`Grimace? was the first film by Icelandic artist Erro. Produced over several years between 1962 and 1967, it shows the faces of over a hundred artists, gallery owners and critics grimacing to his camera. Testimony to the astute networking of the artist following his first trip to New York, the film includes the likes of Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray, Alexandre Iolas and, of course, Andy Warhol. The Pop Art scene that prevailed in New York at the time had a profound impact on the young artist and influenced his work a great deal since.