Bob Dylan in the dark, The Factory NYC, 1965

Nat Finkelstein (1933 - 2009) was a successful mainstream photojournalist who joined Andy Warhol's Silver Factory in 1964, creating some of the most iconic images of the era. Following a warrant for Finkelstein's arrest, he lived as a fugitive for the next decade before returning to New York in 1982. Throughout his life and career he remained steadfast in his vision: emerging art and music, the expansion of consciousness, and freedom of expression.

Nat Finkelstein

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