The Unseen Photos of Andy Warhol: Photo Booths, Bare Butts, and A Sewing Machine
January 13, 2020
A new exhibit at Jack Shainman Gallery in Chelsea confirms that the artist has always been ahead of his time, and seems to be ahead of ours, too.
Cruising With Lisa Love and Andy Warhol
June 14, 2019
Lisa Love reflects on her time driving Andy Warhol in Los Angeles, from The Beverly Hills Hotel to the Chateau Marmont, with a stop at Cher’s.
The Time Andy Warhol Saw the World in Black-and-White
February 20, 2019
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.
September 16, 2015
If we are indebted to anyone for the constant refreshing, the constant peeping and discussion of celeb selfies, of fabulous lives, and intimate details that find their way into public and private discourse, it’s probably Andy Warhol. And it is probably he, the founder of Interview, whom we have to thank for perfecting Instagram before […]
Andy Warhol’s Interview Interview: Liza Minnelli
October 22, 2014
To celebrate our 45th birthday, the showbiz Hall of Famer puts on her best red dress and belts out the hits with Andy.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Meet Mr. Warhol
May 6, 2013
Among the godfathers of the Surrealism and Dada, the artist, and his wife, Dorthea Tanning, have dinner with Andy Warhol in 1975.
Enraptured: A Look Back at Debbie Harry
September 21, 2012
As lead singer of the New York new-wave punk group Blondie, Debbie Harry has many claims to fame—she is one of the few women in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, one of the first pop singers to incorporate rap with her song “Rapture” (in the words of “Fab Five Freddy” Fred Braithwaite, Harry “introduced the idea of rapping to the mainstream public. She whet the palate”) and, somehow, made a disco song, “Heart of Glass,” into an ageless classic.