Guggenheim

Andy Warhol, The Andy Warhol Diaries (NY: Warner Books, 1989), pp. 198

“Cabbed down to Heiner Friedrich gallery on West Broadway (5$). Fred wasn’t there yet. Ronnie and Stephen Mueller were there hanging pictures. The show looked good. The gallery’s so big...

When I got home Mrs. Menil had called and left a message that she was very touched by seeing my show at Heiner’s gallery.“

Andy Warhol, The Andy Warhol Diaries (NY: Warner Books, 1989), pp. 199

Thursday 25 January, 1979

“Philippa invited René Ricard—her Dia Foundation just signed him up for benefits as the first poet—so he arrived at 65 Irving and was saying that my work was just “decorative.” That got me really mad. And I’m so embarrassed, everybody saw the real me. I got so red and was telling him off..., and everybody was stunned to see me so angry and out of control and screaming back at him.”