February 16 – April 27, 2008
From 1964 to 1967, photojournalist Nat Finkelstein (1933–2009) took many photographs of creative intensity and intimacy, furnishing an insider’s view of the Factory and the famous and sometimes infamous milieu surrounding Warhol.
This exhibition contained 37 black-and-white photographs with some of Finkelstein’s best-known images, including Warhol working in the studio and the installation of Silver Clouds at the Castelli Gallery. In addition, the display included photographs of visiting celebrities Marcel Duchamp, the Velvet Underground, and Bob Dylan.
Image: ©Nat Finkelstein, Andy, Double Tambourine, c. 1965