Liz, 1965 @ Andy Warhol Estate A few minutes after we arrived, the silver door to the Factory opened and Andy Warhol stepped in to offer us an inanimate handshake. Inside Andy Warhol By Sterling McIlhenny and Peter Ray The following interview with Andy Warhol appeared in the men’s magazine, Cavalier, in 1966. To […]
Andy Warhol’s Race Riot, 1964, is a powerful statement on the historical oppression of African-Americans. On this 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act, it remains as compelling and relevant as ever. Christie’s will offer this painting in its May 13 Post-War + Contemporary auction in New York.
Extended interview with Andy Warhol (1966)
Dollar Sign, circa 1981 By Kenneth Goldsmith, Wayne Kostenbaum and Reva Wolf, excerpt from I’ll Be Your Mirror: The Selected Andy Warhol Interviews From an interview with David Bourdon, 1962-63 WARHOL: Am I really doing anything new? BOURDON: You are doing something new in making exclusive use of second-hand images. In transliterating newspaper or magazine […]
Campbell’s soup cans, drug addicts-turned-celebrities and a Day-Glo Marilyn Monroe: these are some of the groundbreaking images from Andy Warhol’s artistic vision. This program offers the definitive look at the life and creative world of a revolutionary who influenced the 20th century in everything from painting to film to music. Capturing the essence of Warhol’s […]
Jean-Micheal Basquiat This excerpt is from an interview with Andy Warhol, conducted in Warhol’s Factory in 1981, that was originally published in Arts Magazine (October 1981). Barry Blinderman: As a portraitist, what do you feel is most important to express? Andy Warhol: I always try to make the person look good. It’s easier if you […]
“I love Los Angeles. I love Hollywood. They’re beautiful. Everybody’s plastic, but I love plastic. I want to be plastic.” – Andy Warhol Each day during his final decade, the King of Pop Art, Andy Warhol, photographed the celebrities, starlets, and acolytes that he called friends, accumulating tens of thousands of images before his untimely […]
INTERVIEW: Andy Warhol – “An Interview with Andy Warhol – Some Say He’s the Real Mayor of New York” (excerpts) (1977)
By Claire Demers, originally published in Christopher Street, September 1977 Claire Demers: What do you think your influence has been on the New York art scene? Andy Warhol: Gee, I don’t know. I just work all the time. There are so many different styles, you know, different ways of people painting and categories […]
This is from the final episode of State of the Art, a series of documentaries about the visual arts in the 1980s.
Video from the Nelson Gallery’s Open House at our new location at Nelson Hall (the former University Club) on January 15, 2011. Twenty community members gave 5-minute presentations about a work of their choice from American Gothic: Regionalist Portraiture from the Collection. This is Ianna Frisby discussing Andy Warhol’s Polaroids of Maria Shriver, Rhonda Ross, […]
This mini-series takes an in-depth look at the lives and times of the unique people who spent exclusive time with Andy Warhol and worked at the Factory during the silver sixties, making it all click as a new counter-culture arose and began to exert its influence throughout the arts scene in New York. Features never […]
Screen Tests (1964)