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Film-Makers Cinematheque – New York, NY

This is an 8 1/2 x 11″ flyer for February 18th to March 2nd, 1966 designed by Barbara Rubin.
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The Open Stage – New York, NY

The Open Stage located at 23 St. Marks Place in New York for showing from April 1st to April 31st, 1966. Printed on cardboard, this poster measures approximately 22″ x 14″. It was printed at the Murray Poster Printing Company in New York. Artist unknown.
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The Gymnasium – New York City, NY

April 13, 1967, The Gymnasium, New York City, New York. This is a two-sided fold-over invitation with Andy Warhol’s banana printed on the outside measuring approximately 7 1/4 x 8 1/2″.
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Film Makers’ Cinematheque – New York, NY

This is an 8 1/2 x 11 inch flyer that announces the premiere of Andy Warhol’s MORE MILK, YVETTE starring Maria Montez and The Velvet Underground. This flyer was made in 1966 and presents live the Velvet Underground, Edie Sedgwick, Gerald Malanga, Donald Lyons, Barbara Rubin, Bob Neuwirth, Paul Morrissey, Nico, Daniel Williams and Billy Linich. The evening was held at Jonas Mekas Film Makers’ Cinematheque. As stated in the authentication, this flyer was produced in Andy Warhol’s factory. In 1966 Velvet Underground were still to release their debut album as Andy Warhol promoted them as a Manager.
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Max’s Kansas City – New York, NY

This was for a summer run of shows at Max’s Kansas City in New York City from June 24th through August 23rd, 1970. Lou Reed left the band during this run. The artist is Steve Nelson and the poster was designed to look like an ad in a NYC subway car.
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