Michel Auder

Michel Auder has lived in New York City since 1970, where he was part of Warhol’s Factory circle and produced his work. His films and videos are documents of times and places: subjective observations by someone who is concerned with his surroundings and the people that play a role in his vicinity. His most well-known work, “Chelsea Girls” with Andy Warhol, which he shot between 1971 and 1976, has become a seminal document of New York City in the '70s. His portraits of individuals, social dynamics, interiors, and shared communal events reflect an intimacy between the artist and his subjects.


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