American Pop Art icon Andy Warhol (1928–1987) was known for taking photographic portraits of his many friends in and outside of the art world. The photographic medium was critical to Warhol’s artistic production, and he brought his camera with him wherever he went. His photographic oeuvre reads like today’s ubiquitous social media photo streams and provides a fascinating look into the life of an enigmatic figure whose influence on the art world, and society as a whole, is unparalleled. Playing with the notions of identity, perception, and one's public versus private self, Warhol also took many poignant self-portraits, often in drag, as seen here.
(https://www.artnet.com/auctions/artists/andy-warhol/self-portrait-in-drag-7?utm_campaign=post-war-contemporary-art-0617&utm_source=targeted1ST&utm_medium=email&utm_content=from_&utm_term=June 15, 2017 – ST PWC)
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