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Andy Warhol Standing, NYC, 1970

Norman Seeff

Through Smith and Mapplethorpe, Seeff met this eccentric pop artist, whom he photographed at Warhol's place in 1970. "Andy was a body whose mouth never moved," Seeff says. "He did whatever I said, but no emotional interaction there." Never trained in photography, Seeff said he was beginning to learn how to interact with subjects when he shot this. "Thank goodness I learned early on it's not about cameras; it's about the relationship and your own observing devices."

  Each image is produced in an edition of 50 prints with 5 Artist Proofs. Within this edition of 50, prints can be ordered in a number of different sizes from 16 x 20 to 53 x 77. Prices increase as the photographs sell.

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