In 1963 Billy Klüver approached Andy Warhol to produce record covers for his recording of artists participating in the Popular Image Exhibition at the Washington Gallery of Modern Art from April to June 1963. Warhol had begun using silkscreen printing in August 1962 and this cover was thus one of the first silkscreens he produced. Klüver and Warhol first spray painted the covers in red, orange, yellow, green and white and then silkscreened the Giant Size motif garnered from a newspaper advertisement.In 1971 a German dealer asked Klüver if he could ask Warhol to make a limited signed edition of the covers and Waarhol signed 75 of the white covers (with records) that now command very high prices. This is the GREEN version. A mock record of the Klüver recording is included. This item is in the category "Music\Vinyl Records".
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