Andy Warhol’s iconic New York anti-films come to the ICA this weekend only!
Jonathan Jones: Warhol’s most famous movies – including Sleep, a five-hour film of his lover dozing – capture the avant garde New York of the Velvet Underground and the Chelsea hotel
"This weekend the ICA will be showing new prints of some of Andy Warhol’s most famous films – Sleep, Vinyl and Chelsea Girls. These consciously crude and raw films of the 1960s New York avant garde have been restored by MoMA and the Whitney Museum of American Art and the only surprise is that they’re getting such a short outing at a single London cinema."
Jonathan Jones Guardian Blog
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