The first in a series of live and online auctions to raise funds for the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts has taken in over $17 million.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has mounted a new exhibition called, “Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years,” featuring Warhol’s own work alongside that of other artists who have reinterpreted or responded to it.
Andy Warhol’s “Double Elvis” sold Wednesday for $37 million and works by Roy Lichtenstein and Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei broke their own records at Sotheby’s contemporary art sale.
Some 250 lots of artwork, books, furniture, memorabilia and more that restaurateur Elaine Kaufman acquired over a lifetime will be auctioned off Tuesday at Doyle Auction House.
Maybe you couldn’t sit at table number one at the famed restaurant in it’s heyday, but now you can. That table and four chairs are among the over 200 items from the Upper East Side watering hole that will hit the auction block next month.
A historic New York city church that was converted into a notorious nightclub and converted again into a mall is getting yet another makeover.
Authorities are ramping up their effort to solve a Manhattan mystery: Who drilled a hole into the home of a beef fortune heir and stole a collection of iconic artworks by Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol?
The New York City Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in the theft of several renowned pieces of artwork from a Greenwich Village apartment last month.
The 1883 building has offered short and long-term shelter for some of the world’s most celebrated artists including Bob Dylan, Andy Warhol, Arthur Miller and Eugene O’Neil.