Lives and works in Poughkeepsie, New York
Billy Name is the main photographer of the Andy Warhol Factory era from 1963-70, and the creator of the look and design of Warhol's "Silver Factory." His work has appeared in numerous exhibitions and publications, including his work in the Irvine Contemporary exhibition, Celebrity Portraits from the Warhol Factory Era (2006), which was acquired for a private collection and exhibited at the Ludwig Museum in Germany and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in Israel. The Institute of Contemporary Art, London, presented a Retrospective of his photography 1997, the same year as his major publication of photographs, All Tomorrow's Parties: Billy Name's Photographs of Andy Warhol's Factory.
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