited us (or Andy said).’ David Dalton
The Glass House is an intellectual and artistic gathering place where the work of men who profoundly shaped 20th-century artistic culture was collected, exhibited, and performed: architect Philip Johnson and his long-time partner, curator/collector David Whitney; composer John Cage; choreographer Merce Cunningham; ballet impresario Lincoln Kirstein; and artists Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, and Andy Warhol. In the 1960s, the building was truly unique and was a marvel of architecture. For David, the vast amount of natural light allowed him to get shots that are almost impossible to get anywhere else. The Glass House
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