Warhol Behind His Marilyn Print
Warhol Editing Film at The Factory in NYC
Warhol Filming at The Factory with His Assistant, Gerard Malanga
Warhol With All-American Faces
Never Before Seen Photographs of the Young Andy Warhol
Before They Were Famous: Behind The Lens of William John Kennedy is an extraordinary collection of images by the photographer William John Kennedy, which is currently on exhibition at the new gallery Site/109 in New York City. The collection presents a number of never-before-seen photographs of Andy Warhol and Robert Indiana, among them Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe and Indiana’s LOVE, taken by Mr. Kennedy in the mid-60’s when they were both just emerging American artists.
The fact that these early images of the two iconic American artists happened isn’t necessarily the exciting part. It’s that the amazingly early, naïve portraits of the artists with their own works were created before they were famous. These early images sat untouched for over 50 years, until Kennedy uncovered them within his archives and decided it was time to finally print this project.
Full Circle: Before They Were Famous
William John Kennedy’s Photographs of Andy Warhol
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