arrived in New York from his native UK, David McCabe was contacted in early 1964 by Andy Warhol after the artist had seen a layout by the young photographer in the pages of "Mademoiselle". McCabe was assigned the gigantic and veryWarholesque project
of documenting the artist's life for a whole year. Warhol would, spontaneously and on a regular basis for that whole year, call and invite McCabe to his studio, or to whatever event he was about to attend. Some 2500 photographs later,McCabe had succeeded
in capturing Andy in the most various events and settings that characterized his life at the time: Andy chatting with Barnett Newman at some Fifth Avenue art openings, Andy at the crowded and psychedelic parties at the Factory, Andy drinking his morning
coffee at the diner around the corner, Andy working on the first "Flower" paintings in his studio with assistant Gerard Malanga, Andy and Edie Sedgwick preparing to shoot a movie scene, Andy alone, Andy with! ...