Bob Adelman - Andy Warhol in Gristedes
BOB ADELMAN (1930-2016)
Andy Warhol in Gristedes Supermarket Near 47th Street Factory
photograph 1965 (printed later)
archival pigment print on Kodak paper, edition of 50
stamped by the Bob Adelman Estate
16 x 20 in || 40.6 x 50.8 cm (paper size)
This print is sold matted and unframed and includes free shipping in a reinforced PrintPad box within the continental US.
Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by WESTWOOD GALLERY NYC.
Bob Adelman (1930-2016) is an American photographer who captured historic and artistic photographs for over sixty years, covering subjects ranging from the Civil Rights Movement to the New York art scene, urban culture, social essays, politics, music and more.
During the 1960s, Bob Adelman spent extensive time in Andy Warhol's Factory. Adelman also initiated the making of his photographs with Warhol, asking Warhol to accompany him to Gristedes supermarket, so Adelman could photograph him in the aisles while Warhol shopped for Campbell's Soup cans and Brillo boxes – two grocery products which Warhol used to make his iconic Campbell’s Soup paintings and Brillo Box sculptures.
Photograph of Andy Warhol © Bob Adelman Estate