Looking back at the icon and the people he influenced
The sonic muses of Terry Winters, Lisa Yuskavage, John Chiara, Jaime Hernandez, Demetrius Oliver, and James Casebere
All the cool kids are doing it
Tomorrow, the Museum of Modern Art, in association with WNYC, will screen Empire, Andy Warhol's 1964 continuous shot of the Empire State Building, which plays silently and slowed-down for more than eight hours. A few New York culture mavens, including the blog Hyperallergic, WNYC and ARTnews Magazin ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. June 13, 1968, Vol. XIII, No. 35 Two Minutes to Midnight: The Very Last Hurrah by Pete Hamill LOS ANGELES -- It was, of course, two minutes to midnight an the Embassy Room of the Ambassador Hotel was rowdy with triumph. Red and blue ba ... More >>
Poland's finest annual fete heads to NYC
The Pixies, their generation's nostalgia-pimping gold standard. Photo by Jared GruenwaldIn this week's Village Voice, Rob Harvilla goes in for some belated nostalgia with the Pixies and Doolittle, Drew Hinshaw compares sexual pervert artistes R. Kelly and Devendra Banhart, Jason Buhrmester re ... More >>
Julie Christie in 'Darling'Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. February 10, 1966, Vol. XI, No. 17 Films By Andrew Sarris The Second Annual Village Voice Readers' 10-best poll, held this year in conjunction with my Films in Focus program on WBAI, received entries from a ... More >>
Andy Warhol is still our mirror
This $26 Warhol spotted in the front window of 4th Avenue's Dryden Gallery ("gallery" = "place to get finished jigsaw puzzles framed") "The idea of waiting for something makes it more exciting--Andy Warhol" With all due respect Mr. Andy "bananas B-A-N-A-N-A-S" Warhol, the idea of waiting for s ... More >>
Exhibition explores transition of canvas to camera
An exhibit where beauty is in the eye of the beholder
Searching for a lost relative in Warhol's Factory
A quickspin through New York nightlife's trendsetting hall of fame
Whitney's series lacks focus; Anthology's got it
Epic doc traces an intellectual history of Warhol
From the Beats to Civil Rights, Lenny Bruce to Warhol's Factory . . .
The last flowering of socialist realism, or, 'Look into the far distance with confidence!'
Warhol as soap star in Steven Watson's fresh factory history
Statements and Strategies: Young Artists Negotiate Their Entry Into the Gallery Scene
Who's the Villain? Whos the Saint?
I'll Be Your Mirror
People Who Need People
A Nose for the City