Edition anlässlich / on the occasion of "Andy Warhol Now" (Set):
Christopher Makos: Altered Image, in three versions, 1981/2020

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Limited-edition photographs on the occasion of the exhibition Andy Warhol Now at the Museum Ludwig, Cologne

Material: photograph, pigment print on baryta paper
Print dimensions: 50,80 × 33,90 cm (long wig), 50.8 × 37.70 cm (blond wig, standing), 50,80 × 37,73 cm (short wig)
Passepartout dimensions: 52 × 67 cm
Prints: 30 each

Signed and numbered on a label on the back

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Special price for all three photographs (including VAT): 1,320 euros

These limited-edition photographs are offered with a passe-partout in a portfolio. Additional packaging and shipping costs are not included in the price.

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Andy Warhol called his friend Christopher Makos “the most modern photographer in America.” In 1981, the New York-based photographer and the Pop Art legend retreated to Makos’s studio with a variety of wigs and makeup for a two-day photo session. The result is a series of impressive black-and-white portraits, a selection of which is now being presented in the retrospective Andy Warhol Now at the Museum Ludwig. We see not the Andy Warhol we know, but Lady Warhol, one of the artist’s female alter egos. Makos plays with gender identity in a similar manner to his teacher Man Ray, who went down in art history when he photographed Marcel Duchamp as Rrose Sélavy.