6121 Sunset Blvd,
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Curated and produced with Fotografiska, Hedges Projects, and Jack Shainman Gallery, the largest West Coast survey of Andy Warhol’s photography to date features more than 120 images—20 of which have never been seen before—that pay homage to the storied pop artist’s New York City studio and offer an intimate diary of his life and work. Accompanying his famous celebrity Polaroids are lesser-known gelatin silver prints in which he painstakingly documented his creative process, friends, and surroundings, photo booth strips taken in ‘60s-era Times Square, and his earliest photographic works, which served as a catalyst for his early silkscreen paintings and commissioned portraits. Another key highlight comes in the form of Warhol’s stitched photographs, in which he physically sewed together prints in consecutive grids that nod to his characteristic use of repetition.
Haring, Keith and Juan Dubose (1983)