This 1968 photo by Bob Broder, taken at Old Tucson, is part of an exhibition opening Saturday at the Eric Firestone Gallery Downtown. Courtesy of Firestone Gallery

The Eric Firestone Gallery will present "Warhol, From Dylan to Duchamp," an exhibition of photography by Nat Finkelstein, Carl Fischer, Michael Tighe, Santi Visalli and others from the Factory and Andy Warhol's Interview magazine.

The exhibit, which opens Saturday and continues through April 11, will include images from 28 photographers of Warhol and others in his orbit.

Some have not been seen before, including a series by Bob Broder, a stringer for The Arizona Republic who took pictures of Warhol at Old Tucson in 1968. Warhol shot scenes there for "Lonesome Cowboys" before he was sent packing to another site, Rancho Linda Vista, near Oracle.

The show's opening reception is Saturday from 6 p.m. to midnight. The gallery is at 403 N. Sixth Ave.

M. Scot Skinner