All Tomorrow's Parties: Billy Name's Photographs of Andy Warhol's Factory (Inscribed by Billy Name to Victor Bockris). Dave Hickey, Collier Schorr.

All Tomorrow's Parties: Billy Name's Photographs of Andy Warhol's Factory (Inscribed by Billy Name to Victor Bockris)

London: frieze, 1997. Pictorial boards. A terrific Association copy: INSCRIBED BY BILLY NAME --THE PRINCIPAL PHOTOGRAPHER OF ANDY WARHOL'S FACTORY AND ITS ARCHIVIST FROM 1964 TO 1970-- TO VICTOR BOCKRIS, THE GREAT WARHOL AND VELVET UNDERGROUND BIOGRAPHER AND FREQUENT CONTRIBUTOR TO WARHOL'S INTERVIEW MAGAZINE on the half-title. A pristine copy to boot of the 1997 1st edition. Tight and Fine in its wild pictorial boards. Quarto, Essay ("Naming the Colours") by Dave Hickey, Interview ("A Talk with Billy Name") by Collier Schorr. Famously, Warhol was once quoted as saying of Victor Bockris: "He's a brilliant young writer who only writes about three people: William Burroughs, Muhammad Ali and me. Victor Bockris has more energy than any person I know. He types like Van Cliburn plays the piano. He's always tape-recording and taking pictures. I can't keep up with him." Fine. Item #19113

Price: $750.00

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