Few people, as they sing along with Lou Reed's “Walk on the Wild Side”, would recognise the life of a transgender Puerto Rican woman. As Reed sang: “Holly came from Miami, F-L-A / Hitchhiked her way across the USA / Plucked her eyebrows on the way / Shaved her legs and then he was a she / She says, 'Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side.'”
Untitled (New York City), 1968 broke a new record for Twombly at the Contemporary Art Evening sale
The eye-watering amount the rapper is shelling out for his fiancée to appear camera-ready at his concerts
Either the Warhols or the radiators had to go – fashion designer and contemporary-art collector Raimund Berthold never had an easier decision to make, says Holly Williams
Binky regrets sleeping with Andy, Jamie gets in everyone's way and Francis finds out Sophia and Proudlock have split up
'I've always loved fire. But it does get out of control at times...'
Two new make-up collections celebrate Andy Warhol and Marilyn Monroe. Get ready for your close-up, says Rebecca Gonsalves
If the work doesn't grab you, there's always the bin ...
Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat, who died on 18 February at the age of 90, built a billion-dollar fortune with her late husband's Argentine cement companies and became a leading art collector.
The Art of Monarchy on Radio 4 began with a small black-and-white photograph. In it was a two-year-old girl standing in front of a large ivy-smothered house and staring daggers at the camera. In the background an elderly lady, whom you presumed to be her grandmother, looked benignly on. The date was 1927, the girl was Princess Elizabeth, and the photographer was her father Bertie, the future King George VI.
Spot the difference
Three decades after his series Ten Portraits of Jews of the 20th Century caused a critical backlash, the work is exhibited in the UK
A London-based film-maker is suing the Andy Warhol Foundation for failing to authenticate an alleged self-portrait
A collection of Andy Warhol paintings valued in the millions of dollars has been stolen from the home of a Los Angeles businessman, police said yesterday.
We may mock them, but their terror of death and sickness can be a debilitating condition in itself. Brian Dillon unravels the tortuous connections between real and imagined illness through the lives of some of the afflicted
A grainy look at Factory life