New York: Sony Music Entertainment. 2011. Deluxe boxed set. Black cloth clamshell box with the title stamped on the front containing 16 original 12" x 12" silkscreens, four vinyl records, three CDs, and housed in its original mailer (not pictured). One of 85 numbered copies Signed by each contributor, except Bob Dylan (who was contractually prohibited from signing) but with a supplied Dylan Signature on a CD sleeve for his album, Time Out of Mind laid in. This is copy #24. A collection of art and recording produced for an exhibition curated and produced by Jeff Gordon and Path Soong. Fifteen Minutes featured 18 people associated with or influenced by Andy Warhol responding to his famous dictum, "In the future, everyone will be world famous for fifteen minutes," through words, music, and art. The centerpiece of this set includes original silkscreens by Warhol's master silk screener, Alex Heinrici, and designed by the contributors which include Gordon, Soong, Heinrici, Dylan, Patti Smith, Brigid Berlin and Vincent Fremont, Yura Adams, John Giorno, Carter Ratcliff, Christopher Makos, Nat Finkelstein, Susan Breen, Lawrence Weiner, Billy Name, Connie Beckley, and Ultra Violet. The recordings, which are duplicated on the albums and CDs, feature audio conversations, songs, spoken word performances, and sound experiments from various contributors along with a recording from Ivan Karp. A wonderful set in its most limited edition, and with an additional Signature from Dylan. .
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