Egoiste n. 10-100F
Magazine featuring Richard Avedon’s photographs of Andy Warhol following surgery after being shot by Valerie Solanas.*
This scarce edition features AndyWarhol photographed by Richard Avedon on its cover, including the rare four-page poster with him and members of the Factory
(including a naked Candy Darling and Joe Dallessandro, and Paul Morrissey). **
Other features include: – – an interview with Chet Baker by Philippe Adler (plus great portraits) – – Fellini interviewed by Françoise Sagan – – a 10 page “trip through fashion history” with drawings by Karl Lagerfeld – – Helmut Newton’s photos “Journal of a hypochondriac” – – a 10-page photographic essay by Brassaï And also great ads by Chanel, Chanel Beauté, Chanel No. 5, Christian Lacroix, Christian Dior, Yohji Yamamoto, Rochas, Yves Saint Laurent, Fendi…
High-quality paper and print in good condition, some minor markings on the front and back covers
ALSO IN THIS NUMBER: Federico Fellini – Chet Baker – Sigourney Weaver – Liliane Bettencourt – Ivo Pogorelich – Raymond Barre – Julian Schnabel – Robert Evans – Andy Warhol – Jean-Paul Goude – Jeanne Moreau – Marguerite Duras – Patrice Chéreau – Yves Saint Laurent COLLABORATORS IN THIS NUMBER: Françoise Sagan – Philippe Adler – Serge Bramly – Nicole Wisniak – Jacqueline Demornex – Philippe Grumbach – Joan Juliet Buck – E.M Cioran – Bernard Frank – Pascal Quignard – Bernard-Henri Lévy – François-Olivier Rousseau – Bertrand Poirot-Delpech – Patrick Thévenon – Adam Gopnik – Marian Mac Evoy – Isabelle Wisniak Richard Avedon – Karl Lagerfeld – Philippe Morillon – Daniel Jouanneau – Brassaï – Bettina Rheims – Helmut Newton
Size: 40.0 cm (h) x 30.0 cm (w) x 1.5 cm (d)
** Four-Page Poster Size: 40.0 cm (h) x 11250.0 cm (w)
* June 3rd, 1968, the day pop artist Andy Warhol was confronted by a radical feminist named Valerie Solanas.
Just the year before, Solanas had published the “S.C.U.M. Manifesto,” which called, among other things, for “thrill-seeking women” to “eliminate the male sex.”
An occasional actress in Warhol’s films, Solanas accused him of losing a copy of a play she had written.
On that fateful day, she cornered the pop artist in his New York studio, which was known as “The Factory.”
According to police, after a brief conversation, Solanas drew a weapon and shot Warhol, before escaping via the elevator.
Warhol was rushed to a hospital where he almost died. Solanas was arrested in Times Square a few hours later.
The shooting, needless to say, was a tabloid sensation.
Solanas was sentenced to three years in prison and ultimately diagnosed with schizophrenia.
As for Andy Warhol, he survived but was scarred both physically and mentally for the rest of his life.
Warhol died in 1987 at the age of 58.
Valerie Solanas died the next year, at age 52 – her fifteen minutes of fame long since faded into obscurity.