The "Crazy Rich Asians" writer has dedicated his fourth novel, "Sex and Vanity," to two unique destinations: New York City and the Italian island of Capri.
A look back with his friend, Princess Gloria von Thurn und Taxis.
The founder of "rectal realism" has made art with his butt cheeks, fake blood, and now, the morning light.
Try these self-help tricks at home.
From the A24 prop auction to Christie's Andy Warhol collection, we rounded up the New York-iest ways to give back to the city.
The photographer stokes our nostalgia for 1980s New York with shots of Robert Mapplethorpe, Keith Haring, Jean-Michael Basquiat, and more members of the downtown pantheon.
by Harry Brant
The artist revisits his zany hand-painted work in the era of Haring and Basquiat, from his pet vacuum to the Palladium pay phones.
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.
An absolutely true story straight from the man who is all work, all play, and never a dull boy.
by Nick Haramis
For the 50th anniversary issue of Interview Magazine, we're looking into the future while paying homage to Interview's iconic past.
The youngest Oscar winner in history reminisces about Michael Jackson, Richard Burton, and Studio 54.
by Ben Barna
The photographer doesn't just show us a life in black-and-white, but a life in Warhol.
With Sabet's debut spoken word album "Catalyst," produced by Page, the couple talks how they met, meeting Lou Reed, and paying to produce your own work.
Interview investigates a rumor of bad blood going back sixty years between Hollywood's two iconic leading ladies.
The artist moves his gaze indoors to depict the spaces loved and lived-in by some of his greatest influences.