In part of the exhibition Across Art and Fashion in Florence, we can see the series by Christopher Makos titled Altered Image. As the 1980’s began, Andy Warhol and I decided that we would collaborate together on a project. Impatient as I was, there was one thing I was sure of. We should do something unique, without imitating anything that had been done before by Andy, whose work by then was world-famous.
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