Andy Warhol's Interview magazine may have launched as underground film journal, but its irreverent approach made it one of the most ionic publications of the century. Fifty years after its founding, legendary icons talents reflect on the stories and moments that collectively tell the history of American culture SELLING POINTS: A dive into the extraodinary archives of Interview magazine, the book is a composition of photography of the publication's most iconic stories as printed by decade Introduction by Bob Colacello, Essays by Andre Leon Talley, Tama Janowitz, Shelley Wanger, Stephen Moolalem, Christopher Bollen, Nick Haramis Chronicales the magazine's most iconic stories and contributors, collectively telling the history of American culture decade by decade Key People included Bob Colacello, Nick Haramis, Chris Bollen, Fran Lebowitz, Kate Moss, Marisa Berenson 975 illustrations neon hardcover in a luxury neon slipcase



ISBN: 9781614288558
Audience: General
Format: Hardback
Number of Pages: 364
Publication Date: 30 Sep 2019
Publisher: Assouline
Publication City, Country: United States


Author Biography

Bob Colacello was born and raised in New York and is a graduate of Georgetown University School of Foregin Service (1969), and Columbia University Graduate School of the Arts (1971). Prior to graduating, he was hired to run Andy Warhol's Interview magazine. Mr. Colacello held the position for thirteen years and became one of the artist's closest creative collaborators. His memoir of that period, Holy Terror: Andy Warhol Up Close, has been widely acclaimed as the best book on the Pope of Pop, and a book of his columns from the magazine, Bob Colacello's OUT, was published in 2007. Following his time with Interview, Colacello was under exclusive contract to Vanity Fair, writing investigative pieces on cultural, socials and political subjects. In 2017, he curated his first show at the Vito Schnabel Gallery in St. Moritz Switzerland and has since curated exhibitions in New York and around the globe.

Interview Magazine: 50 Years

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