Andy Warhol, New York 1969, “Andy Standing”
© Norman Seeff

Andy Warhol, New York 1969, “Andy Standing”

Photograph
By Norman Seeff
About the image
"In my first year in the US, I was just shooting for myself. I showed someone my portfolio and surprisingly, got an OK to shoot Andy Warhol and his creative team at The Factory. Andy never said a word to me throughout the session, but did everything I asked. He was already a social icon of his own design but I truly respected his work in the way it infused masterful art and aesthetics with commercialism. Andy changed the way we look at art."

Release Notes:
Limited Edition prints of Norman Seeff’s classic images are produced under his supervision at his studio in Los Angeles, California. These are archival pigment prints produced from the original drum-scanned negatives on MOAB Entrada Rag Natural, an acid-free, 100% cotton rag fine art paper.

Collector's Notes:
Norman Seeff will only produce 50 prints plus 5 Artist Proofs from any single negative.
Prices therefore depend on the size you wish to purchase, and how many of the 50 have previously sold.

Each one is hand-signed and numbered by Norman Seeff.

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Andy Warhol, New York 1969, “Andy Standing”
Andy Warhol, New York 1969, “Andy Standing”


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