Andy Warhol: Man's Best Friend
Lococo Fine Art Publisher
$20.00 CDN $20.00
Pbk, 8 x 10 in., 60 pgs, 8 color, 5 b&w.
SPRING 2011 p. 76
"In 1970, Jed Johnson, Andy’s boyfriend, convinced him they should get a dog. Through a friend’s recommendation, Jed decided on a dark brown, shorthaired dachshund puppy: Jed and Andy named him Archie. It was definitively the beginning of a wonderful relationship… Andy was so attached to Archie that he would not travel to London because he could not bare leaving Archie at home in quarantine for six months. Archie became Andy’s alter ego. Andy would hold Archie when being photographed by the press and would deflect questions to him that he did not want to answer."
Excerpted from Andy Warhol: Man’s Best Friend.
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THE AMERICAN-SCANDINAVIAN FOUNDATION
Text by Trevor Fairbrother.
SKARSTEDT GALLERY, LTD.
Edited by Rudo Prekop, Michal Cihlár.
Introduction by René Paul Barilleaux. Text by Justin Spring.
MCNAY ART MUSEUM
Edited by Alessandra Bellavita, Bénédicte Burrus, Jill van Coenegrachts.
GALERIE THADDAEUS ROPAC, PARIS/SALZBURG
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