Warhol collector Jim Hedges and Piero Tomassoni sat down recently to discuss our exhibition Andy Warhol. Photographs 1970 – 1986, on view through until the end of September at Artvisor, London.
Works from the collection of Jim Hedges are also on view at Gagosian Gallery in Paris.
In their conversation, shown in the video above, Hedges describes the crucial role that photography played in the life and work of the American artist, stating that the “fundamentals of Warhol’s practice begin with the camera, with mechanical material”.
Jim Hedges has been an active art collector and patron for over 30 years, focusing on Andy Warhol’s and has collaborated with various art platforms to inspire people’s awareness of the artist’s photographic practice.
If you are in London, please feel free to contact us to arrange a viewing.