News__ Warhol’s San Diego Surf
Fourty-four years later, Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey's film will premiere
In 1968, Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey set out to make yet another film together. They rented a house in California and started shooting with Taylor Mead and Viva playing a married couple on the verge of divorce. Despite finishing the film, it was never released. It wasn’t even edited until the Warhol Museum of Pittsburgh commissioned Morrissey to finish it in 1995. Now, 44 years later, the film is to be released by the Museum and, as put by Christopher Bollen at Interview Magazine, “the ever-growing cult of the King of Pop Art can appreciate a never-before-seen Warhol feature in all of its rambling, candy-colored, sexually frustrating, lewd, obtuse, and hilarious glory.”
See stills of Andy Warhol’s San Diego Surf below. Head to Pittsburgh to see it.
Surfed via: Interview Magazine