The Crystal Ball of Pop
The official instagram account of Interview magazine, founded by Andy Warhol in 1969.
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“It’s this place in the middle of the desert, surrounded by nothingness, where people are making these amazing works of creativity. It’s almost spiritual, not just the artwork but also that desert landscape.” Midnight Commercial on how Marfa, TX inspired #HORIZONmarfa, an immersive art experience using @Cadillac Rear Camera Mirror technology found in the 2017 XT5. #sp
"I find love to be an all-encompassing emotion that I'm most consistently drawn to writing about." Listen exclusively to @nakayamusic's arresting slow jam "Jump" on www.interviewmagazine.com. @petepascucci
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"All you want to do is tell someone, tell a stranger, and you're not doing it because you want someone to give you a like or write you a reply. It's really about knowing that you're not the only one." Confess or be a listener through @GideonsByeBull & @grex's experimental art project #Confession, opening today at @deligallery (or a phone near you). @vsteves
"As an artist, you have to be extremely careful that it does not end up becoming a science exhibit." —Artist, architect, and environmentalist #MayaLin@vsteves
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"A board member invited me to breakfast and said, 'How would you like to be the first living lesbian to have a retrospective at @leslielohmanmuseum?' Of course I said yes, I'm behind the politics of that." In the studio with radical filmmaker @barbarahammer1@jacqharriet
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Happy 80th, #DustinHoffman! Here's a throwback to his 1976 Interview cover story with Lisa Taylor & Beverly Johnson. Illustration #AraGallant.
"I'm an artist, and I'm not well versed in politics, but I'm a member of society and, surely, I'm allowed to comment on the world we live in." @nadineshah's new song #Evil is streaming exclusively on www.interviewmagazine.com @j_romart
"I didn't think I'd ever be able to do movies. That was for serious actors." #fbf to our 1996 feature on #SteveBuscemi, in which he tells us about being a firefighter and stand-up comedian. @mario_sorrenti
"That's what I like about the work: that you have to be there to experience it. If you miss it, you really miss it forever." A conversation with artist @susancianciolo at her Brooklyn studio. @tesslomayer
"My deeply secret favorite movie is Meet Joe Black." #KathyBates answers some of Andy Warhol's favorite questions by @tgs from Interview's August 1991 issue #qandandy#disjointed
"Artworks can change meaning over time. They're not fixed. I often say time is malleable, but the reception of an artwork is malleable too. When the culture changes, the view and the way you see that work, your perspective, changes. It's something that you can't control. It's sort of daunting and intimidating, but at the same time very fascinating." @sanfordbiggers, whose first solo exhibition at @marianneboeskygallery opens next month, to Interview, August 2016. @christianhogstedt
"There were moments where, had the song been performed on stage, that would have been the time to belt it and go balls to the wall and sing for the people in the back. But the people are actually right next to you, so how do you make this a true, emotional moment while not compromising the intimacy of the sound?" @itsellenwinter and @litpic on their new musical podcast @36questionsmusical@ericakashi. Hair @kyo_sud. Makeup @ayaka_nihei
"There was a criticism that stuck with me a little bit, which is that somebody said that I was jumping on a bandwagon by talking about sexuality ... I found that personally quite offensive because it's something that I've been living with and dealing with my whole life, and just because I decided to speak about it now is not me jumping on a bandwagon." @marikahackman@bridgetfleming. Styling @bobette_cohn. Hair @louishair. Makeup @adelesanderson.