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Andy Warhol The Factory Years 1964-1967

Andy Warhol The Factory Years 1964-1967

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Andy Warhol : The Factory Years 1964-1967 : Photographs by Nat Finkelstein 
Published by St Martins Press, 1989
9 1/2 X 12 5/8 X 1/4 inches
97 pages
printed on premium paper stock featuring 138 photograph illustrations.
ISBN 10: 0312028571 
ISBN 13: 9780312028572

An inside member of Andy Warhol's legendary Factory group documents the heyday of American pop culture and offers a behind-the-scenes look at the Factory regulars and the society they created.

This 1st U.S. edition softcover photography book with hard paperboard covers is published by St. Martin's Press New York, printed in 1989. Nathan Louis " Nat " Finkelstein ( 1933 - 2009 ) was an American photographer and photojournalist. His work primarily focused on political developments and various subcultures in New York City in the 1960's. In 1964, Finkelstein entered Andy Warhol's " Factory " as a photojournalist and remained there for three years. His photographs from this period are now regarded as some of the most iconic of that time. Finkelstein's photography has been the subject of more than 75 exhibitions worldwide, and is held in the collections of many of the most prestigious museums. One of the most significant revolutions in the Post-War art world took place during the 1960's inside a ramshackle studio in New York known as The Factory. Nat Finkelstein was there with his camera, documenting not only the gradual emergence of a now revered scene, but also the birth of Pop Art at the calculating hands of its iconic creator, Andy Warhol. " Andy Warhol : The Factory Years " is an extraordinary photographic account that is captured by Finkelstein's lens including images of Bob Dylan, Lou Reed, Edie Sedgewick, Baby Jane Holzer, Betsey Johnson, Gerard Malanga, Ivan Karp, Paul Morrissey, Pete Townshend, Salvador Dali, Nico, Marcel Duchamp, The Velvet Underground, and of course Andy Warhol himself.

This special volume offers a fascinating, insider's view of these personalities and the society they created. It contains a wide range of seminal black & white photos previously unpublished. Finkelstein's accompanying text of vivid memories and poetic recollections provide further insights into the factory group and what they have come to represent.

In excellent clean vintage condition

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