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Billy Name: The Silver Age

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Time Out says

Extraordinary photographs of New York's creative elite, including 'it' girl Edie Sedgwick at Andy Warhol's Factory.

Billy Name is the reason Andy Warhol's New York studio went from being known as merely The Factory to the Silver Factory, as he covered the entire interior in silver foil. A lighting designer turned photographer, Name became the studio’s resident documenter with his unprecedented access to the creative debauchery of Warhol and his entourage. From Warhol and his muse Edie Sedgwick to the plethora of musicians like Lou Reed and Nico who fleeted through the factory, Name’s black-and-white photographs, taken between 1964 to 1968, capture one of the most significant artists of the twentieth century.

READ THE INTERVIEW WITH BILLY NAME ABOUT KEY PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE SHOW

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