KULCHUR - Vol. 2 No. 5 - Spring 1962
FUCK YOU: A Magazine of the Arts - Number 5, Vol. 4
JADE PRESENTS ... IGGY POP [Concert Flyer]
[Original Poster for "afro/rock night with Assagai" at Hull University]
ARCHIGRAM NINE [9]
HELP YOUR LOCAL JUNKIE KICK
YOUNG FLESH REQUIRED [Original Promotional Poster for THE GREAT ROCK 'N' ROLL SWINDLE]
[Original Flyer for Aug. 13th, 1982 Hardcore Show at the A7 Annex]
NAKED CITY [Ex-Libris Ralph Ingersoll, Founder of PM Newspaper]

[S&H Green Stamp Invitation / Poster from Warhol's 1965 ICA Retrospective]

[WARHOL, Andy]

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Philadelphia: Institute of Contemporary Art, 1965. First Edition. Original folded poster invitation; 3 3/4î x 9î folded and 22 3/4î x 22 1/2î open. Bit of toning, soil to one edge and a couple of tiny nicks. Very good plus to near fine. (Item ID: 22814)

Famed Green Stamp poster/invitation for Warhol's first retrospective, held at the University of Pennsylvania's Institute of Contemporary Art from October 8th through November 21st, 1965. An infamous event: curator Sam Green issued so many of these invitations that the venue was mobbed. Arthur Danto, in his recent biography of Warhol, described the scene: "There was a crowd of at least two thousand rapturous persons, most of them students. No one had expected a crowd that large, and the curator, Sam Green, to be prudent, removed most of the paintings from the walls, leaving the gallery all but bare. But the crowd had not come so much to look at the art as to see Warhol and his consort. Chants of 'Andy and Edie [Sedgwick]! Andy and Edie!' went up. People were jostled and trampled. It became a problem of crowd control much like what was happening at rock concerts. Andy, Edie, and their party [which included Green] found safety on an iron staircase, where [...] they waved at the crowds below. Finally a hole was axed in the ceiling, and [they] were able to escape to the floor above. Crowd behavior like that [...] was unheard of at art events [...] The change did not escape Warhol's notice. 'To think of it happening at an art opening,' he said. 'Even a Pop Art opening. But then, we weren't just at the art exhibit ó we were the exhibit.'" (5). A cornerstone of Warhol's career, an event that demonstrated his growing fame and cemented his reputation as one of the most exciting artists of the 1960's.


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