Andy Warhol


Unseen Photos Chronicle the Complex Friendship of Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat

The upcoming book 'Warhol on Basquiat' offers a fascinating look at the lives of two modern art icons.


Juicy Stories About What Andy Warhol Was Really Like

"Andy seemed to be floating through space. He had this magical energy and looked like nobody else."


Jill Freedman Tells Us How She Got to Photograph Warhol and Muhammad Ali

From Studio 54 to the South of France, Jill Freedman found unconventional ways to photograph the world's most famous faces.


Seven Pieces of Priceless Art People Ruined in 2017

This is why we can't have nice things.


Drunk Woman Allegedly Destroyed Trump Fundraiser's Warhol Art on First Date

A Dallas court reporter allegedly caused $300,000 in damage after tearing down some Andy Warhol paintings and pouring wine all over them.


Maurizio Cattelan Is One of Art’s Greatest Mysteries

The renowned artist is as enigmatic as his controversial work.


Poppy is the Internet's Biggest New Popstar, But Is She Actually Real?

If you've spent any meaningful time down the digital rabbit hole recently, you'll be aware of two simple words: "I'm Poppy."


Danny Fields Is the Music Industry Wild Man You’ve Never Heard Of

He devastated The Beatles with a headline, gave the world the Ramones, and caused mischief throughout the 60s and 70s. With Danny it was always right place, right time, all the time.


Andy Warhol Wanted Lou Reed to Be His 'Mickey Mouse'

The authors of Please Kill Me talked with Warhol's "boy," Billy Name, a key figure in the 60s art scene who built the Factory, as well as witnessed the rise of Edie Sedgwick, the Velvet Underground's breakup, and the time Warhol was almost...


Sipping and Spilling Tea with RuPaul

America's favorite drag superstar reads the gay community, Hollywood's capitalist core, and his own legacy.


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.


The Comeback Kid: Michael Alig’s Return to New York Nightlife

The city’s most notorious party promoter built a career on going too far—then ended up in jail for manslaughter. Now that he’s served his time, will a new generation of clubbers welcome him home?