Art collector James Hedges shows us some of Warhol's most candid photos from a new Los Angeles exhibit at Casa Perfect, from Farrah Fawcett sitting in the Factory to Blondie at a downtown benefit.
The Jamaican novelist returns with an utterly bewitching mythic epic adventure that unearths the folklore of sub-Saharan Africa.
With a new collection of digital fashion, Spanish digital artist duo Pinar & Viola are defining a different kind of sex appeal.
Elevation 1049 unleashed the landscape-altering work of radical artists and performers, from Doug Aitken to Marianne Vitale, throughout the snowy enclave.
In 1977, Glenn O'Brien interviewed the boss, Andy Warhol, who had something to say for everything from Twinkies to As The World Turns.
For the past decade, Candy has been the brightest star in the world of transgender fashion and photography. We spoke with the magazine's founder, publisher, and creative-everything, Luis Venegas about his fabulous run.
As a new Guggenheim retrospective of Mapplethorpe's career works opens this week, the artist Jack Walls revisits his days living with the legendary photographer.
In her new book 'Showcaller,' the photographer Talia Chetrit showcases a career spent playing mind games on the viewer.
Talking with the British artist who traced the Joy Division frontman's house on 77 Barton Street
by Ishmael Reed
Ahead of the designer's newest exhibition at London's Serpentine Gallery, she spoke author Ishmael Reed about fashion ritual and the other side of 'Hamilton.'
In honor of Margaret Kilgallen's first posthumous museum exhibit at the Aspen Art Museum, Ed and Deanna Templeton tell us about their relationship with Margaret, and her lasting legacy in the art world and beyond.
For our series "Dear Andy," we spoke with New York City artists working in the art world that Andy Warhol shaped.
by Laura Albert
Puppies Puppies' creator, Jade Kuriki Olivo, embraces her identity as a Latinx trans woman and the full complications of making art in difficult times.