On April 1, 1987, 25 years ago, Andy Warhol was buried in New York where a ceremony was held at Saint Patrick’s cathedral where 2000 people were present. Among them, photographer Christophe von Hohenberg. Here are his pictures. A book, “Andy Warhol: The Day The Factory Died” was published for the occasion. It is a kind of Who’s Who of New York celebrities.
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