"Celebrity Portraits From The Andy Warhol Factory Years, " Irvine Contemporary, Washington DC, 2006, no. 21.
"Celebrity Portraits From The Andy Warhol Factory Years, " Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2009, no. 21.
"Celebrity Portraits From The Andy Warhol Factory Years, " Ludwig Museum, Koblenz, Germany, 2013, no. 21.
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Billy Name (American, 1940-2016), or William George Linich, was an American photographer, known as the archivist and photographer of The Factory from 1964 to 1970. The Factory was Andy Warhol’s loft on East 47th Street in Midtown Manhattan. After Name was invited by Warhol to The Factory, he became Warhol’s lover, muse and photographer until the 1970s when he left New York for San Francisco. Name’s work generally consists of candid, black and white shots often featuring scenes from The Factory.Interested in consigning works by Billy Name? Learn more »
Printed in 2006