The Factory & Superstars

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  The fifth floor at 231 East 47th Street also known as Andy Warhol’s iconic ‘Factory’ was more than just Warhol’s workspace. The original …

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Warhol’s original studio (before the famous Factory) located on 159 East 87th Street just sold for $9.98 million. The studio was an abandoned firehouse when Warhol …

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Fifty years after their original publication, why is the world still fascinated by photos taken inside Andy Warhol’s Factory? The obvious answer would be …

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Edie Sedgwick was the first Factory-made icon that embodied Andy’s work. In January 1965, Edie and Andy began a platonic romance fed by mutual …

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During the 1960s and 1970s, Warhol promoted superstars as a clique of personalities in New York City. As Warhol’s muses and inspiration, they were …

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Superstar Edie Sedgwick left Harvard and moved to New York in 1964, shortly after receiving a trust fund from her grandmother, with aspirations of …

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In 1965, Gino Piserchio co-starred with Warhol Superstar Edie Sedgwick in the underground film Beauty No. 2, directed by Andy Warhol. Beauty No. 2 was …

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I Love Warhol

I Love Warhol