Portrait of Andy Warhol in front of his computer monitor, where his own image is reproduced in an infinite effect when he was pioneering the digital art in 1985.
Double weight gelatin silver print, in excellent condition.
Number 10 of an edition of 10 (8" x 10")
Warhol received an invitation from Commodore Computers in 1985 to test their new "Amiga" personal computer. The company didn't prosper, but the work created by Warhol became of a historical significance after a group of computer experts from the Carnegie Mellon Computer Club discovered his Amiga computer and recovered the files.
- David Stein (XX)
- Title of artwork
- Andy Warhol, 'Infinite Warhol', 1985
- Gelatin-silver print, RC print
- Date of print
- Very fine
- Vintage print
- Printed later
- Image size
- 17.5×18.5 cm
- Total dimensions
- 20×25×0.1 cm