For the Armory Show, the Andy Warhol Museum is exhibiting photographs by William John Kennedy, who met Warhol in the 1960s and photographed him at work, notably on his famous diptych of Marilyn Monroe. Exhibited last year in New York, these rare photographs offer an intimate glimpse into Warhol’s process.
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