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A Taste of Paradis: Keith Haring, in Conversation With Halston, Warhol, and Philip Johnson

March 23, 2023

“Is it true you were going to make a building in Manhattan with a moat around it?”


Prince Puckers Up for the 35th Anniversary of Parade

March 31, 2021

It’s hard to imagine a world in which the legendary artist didn’t bring us “Kiss.”

Listen to the studio version of Prince’s “Nothing Compares 2 U” for the first time

April 19, 2018

His estate just shared the track, which became a number one hit six years later in the hands of Sinead O’Connor.

Q & Andy: Spike Lee

November 14, 2017

The basketball-loving, feather-ruffling film auteur submits to Warhol’s famous questionnaire.

Marianne Faithfull Speaks ‘Broken English’ with Glenn O’Brien

April 7, 2017

Marianne Faithfull hasn’t had a hit record since As Tears Go By in 1966.

Remembering Prince

April 21, 2016

2016 is quickly becoming the worst year for the history of music.

New Again: Iggy Pop

February 23, 2016

Iggy Pop performed his iconic song “Tonight” as a duet with Sharon Jones on Monday night, just like David Bowie recorded the song with Tina Turner. In honor of the performance and tribute, here we revist an interview from November 1986.

New Again: Patti Smith

October 7, 2015

M Train, Patti Smith’s first literary release since 2010’s beloved Just Kids, comes out this week and this year marks the 40th anniversary of her seminal album Horses. Here we revist the second time the artist was ever featured in Interview.

New Again: Francesco Clemente

August 6, 2014

Neapolitan contemporary artist Francesco Clemente’s oeuvre spans oceans, continents, decades, and media.

Andy Warhol Peers Into Keith Haring’s Special World

August 6, 2013

In this rare look back, the artist and his work maintained their charming innocence as Andy Warhol takes a closer look at a beach house in Montauk.

New Again: Sigourney Weaver

July 9, 2012

Sigourney Weaver is everywhere. This week, Weaver stars in Rodrigo Cortes’ paranormal thriller Red Lights, and has a new show, Political Animals, starting on the USA Network. She’s also about to film a little sequel (to the film Avatar, you may have heard of it), and is in Amy Heckerling’s long-awaited Vamps.