Andy Warhol Museum

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Stephen Sprouse - Career
... his new showroom in Union Square on Broadway - the last location of Andy Warhol's infamous "Factory" lofts. 1988 collections, he was given permission to use one of Andy Warhol's "Camouflage" screen-prints to utilize as textile designs (Sprouse created a secondary print, based on Warhol's original) ... showroom (in homage to the Andy Warhol Factory loft of the sixties) in December 1983 ...
List Of The Velvet Underground Songs - Unreleased Songs
... January 3, 1966 Performed at the Andy Warhol Museum "Chic Mystique" Demo/rehearsal recording Gennary 1966 Performed at the Delmonico's Hotel, New York "Crackin'Up" Demo ... Instrumental" Demo/rehearsal recording January 3, 1966 Performed at the Andy Warhol Museum "Rhythm Blues Instrumental" Demo/rehearsal recording January 3 ... Sister Ray" "Walk Alone" Demo/rehearsal recording January 3, 1966 Performed at the Andy Warhol Museum "Wild Child" Demo/rehearsal recording July 1970 Performed at the rehearsal for ...
The Andy Warhol Museum
... The Andy Warhol Museum, located on the North Shore of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, near the intersection of Interstate 279 and Interstate 579 ... It is the largest museum in the United States dedicated to a single artist ... The museum holds an extensive permanent collection of art and archives from the Pittsburgh-born pop art icon Andy Warhol ...

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