My Andy Warhol Photogallery
I ask you not just to reconsider your decision in Joe Simon’s case, but your policy in general.
John Richardson, art historian, author, contributor to the New York Review of Books and Vanity Fair.
"I think they've made some decisions about what was his working process that could (require) further discussion."
Tom Sokolowski, director of the Andy Warhol Museum.
I asked a number of people around the factory if they remembered these paintings but came up with nothing.
Vincent Fremont, dealer for the Warhol Foundation.
(myandywarhol) is as authentic as any of the other Warhol’s. I remember this painting very clearly.
Paul Morrissey, Warhol’s manager from 1965 and director, writer and producer of many of Warhol’s films.
The board knows of no independently verifiable documentation for the period in question, 1964 through 1965, to indicate or suggest that Warhol sanctioned or authorized anyone to make (myandywarhol).
Sally King-Nero, Andy Warhol Art Authentication Board Member in a letter faxed from the Warhol Foundation.
The painting is familiar to and known by me. Andy was pushing for the Simon portrait (to be included in the 1965 retrospective) because he said it exemplified his new technique for having works produced without his personal touch; he wanted to get away from that.
Sam Adams Green. Curator of the 1965 Warhol retrospective.
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