• Interview Magazine Closes

    27 days ago - By 10 magazine

    Andy Warhol believed that people should live in outer space. He told Glenn O'Brien so in 1977. “Oh yeah, I think that would be really great,” he told Glenn (future Editorial Director of Interview come 2008). “Would you like to live in outer space?” Glenn asked him. “No, I really hate heights. I always like to live on the first floor,” Warhol said. He had created his own outer space, feet firmly on the ground, with Interview Magazine, or as many referred to it, the Crystal Ball of Pop in 1969 alongside British journalist John Wilcock. It was a whirlwind fantasy factory of celebrities...
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  • Interview magazine closes, ending a 50-year survey of Manhattan cool

    Interview magazine closes, ending a 50-year survey of Manhattan cool

    27 days ago - By The Guardian

    Magazine founded by Andy Warhol closes after months of turmoil, including a lawsuit brought over back pay and the resignation of a fashion director accused of sexual misconduct Interview magazine, the famous art, fashion, entertainment and pop culture journal of downtown New York founded by Andy Warhol in 1969, has closed down, according to company sources. The magazine was owned by Peter Brant, a billionaire art collector, who acquired the magazine in 1989. Its closure comes after months of turmoil, including staff being locked out as part of rent dispute, a lawsuit brought by a former...
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