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All nineteen Polaroids from Warhol’s Little Red Book #178 (June 1970) of friends and celebrities, many of whom were involved in the production of Warhol's film L'Amour (1973), which was filmed in Paris in September 1970.

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Frye Art Museum is pleased to present Little Red Book #178, an exhibition of nineteen Polaroid photographs made by Andy Warhol (1928–87).

Warhol was a leading figure in twentieth century art, perhaps best known today for his iconic Campbell's Soup paintings and his portraits of famous personalities such as Marilyn Monroe. Throughout the 1970s, Warhol documented his activities and social …

Frye Art Museum is pleased to present Little Red Book #178, an exhibition of nineteen Polaroid photographs made by Andy Warhol (1928–87).

Warhol was a leading figure in twentieth century art, perhaps best known today for his iconic Campbell's Soup paintings and his portraits of famous personalities such as Marilyn Monroe. Throughout the 1970s, Warhol documented his activities and social milieu using a Polaroid camera. When he died in 1987, he left behind nearly 40,000 Polaroids, many of which he had sequenced and filed in red Holson Polaroid albums.

These albums were called Little Red …

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