Also, the director talked about torture stuff some more.
For the past two decades, he's been the most powerful gallerist in the world by a wide margin. Now he’s facing two bruising lawsuits.
There’s a shallow, pandering fecklessness to this pseudo-extravaganza.
If you're in the audience, you may end up onstage.
Run, Run, Run to court.
"We understand that they are generally large parties and are held after usual office hours."
Bill, is it really you under that nose?
“I hope you like it for more than fifteen minutes,” said the artist.
"Andy is in the air we breathe; Liz was in the air he breathed."
The piece was sold at a Sotheby's auction, ten million dollars higher than the expected price
"Dear Mr. Warhol ... "
"He was making amazing paintings right up to the end."
Thirty-two exclusive images.
Yes, you can beat on it for treats.
Who says the art market is dead?
Richard Pettibone, creepy as it may sound, has made a career of appropriating Andy Warhol's art.
"I tried it out with a paintbrush and Pentels. I'd dip one end into rubber latex so you could kind of grip them in a way."
Andy Warhol's tan and grainy portrait of everyone's favorite Terminator/governor — on display with 99 other Warhol Polaroids at the uptown McCaffrey Fine Art gallery through February 23 — captures just the kind of fame Warhol promised his bevy of "superstars": fleeting and shirtless.