According to his rejected New York Times op-ed.
Shine bright like a Hollywood diamond.
The museum has amended its lease with the city amid two lawsuits.
"People like Banksy because other people have liked Banksy."
No public piece today.
A crowd gathered on the Upper West Side and the scene got a little wild.
Few artists have brought play, presence, magnitude, hostility, and pleasure into such close proximity.
But "nobody's a bigger supporter of the arts than I am."
When artists sign with one of the four giants, something happens to their work—and it’s often not good.
How do you make a movie, anyway?
"It's everywhere, and it all looks the same."
His third Selby book will be released in March.
The East Village art-scene pioneer and indie-movie icon takes Vulture on a walking tour through a lost world.
"It looks like the rinky-dink work of some bottoming-out artist."
"One second I'm a Koons, then suddenly the Koons is me."
Safe, fake transgression is all over Chelsea these days. And then there’s Bjarne Melgaard.