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Jack Mitchell (1925 - 2013)

Lot 200: Jack Mitchell: Andy Warhol and the cast of his play "Pork" on stage at La Mama in New York City, 1971, two silver prints

The Photo Review

October 19, 2019
Langhorne, PA, US

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Description

Andy Warhol and the cast of his play "Pork" on stage at La Mama in New York City, 1971, two silver prints, "Andy Warhol and 'Pork' Company," credit: Jack Mitchell," and "5/71" in purple ink verso on both, Image size: 6.5"x10"; Sheet Size: 6.5"x10"

Dimensions

6.5"x10"

Artist or Maker

Jack Mitchell

Medium

two silver prints

Date

1971

Notes

Andy Warhol's Pork was adapted and directed by Anthony J. Ingrassia and opened at La Mama for a two week "trial run" on May 5, 1971.

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