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Exhibition Images

I Shot Warhol, Wesselmann, Lichtenstein, Rosenquist and Indiana: Phtotgraphs by Bob Adelman and William John Kennedy

Click on thumbnail images below for a larger, print-ready image.

William John Kennedy, Andy in field with black-eyed
susans in front of "Flowers",
1964, printed in 2005,
chromogenic print, edition #AP, 58 x 40 inches.
Courtesy of the photographer. ©William John Kennedy
BOB ADELMAN, Roy Lichtenstein demonstrated pose of the
abstracted dancer sculpture in one panel form his 1993 6-panel
mural entitled
, "Large Interior with Three Reflections,"
commissioned by the Revlon Corporation, New York, 1994, printed
2008, archival inkjet print, 17 x 10 inches. Courtesy of the
photographer. ©Bob Adelman
BOB ADELMAN, Tom Wesselmann at his first solo exhibition at
Sidney Kanis Gallery, New York City,
1966, printed 2008, archival
inkjet print, 10 ĺ x 19 inches. Courtesy of the photographer.
©Bob Adelman
BOB ADELMAN, James Rosenquist sweeping studio in front
of "Star Thief" mural
, 1980, chomogenic print. Courtesy of
the photographer. ©Bob Adelman
WILLIAM JOHN KENNEDY , Robert Indiana works on "A
Mother is a Mother" panel from "Mother and Father"
diptych (1963-67) with "The Red Diamond Die" (1962) in
, Coenties Slip studio, Lower Manhattan, 1963,
printed 2008, chromogenic print, 48 x 30 inches.
Courtesy of the photographer. ©William John Kennedy


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