Jean Cocteau, photographed by Irving Penn, 1948. ( "Cocteau,Quite possibly the most important art icon of the 20th century, who could seemingly do it all, and with great style– painter, poet, playwright, novelist, actor, film-maker, the list goes on and on. But he was first and foremost a poet at heart– and a truly incredible one at that.")
This 1964 image is Warhol Holding Marilyn Acetate I. Images of Andy Warhol and Robert Indiana taken in the early 1960s by fine art photographer William John Kennedy will be on display for a pop-up event on the heels of Art Basel.