Glass House – NOWNESS

Having featured work in Harper’s Bazaar, Life, French Vogue, and French Elle, British photographer David McCabe steps back in time to one of his most memorable commissions—photographing a year in the life of Andy Warhol.

In this Matthew Placek-directed film, McCabe traveled to Connecticut to revisit the iconic modernist glass house of American architect Philip Johnson, an escapist home for Andy Warhol and other visionary twentieth-century artists taking a break from the hubbub of New York City.

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