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CONTACT WARHOL — PHOTOGRAPHY WITHOUT END

Drawing from over 130,000 photographic images taken by Andy Warhol and his entourage over the last decade of the artist’s life, CONTACT WARHOL—PHOTOGRAPHY WITHOUT END, at Stanford University, presents a backstage view of Warhol’s working and social life from 1976 to 1987.* CONTACT WARHOL—PHOTOGRAPHY WITHOUT END Through January 6. Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University, 328 […]

SUSANNE BARTSCH ON TOP

“Bartsch picked up where Warhol left off.” — RuPaul History is made at night. In her capacity as party-throwing club-kid den mother and AIDS fundraiser par excellence, Susanne Bartsch provided a sanctuary of free expression for those pushed to society’s margins while engaging in what Ingrid Sischy called “the most serious political action of our […]

DIRTY LOOKS ON LOCATION

“I was the male lead. But I was completely unaware of what MY HUSTLER was all about. They didn’t tell me. I was on LSD the whole time, and I thought I was just going through some practice motions. “It was shot in one day, and though we wanted to go back to Fire Island to finish […]

CALVIN KLEIN IN BASEL

At Design Miami/Basel, Calvin Klein and its chief creative officer Raf Simons collaborated with Cassina to showcase a limited edition of Feltri chairs—originally designed in 1987 by Gaetano Pesce—upholstered in an American quilting motif, set around a barn papered with images of AndyWarhol’s Electric Chair. Armchairs numbered 1–50 will be available for purchase at the fair, […]

BASQUIAT LIVE

“Little Cinema at the Brooklyn Museum presents an immersive screening of the biographical drama BASQUIAT (Julian Schnabel, 1996), featuring live music accompaniment by Brian Kelly, dance performances by The Love Show, and interludes of video remixing by Little Cinema’s founder and creative director Jay Rinsky (Chnnls).”*   BASQUIAT, Thursday, March 8, at 7 pm. CANTOR AUDITORIUM, BROOKLYN MUSEUM, […]

ERIC MITCHELL’S KIDNAPPED

Preserved by Anthology Film Archives, with support from the National Film Preservation Foundation and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, KIDNAPPED—Eric Mitchell’s 1978 remake of Warhol’s Vinyl—is a downtown saga starring Anya Phillips, Patti Astor, Duncan Smith, Gordon Stevenson, and the director, and screens in conjunction with the MoMA exhibition CLUB 57: FILM, PERFORMANCE, AND […]

MICHEL AUDER IN MUNICH

Michel Auder’s film 1967—made up of otherwise unused footage from that year—screens as part of the POP PICTURES PEOPLE exhibition at Museum Brandhorst in Munich.   1967—POP PICTURES PEOPLE. MUSEUM BRANDHORST, Theresienstrasse 35a, Munich. museum-brandhorst.de/en/exhibitions/pop-pictures-people See Auder’s 2009 interview with Adam Klappholz: interviewmagazine.com/film/auder-feature officebaroque.com/artists/20/michel-auder Top: Paul Morrissey (left), Michel Auder, and Andy Warhol. Bottom: Michel Auder, […]