Pat Hackett, an American writer and editor, and the long-time confidante, co-author and diarist of Andy Warhol, was frequently the recipient of gifts from the artist. Recently, she opened an unassuming three-ring binder in her New York apartment and discovered 83 unpublished photographs by Andy Warhol. In 1987, prior to his death and around the time of his only photography show during his lifetime, Warhol actually gifted her a trove of unique 8” x 10” Silver Gelatin Prints made with his 35mm camera. The group includes some of Warhol’s most iconic subjects and friends – formal portraits, candid shots from...
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