Double Feature Screening: Warhol’s Poor Little Rich Girl, Camp
Catch a rare glimpse into Warhol’s film legacy and join us in Madison Ballroom for a screening of Poor Little Rich Girl and Camp on 16mm film. Though most known for his screen prints and paintings, film was an integral part of Warhol’s practice, many of which live on as avant-garde classics.
Camp 5:30 – 6:37PM
Poor Little Rich Girl 6:50 – 7:56PM
During the month of November, take part in our series of programs that draw inspiration from Andy Warhol and Pop Art. The artist’s major retrospective, “Andy Warhol: From A to B and Back Again” is currently on view at the Art Institute of Chicago.
Camp (1965, 67 min) Shot at Warhol’s Silver Factory, Camp features a group of Superstars putting on a “campy” talent show complete with singing, dancing, jokes, poetry, and Gerard Malanga as master of ceremonies.
Poor Little Rich Girl (1965, 66 min) A day in the life of socialite Edie Sedgwick, shot in Sedgwick’s posh New York City apartment.