Black-eyed Susans


An ode to the current changing of the seasons here in L.A.: Andy Warhol in Flushing, Queens, amid black-eyed Susans near the 1964 World’s Fair, with a freshly completed Flowers painting in the background.

William John Kennedy, a freelance photographer when the photos were taken, had

nearly forgotten about them and only rediscovered the images several years ago in a “beat-up cardboard box” while Kennedy and his wife were preparing to move to Miami.”These photographs are a revelation: disclosing the early Warhol’s intimate relationship with his work; revealing more about the artist and the work through these intimate portraits. Though the subject of innumerable photos, we have not seen this Warhol before.”




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“A Timepiece That’s Part Los Angeles, Part South of France”- NYT


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Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich


In a homage to photographic masters, Sandro Miller decided to do a project honoring the men and women whose photographs helped shape his career. After selecting thirty-five images to emulate, Sandro contacted Malkovich, who instantly agreed to participate. Here are a few of the pictures that are will be on display at Catherine Edelman Gallery (Chicago) from November 7 – January 31 – 2015.

The few below are as follows:

Herb Ritts – Jack_Nicholson, London (1988),

Irving Penn – Pablo Picasso, Cannes, France (1957)

Philippe Halsman – Salvador Dali (1954)

Albert Watson – Alfred_Hitchcock_with_Goose_(1973)

Yousuf Karsh – Ernest Hemingway (1957)

Arthur Sasse – Albert Einstein Sticking Out His Tongue (1951)


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