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Post by Sheila Klein » 14 Feb 2020 02:39

Taxine, are there more where those came from?

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Post by taxine » 14 Feb 2020 13:28

Hi Phil,just google "Velvet Underground Dallas 69" and got it.Lately my faith's back again... you can find out some candys on the site.

PS:The fist one with the whole band at once drives my crazy !!
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Post by bradski » 16 Feb 2020 15:25

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Andy Warhol with Nico in New York, 1966. Photograph: Adam Ritchie/Redferns
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Post by taxine » 26 Feb 2020 12:04

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http://lovegoestobuildingsonfire.com/h ... tegorized/

HI,I'd like to share this awesome shot that leave me breathless,it's part of exhibition THE VELVET UNDERGROUND SHOW IN NYC,enjoy !!
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Post by Sheila Klein » 27 Feb 2020 02:11

Any thoughts on who shot that frame?

The link goes to a page of Will Hermes's site in anticipation of the Velvet Underground Experience presentation, and also includes this remarkable image:

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but also this unfortunate text about the VUE:
The multimedia experience will contain six films produced exclusively for the exhibition by Edward English, Alexander Keewatin Dewdney, Gerard Malanga, Marie Menken, Barbara Rubin, Andy Warhol, and Danny Williams.
I don't know who the first two are, but the last four were dead for an average of over 40 years by the time of the show's launch, so I don't see how any of their films were "produced exclusively for the exhibition."

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Post by alfredovu » 27 Feb 2020 16:19

Wow... the first one is new to me and terrific! No idea who did that one.
The second, as sure you all know, is from Fred W. McDarrah, Open Stage April 1966

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Post by taxine » 29 Feb 2020 13:34

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More stuff from the Trip's show,just totally blown my mind ...such the precious blakground with Nico's films on pale blue what makes it a such cool atmosphere,the whole shot creates a huge artwork,cheers !!
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Post by Sheila Klein » 29 Feb 2020 21:59

Taxine can you post a link to where we can see this pic in its own site?

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Post by taxine » 02 Mar 2020 11:05

Hi Phil,you can also check this one:

https://www.gettyimages.es/fotos/the-ve ... ostpopular
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