In each of three successive spaces called the Factory, Andy Warhol created movies, paintings, time capsules and psychosexual dramas with a half-life of many decades. Here his collaborators recall the places, the times and the man.
With 350 pieces, the Warhol retrospective at the Whitney sets aside the icon’s persona and focuses on his art.
A sweeping retrospective shows a personal side of the Pop master — his hopes, fears, faith — and reasserts his power for a new generation.
How the Pop master’s experimentation helped them find their own voice.
His decision to turn the spreadsheet and the publicity machine into artistic mediums has touched artists from Damien Hirst to Banksy.
The Pop artist was famous for hiding behind a smoke screen of hyperbole and outright fibs.
The lineup also features work by Ifeoma Fafunwa and Tania El Khoury. The festival’s director says that the global element is “important now more than ever.”
From ancient Iraq to Warhol at Studio 54, major university museums offer some of the season’s best shows.
Raf Simons, the chief creative officer of Calvin Klein, on art, fashion and admiring “people who have an opinion, even if it’s against me.”