Christopher Makos - New York city
Christopher Makos studied architecture and worked as an apprentice with the artist, Man Ray,
in Paris. Since the early 1970's, he has developed a unique style of boldly graphic photojournalism.
He is the author of two books: White Trash (1977) and Warhol: A Personal Photographic Memoir (1988).
His works have appeared in magazines such as Rolling Stone and Esquire. He served as a
contributing photographer to Warhol's Interview magazine and was a close friend to Andy Warhol. Presently,
Makos maintains an active photography studio in Manhattan, hosts an interview show, Makostyle, for
television in New York, and exhibits his photographs, prints, and paintings widely throughout the
United States and Europe.
Portrait of Andy Warhol, 1986
Gelatin silver print
Christopher Makos' Exhibit at
Ten Years After: The Warhol Factory
Christopher Makos - Gerard Malanga - Allen Midgette -
Billy Name - Ultra Violet - James Warhola
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