RE: MY PHOTO OF ANDY IN WARHOL MUSEUM
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Congradulations! The Museum is close to where I live and I have been
there several times.
For anyone who might travel to Pittsburg or vicinity, you should not miss it
as it is quite impressive.
Warhol was an alternative process printer. He used a small Speed Graphic and
did a lot of photo
silk screen. They have his camera at the museum and a lot of personal items.
You can really get
an understanding of his work by visiting this museum.
Check out my web page at:
From: BOB KISS <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "ALT PHO PROC." <email@example.com>
Subject: MY PHOTO OF ANDY IN WARHOL MUSEUM
Date: Sun, 05 Nov 2006 15:34:21 -0400
FAIR WARNING: A bit of shameless self promo follows.
A print of the attached photo was recently acquired by the
Warhol Museum. Press release follows.
"WARHOL MUSEUM ACQUIRES BOB KISS PHOTO"
The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburg, PA., USA recently
a Bob Kiss photograph of seminal pop artist, Andy Warhol. Kiss made the
photo in 1982 as part of a series named "Resident Aliens" using the same
Hasselblad camera that the Astronauts used on the moon in order to get the
crosses in the photos that everyone recognized in the lunar photos. The
subjects were so enormously talented that they could humorously be
considered extraterrestrials. Other subjects in this series included world
famous author Isaac Asimov, influential art critic and historian Henry
Geldzahler, and famous New York lawyer David Ledy.
Kiss already has two Interview Magazine cover photos and two
photos from pages inside Interview Magazine in the Warhol Museum. They
included in the Warhol retrospective show that opened at the Whitney Museum
in New York in 1998 and subsequently toured the world.
Kiss is very excited by this recent acquisition because the
photo is from one of his own creative projects whereas the other photos in
the Warhol Museum were from assignments for Interview Magazine.
Bob has lived in Barbados since 1993 and, though he has
concentrated mostly on fine art photography since 1996, he recently
ADDY awards for the Caribbean Region Best Over All Advertising Photograph
and the Best Black and White Advertising Photograph for ads shot for Virgo
Please check my website: <http://www.bobkiss.com/>
"Live as if you are going to die tomorrow. Learn as if you are going to
live forever". Mahatma Gandhi
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