Christopher Makos


When East Met West: Christopher Makos and Lee Caplin Reflect on Warhol’s Arrival in China

December 9, 2021

“Where’s the McDonald’s?”


Photographer Christopher Makos Isn’t Afraid to Get His (or Your) Hands Dirty

September 8, 2020

The artist shares some exclusive anecdotes on his works from “Dirty,” his upcoming exhibit at Daniel Cooney Fine Art.

Thirstory: Getting Naked with the Towel Boys

April 23, 2020

A 1987 editorial nearly too hot to print.

New Again: O.J. Simpson

March 23, 2016

In 1995, the most publicized criminal trial of all time would forever change the way the world saw one football star and rising on-screen talent: O.J. Simpson.

New Again: Emilio Pucci

March 25, 2015

Last week, Massimo Giorgetti was tapped as the new creative director of Emilio Pucci, so to celebrate the legacy of the fashion house, we revisited a 1974 interview with the original Marchese Emilio Pucci di Barsento.

Georgia O’Keeffe Stays True to Her Vision

November 12, 2014

In her long career, the artist has created her own timeless visual language, a way to treat a viewer to the thoughtful, sensual manner with which she observes and feels the forms and textures around her, especially in nature.

Remembering Oscar de la Renta

October 22, 2014

On Monday, fashion designer Oscar de la Renta passed away at the age of 82.

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.

Tea With The Rolling Stones

March 7, 2012

Back in 1977, Andy Warhol and The Rolling Stones talked dining, competitive orgies, and Bianca Jagger’s skin regimen over a cup of tea.