ca. 1979; Steve Rubell was a night-club owner, most notably the founder and co-owner of the legendary disco club Studio 54, which he opened in 1977 with his business partner, Ian Schrager. Roy Halston Frowick, known as Halston, was a fashion designer whose aesthetic made an impact on 1970s disco culture. Through design, art, fame, and nightlife, Halston and Warhol became close friends. In the late 70s Andy spent a lot of time at Halston's home, saying, "This is the way I wish my house looked... Really modern and really empty." Image rights: The purchaser is acquiring ownership rights only of the physical work of art described herein, and that this transfer of ownership of the physical work of art does not convey to the purchaser any copyright or reproduction rights except (a) the right to display the physical work of art and (b) reproduce the work only in an exhibition catalog relating to exhibit of the work, and in no other medium. Any other use of the work of art is absolutely prohibited without prior written consent of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, which may be withheld in its absolute discretion. Shipping, tax, and service quoted by seller.

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Hedges Projects was founded by Jim Hedges to collect, promote and produce artworks by leading 20th century conceptual, Pop artists
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