Andy Warhol

2.4.19

Jørgen Leths Warhol-film var det bedste ved årets Super Bowl

Burger King-reklame brugte klip fra film, hvor den danske instruktør får Andy Warhol til at spise en hamburger.

8.20.18

Den her video med Iggy Pop, der spiser en burger, er en hyldest til Jørgen Leth

Har man set nogen gå så metodisk til værks på en fastfoodklassiker før?

7.27.18

Calvin Klein laver undertøj med Andy Warhols billeder af nøgne mennesker

Nu har du endelig råd til et Andy Warhol-kunstværk.

11.8.17

Jørgen Leth spiser ikke sild på glas

Han forkaster buffet, men elsker det minutiøse i dansk smørrebrød. Vi spiste frokost med Jørgen Leth og snakkede om sild, Haiti, kunst, og hvorfor Andy Warhol skulle have haft en cola til sin burger.

2.3.16

John Cale's 21st Century: Music for a New Society, for a New Society

The Velvet Underground's founder discusses the dramatic rework of his seminal LP 'Music for a New Society,' plus he talks Lou Reed, drugs, God, punk, and much more.

11.16.15

The Last Days of Disco Captured by Photographer Bill Bernstein

A new photo book charts the rise and fall of disco as a crucial moment in history, and the impact the movement had on New York clubland.

Annoncering
11.12.15

Despite Battling Cancer, Warhol Superstar and Trans Pioneer Holly Woodlawn Remains Unstoppable

The Holly from Lou Reed's "Walk on the Wild Side" is ill but in good spirits.

10.7.15

Fifteen Lessons Learned from Grace Jones's Autobiography 'I'll Never Write My Memoirs'

The singer-actress-model-muse recounts her halcyon days, throws shade at her imitators, and proves she's still a provocateur par excellence.

9.28.15

Lou Reed's Life in the Suburbs, 'Transformer,' and the Days after the Velvet Underground

Check out an excerpt from Aidan Levy's new book on the rock legend.

3.22.15

Meet Brent Ray Fraser, the Artist Who Uses His Dick As a Paintbrush

The self-described "artsexual" has painted President Obama, Marilyn Monroe, and his balls.

1.15.15

Jeannette Montgomery Barron Captured the Energy of New York's 80s Art Scene

"You always romanticise the past, but New York really was a place you could live and work as an artist. That's all changed now."

8.14.14

'New York's Most Famous Unknown Artist' Is Now More Important Than Ever

Ray Johnson was the antithesis of disposable culture.

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