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ALEXIS SMITH FOR AFTER DARK MAGAZINE BY KENN DUNCAN (1972) $300.00 SOLD
Vintage original 11 x 14” (28 x 35 cm.) black and white double weight glossy silver gelatin print still photo, USA. The photographic work of Kenn Duncan has been featured in exhibits including that at the New York Public Library in 2008. A professional champion roller-skater and dancer, he turned to photography and his portraits of celebrated dancers, theatre actors, film and unknowns graced the pages of DANCE MAGAZINE and AFTER DARK magazine during the 1970s. He was known in the Andy Warhol circle and...
ANDY WARHOL/PORK (1971) $750.00 SOLD
Vintage original borderless 6 ½ x 10” (17 x 26 cm.) photo, USA.
Shows Wayne County, Cleve Reller, Anthony Zanetta (with the camera, playing a fictionalized version of Warhol), and Warhol in foreground. Handwritten on back (does not show through) in ink: “5/71 Andy Warhol and ‘Pork” company Credit: Jack Mitchell.”
This play, written by Warhol and Anthony Ingrassia, opened at the LaMamaTheatre in New York...
ANDY WARHOL/WHITNEY MUSEUM (1971) $750.00 SOLD
Vintage original borderless 9 ¾ x 6 ¾” (25 x 17 cm.) photo, USA. The Whitney Museum, starting on May 1, 1971, hosted a huge Warhol retrospective, probably the largest that had been held to date. This photo is stamped on back “Andy Warhol at the Whitney Museum 4/71 Credit: Jack Mitchell.” JUST ABOUT FINE.
ANDY WARHOL’S FLESH (1968) $2,500.00 SOLD
Vintage original 9 x 11 ½” (24 x 30 cm.) photo, USA. Joe Dallesandro, dir: Paul Morrisey; Sherpix. An exceedingly scarce oversize color photo of a naked Joe Dallesandro in his breakthrough starring role, as a bisexual heroin addict who is working the streets as a gay prostitute to support his and his bisexual wife’s addiction. “Dallesandro is generally considered to be the most famous male sex symbol of American underground films of the 20th century, as well as a sex symbol of gay subculture.’ (Wikipedia). FINE.
ANDY WARHOL’S HEAT (1972) $300.00 SOLD
Set of 6 8 x 10” (20 x 25 cm.) photos, USA. Joe Dallesandro, Sylvia Miles, Andrea Feldman, dir: Paul Morrisey; Levitt-Pickman. Morrisey’s crazed remake of SUNSET BOULEVARD.
“Joey Davis (Dallesandro) is an unemployed former child star who supports himself as a hustler in Los Angeles. Joey uses sex to get his landlady to reduce his rent, then seduces Sally Todd (Miles), a former Hollywood starlet. Sally tries to help Joey revive his career but her status as a mediocre ex-actress proves to be quite useless. Sally's psychotic daughter...
ANDY WARHOL’S TRASH (1971) $1,250.00 SOLD
Vintage original 8 x 5 ¾” (21 x 15 cm.) photo, Germany. Joe Dallesandro, Jane Forth, dir: Paul Morrisey; Constantin Film.
Rare photo of Dallesandro, Forth, and Warhol at the German premiere of the film, in Munich, in front of a massive poster of Joe. With a lengthy mimeographed paper snipe of text in German on verso, FINE.
ANDY WARHOL'S BAD (1977) $250.00 SOLD
Set of six (6) 8 x 10" (20 x 25 cm.) vintage original photos, USA. Carroll Baker, Perry King, Susan Tyrrell, Geraldine Smith, dir: Jed Johnson; New World Pictures. Baker plays "Hazel," a vicious beautician who has a sideline of providing ruthless women to do hit jobs. Although this film is not as well known as the earlier Warhol-produced films directed by Paul Morrissey, it is actually one of the funniest, and nastiest of all the films with Warhol's name on them.
ANDY WARHOL'S BLUE MOVIE (1969) $300.00 SOLD
Set of fourteen (14) 9; x 12" (24 x 30 cm.) vintage original lobby cards (10 of the cards contain photographic imagery, 4 are text only in German), Germany. Viva, Louis Waldon; dir: Andy Warhol; Constantin. One of Warhol's superstar Viva's earliest feature films, and one of a small number where she was actually in a lead role, in this case playing herself.
"Producer/director/cinematographer Andy Warhol presents an afternoon in a Manhattan apartment where Viva and Louis discuss social issues while lying in bed. Louis makes sexual advances and Viva giggles; they indulge in sexual foreplay and then intercourse....
ANDY WARHOL'S LONESOME COWBOYS (1968) $0.00 SOLD
Set of twenty (20) vintage original 9; x 12" (24 x 30 cm.) lobby cards (16 of the cards contain photographic imagery, 4 are text only in German), plus one 9 x 12" (30 x 48 cm.) poster and one 3 x 3" (8.5 x 8.5 cm.) slide, Germany. Joe Dallesandro, Eric Emerson, Taylor Mead, Viva, Louis Waldon, dir: Andy Warhol; Constantin.
ANDY WARHOL'S LONESOME COWBOYS (1968) / EXHIBITOR'S PRESS MANUAL $0.00 SOLD
Printed wrappers, 11 x 8" (28 x 21.6 cm.), USA. This rather langorous film, with Viva, Taylor Mead, Joe Dalleasandro, Lou Waldon, Eric Emerson, and various other Warhol Factory members, had clear homoerotic gay overtones, and was a transition to the series of films directed entirely by Paul Morrisey, which were to follow within a couple of years.
BIGGER SPLASH, A (1974) SOLD
Set of three photos, varying a bit in size but approximately 6 ¾ x 8 ¼” (17.5 x 21 cm.), USA. David Hockney, dir: Jack Hazan.
Wikipedia: ‘1974 biopic about David Hockney's lingering breakup with his then partner Peter Scheslinger, during the period 1970 to 1973. Directed by Jack Hazan, and edited by David Mingay, it has music by Patrick Gowers. Featuring many of Hockney's circle, it includes designers Celia Birtwell and Ossie Clark, artist Patrick Procktor, gallery owner John Kasmin and museum curator Henry Geldzahler. It is a...
BOY FRIEND, THE (1971) $0.00 SOLD
Set of fourteen (14) 8 x 10” (20 x 25 cm.) photos, USA. Twiggy, Christopher Gable, Tommy Tune, dir: Ken Russell; MGM. One of Russell’s wildest films---in which he sets out to do a Busby Berkeley-style 30’s musical through a prism of early 70’s psychedelia, and succeeds in creating one of the most remarkable of all of the 70’s revisionist films. Most of the photos have mimeographed descriptive text on verso, JUST ABOUT FINE.