Andy’s Taxi


“Taxi was from Charleston, South Caroline – a confused, beautiful debutante who’d split with her family and come to New York.  She had a poignantly vacant, vulnerable quality that made her a reflection of everybody’s private fantasies.  Taxi could be anything you wanted her to be – a little girl, a woman, intelligent, dumb, rich, poor – anything.  She was a wonderful, beautiful blank.  The mystique to end all mystiques.” – Excerpt from Andy Warhol’s The Philosophy of Andy Warhol