Panelists Bob Colacello, Peter Brant, Larry Gagosian, Alberto Mugrabi, Jane Holzer and Aby Rosen share their memories of the Pop Icon, Andy Warhol. His worldwide influence on the art world and insights into Andy’s personal world.
This 1963 work unites two of the most venerated figures of modern times — the King of Rock ’n Roll and the Prince of Pop Art,
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Brisbane Extra story on small businesses features Pascoe Pop Art, turning photos into pop art. www.pascoepopart.com
“Interview Magazine, the fabled publication originally founded by Andy Warhol, is closing up shop.
News that the magazine will fold on Monday trickled out in a series of reports, which were eventually confirmed by staff members on Twitter.
“After 10 months at my dream job at @InterviewMag, today is sadly my last day as the magazine has closed,” tweeted Trey Taylor, the senior online editor at the magazine.
Ezra Marcus, an editor at Interview, confirmed to CNNMoney in an email that the magazine is “folding both web and print effective immediately.” He said staffers were told at an all-hands meeting on Monday that the company is filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
It’s a painfully familiar story these days for those working in news media, where layoffs, cutbacks and outright closures have become commonplace.
In the case of Interview, it represents the end of an era and a sobering reminder of how once-mighty media institutions have fallen hard.
Meredith Corp., which bought Time Inc., is currently in the process of selling off several of the old company’s iconic brands, including Time Magazine.
Interview was founded by Warhol in 1969, and was bought by the billionaire Peter Brant from the late pop artist’s estate in 1989. The magazine relaunched in 2008 under new editorial leadership.
Earlier this month, the magazine was sued for $600,000 by a former editorial director who claims he wasn’t paid by the magazine.”
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Andy Warhol ( August 6, 1928 – February 22, 1987 ) leading figure in the visual movement known as Pop Art. He is best known for painting Campbell Soup Cans.
Wearing leather chaps and completely covered in glitter, Eric Emerson (b. 1945, died May 28, 1975) sings two songs in Jackie Curtis’ “Vain Victory: the Vicissitudes of the Damned” at La Mama Experimental Theater Club in May 1971 on opening night! Restored from 1/2″ B&W videotape. This was the original counter-culture hit play starring Curtis and Candy Darling, Paul Ambrose, Agosto Machado, et al More to come! For a great tribute to Eric, see magictramps.com website
A song from way back in 1988 and a favorite of an Ex GF – You know who you are!