Andy Warhol, Camp, 1965 (still); image courtesy The Andy Warhol Museum

Camp (1965), Vinyl (1965), and My Hustler (1965)

Related Exhibition Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again
Part of Films by Andy Warhol

Phyllis Wattis Theater, Floor 1

Free and open to the public. First come, first served.

1 p.m. Camp, 1965, 16mm, 67 min

2:30 p.m. Vinyl, 1965, 16mm, 66 min

4 p.m. My Hustler, 1965, 16mm, 67 min

This series of experimental films flouted widespread taboos around sexuality and queer life outside the underground world of places like Warhol’s Factory. Camp depicts a variety show of songs, poems, and dances featuring drag performer (and Warhol film regular) Mario Montez, dancer Paul Swan, and others. Vinyl explores sadomasochism in scenarios tenuously based on Anthony Burgess’s A Clockwork Orange (preceding Stanley Kubrick’s 1971 feature). Set on Fire Island, My Hustler depicts competition over the affections of a young male hustler among a straight woman, a former male hustler, and the man who hired him in the first place.

All films screen courtesy Museum of Modern Art Circulating Film and Video Library.