“Andy, the Factory, and Me”: Photos and Discussion with Photographer Raeanne Rubenstein

In case you haven’t heard, the Frist has a really cool Andy Warhol exhibit right now, and in their typical fashion they’re having a few pretty cool events surrounding it. Last week they hosted a lecture that you had to plan your lunch hour around, but tonight at 6:30 (after work!) photographer Raeanne Rubenstein will be sharing some pictures of Andy and his crew and discussing them.

Here’s the description from the Weekly Highlights:

Raeanne Rubenstein became good friends with Warhol when they both lived and worked in NYC in the 1970s. For more than a decade she was a fixture at his Factory, both as friend and documentarian. On film, she captured Warhol with the legends of his day, from Federico Fellini and Lou Reed to Halston and Superstars Viva and Jackie Curtis. Tonight she’s going to share and discuss some of those pictures. If you’re a Warhol fan you do NOT want to miss this.

Warhol fans, celebrate! And attend!



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