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Thomas Hoepker Double exposure of Andy Warhol in his "Factory" at Union Square. Manhattan. New York City. USA. 1981. © Thomas Hoepker | Magnum Photos
Thomas Hoepker Man in front of Andy Warhol's "Gold Marilyn." Museum of Modern Art. New York City, USA. 2005 © Thomas Hoepker | Magnum Photos
Martine Franck French stylist Yves Saint-Laurent at home, in front of his portrait by Andy Warhol. Paris, France. 1978 © Martine Franck | Magnum Photos
Thomas Hoepker USA. New York City. Manhattan. 1981. Double exposure of Andy WARHOL in his "Factory" at Union Square. © Thomas Hoepker | Magnum Photos
Eve Arnold USA. New York City. Andy Warhol with his first sophisticated anchored camera which he operates, Silver Factory. 1964. © Eve Arnold | Magnum Photos
Eve Arnold Andy Warhol at the Silver Factory with his first sophisticated anchored camera. New York, USA. 1964. © Eve Arnold | Magnum Photos
Eve Arnold USA. NYC. FILM: Harlot. Gerard Malanga, Philip Fagan, Carol Koshinskie, Mario Montez in Andy Warhol's Harlot. 1964. © Eve Arnold | Magnum Photos
Philippe Halsman American artist Andy Warhol's reflection on the famous Campbell's tomato soup tin. New York City, USA. 1968. © Philippe Halsman | Magnum Photos
Thomas Hoepker Andy Warhol with a great Dane and light dome prints in his "Factory" at Union Square. New York City, USA. 1981. © Thomas Hoepker | Magnum Photos
Philippe Halsman USA. New York City. Manhattan. 1968. The Factory group posed around their leader, the American painter Andy WAHROL (centre). Back row, from left to right: Jackie CURTIS, Kevin AYERS, Paul MORRISS (...)
Philippe Halsman The Factory group posed around their leader Andy Warhol. Jay Johnson, Taylor Mead, Viva, Paul Morrisey, Ultra Violet, Fred Hughes, Jed Johnson, Nico, Candy Darling and Gérard Malanga.Manhattan, New (...)