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Andy with Pat Cleveland, Montauk , Long Island New York
Andy with Pat Cleveland, Montauk , Long Island New York
Christopher Makos
Another Man
Label: The Humble Fishing Town that Became a Hideaway for Warhol’
Released: March 1, 2018

Christopher Makos shares photographs of Montauk, New York and reflects on how it became a hot-spot for the cultural elite of the 1970s

Back in 1971, Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey purchased Eothen, a 12-hectare oceanfront estate on the Long Island shore for $225,000. A true East End landmark, Eothen was built in 1931 by American architect Stanford White as a fishing camp for the Church family of Montana, who used it for two weeks in September when the striped bass were running.

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