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12-06-2006
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which one of the factory girls is Becks mom?

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becs mom?? I didn't know his mom was a factory girl. Does anyone have any pics of Uma Thermon's mom...I forgot her name, but she looks very beautiful and stylish...she was in the black and white footage in Ciao Manhattan.

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Yeah Weezer definitely isn't the best choice in the world. But I don't know what band today could play the Velvets...maybe a more "indie" band. I heard that Lou Reed isn't the happiest person in the world about the movie. And the chick playing Nico is a definite stretch as well.

Im beginning to think that this movie is going to be a total joke.

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becs mom?? I didn't know his mom was a factory girl. Does anyone have any pics of Uma Thermon's mom...I forgot her name, but she looks very beautiful and stylish...she was in the black and white footage in Ciao Manhattan.
Bibbe Hansen is Beck's mom, her father is the artist Al Hansen, she was in some Warhol movies.

Uma Thermon's mother in Nena von Schlebrugge/Thurman

Bibbe (right)

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O wow, I just found this thread! Amazing pictures you guys have found.

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Bibbe Hansen is Beck's mom, her father is the artist Al Hansen, she was in some Warhol movies.home.att.net
Wow, I didn't know that! I always learn new stuff on tfs.

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^True!Thurman's mom really looks like her.

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Nico is just too GORGEOUS in that first photo in post#44....WOW!!!!! The actress playing her in the factory girl film does NOT even come close!!!!!!!

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thankyou so much whitelinen your so lushious, your the sweet person on here for sure for posting all these gorgeous pictures xx

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Nico and Warhol
Nico and Edie are my favorites from the Factory


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Nico and Andy with Mary Woronov - 1966

Later in the year, minus Sedgwick and plus Ingrid Superstar and Mary Woronov, and now going under the name of "The Exploding Plastic Inevitable," the troupe began a residency at the Dom, a Polish dance hall on St. Mark's Place. All published accounts suggest that they created an atmosphere of single-minded decadence utterly new to rock. The light shows and Malanga's whip-dancing would no doubt look naive now, but we have the evidence of The Velvet Underground and Nico, the group's first LP, released in the spring of 1967, to attest to the lasting dramatic potency of the music, although nothing other than the grainy, bleached-out black and white of Factory home movies and stills can reveal to us the sight of the pale European ice goddess fronting the sullen black-clad combo.







THE ANDY WARHOL FACTORY - NYC, 1969

Nico is the first on the extreme left, first row.







Nico & Warhol - publicity shot for Chelsea Girls

Photo credits: From Richard Witts book "NICO:The Life & Lies of an Icon" (1993).








Nico and The Factory

"Andy decided to throw Nico into the act because the Velvets themselves were not very charismatic on stage, and Andy wanted a spotlight on someone. So Andy threw her in on the act against the wishes of the Velvets, actually." - Gerard Malanga








With Warhol - 1967








Clockwise from top: Andy Warhol, Lou Reed, John Cale, Nico, Maureen Tucker, Mary Woronov, Sterling Morrison, Gerard Malanga, Ari (Nico's son) - Photo by Billy Name








Andy Warhol and Ari Boulogne, Nico's son








Nico & Andy at The Factory for "Chelsea Girl" - 1967

Within months her liaison with Andy Warhol bore stranger fruit. She had already starred in one of his films, Chelsea Girls, and was singing as a solo act at the Blue Angel on East 55th Street in New York when he suggested that she join the Velvet Underground, the new avant-garde rock group in which he had taken an interest. The Velvets were to be part of a multi-media troupe consisting of Factory denizens which made its debut at the Film-Makers' Cinémathèque in the 41st Street Theatre in February 1966. The show was titled "Andy Warhol, Up-tight", and consisted of films by Warhol, music by the Velvets and Nico, dancing by the actress Edie Minturn Sedgwick and Gerard Malanga, lights by Danny Williams and slide projections by Paul Morrissey.








4th December 1966 American artist Andy Warhol holds Ari







Nico and Andy 1986


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Andy and Nico dress as Batman & Robin













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These aren't all factory pics, but they are all Warhol

Bianca Jagger & Andy

Sgt. Pepper Lonely Heart Club Band On The Road Opening and Party at Studio 54 - Photo courtesy of Ron Galella








Andy Warhol and Members of the Factory (1969)

(photo: Cecil Beaton) (Note: The woman standing next to Eric Emerson was pregnant with Eric's daughter when this photograph was taken. Eric asked Warhol if he wanted to film the birth, but Warhol declined.)







w Candy Darling, Fiddler on the Roof premiere, NYC '71 November






In Positano in 1973

l-r: Susan Johnson, Bianca and Mick, Fred Hughes and Jed Johnson (holding Jade Jagger); No party was complete with Andy. - Photo courtesy of Paul Morrissey








Where the stars were no body because everybody's a star

At Studio 54 in 1979 with l-r Lorna Luft, Jerry Hall, Debbie Harry, Truman Capote, and Paloma Picasso. - Photo courtesy of Anton Perich







Jerry, Andy Warhol, Debbie Harry & Truman Capote, Studio 54






Andy & Bianca at the White House

Andy Warhol takes a photograph of Jack Ford as Bianca Jagger looks on. The three met on the balcony off the White House residence. July 2, 1975.







Warhols Sharing a Kiss with Salvador Dali







Warhols Shares a Kiss with John Lennon








Andy Warhol & Debbie Harry







Andy Warhol and Mick Jagger


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Andy with Jerry Hall






w Baby Jane Holzer, AIDS Walk-A-Thon, 1986 Fall






With some members of the Factory







w/ Irving Blum, Billy Al Bengston & Dennis Hopper - 1963



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Edie at the Factory - 1964

l-r: John Palmer, Carol James, Gerard Malanga, Marisa Berenson and Edie. Jane Holzer: "It was getting very scary at the Factory. There were too many crazy people around who were stoned and using too many drugs. They had some laughing gas that everybody was sniffing. The whole thing freaked me out, and I figured it was becoming too faggy and sick and druggy. I couldn't take it. Edie had arrived, but she was very happy to put up with that sort of ambience."; Danny Fields: "Edie fit wonderfully into all this. What was great about her was that she was attracted to the most brilliant and crazy people - Ondine, Chuck and Andy. She was really a poet's lady. Most of these people were probably gay, but they were seriously in love with her. She was very beautiful, which anyone can respond to. And she made them feel like men. She would come on helpless, which brought out their strengths." - Photo courtesy of Stephen Shore

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