A new paper in the Oxford Art Journal examines the significance of a newly discovered recoding of Andy Warhol's famous 1963 interview with Gene Swenson, published in ARTnews under the heading 'What is Pop Art?' The printed interview omitted a large part of the recording, which actually starts with the question 'What do you say about homosexuals?' Warhol's early and explicit on-the-record statements about Pop's relationship to homosexuality were suppressed from publication.
- Oxford Art Journal
- Smart Family Foundation Fellowship from The University of Chicago, fellowships from the Smithsonian Archives of American Art and the Terra Foundation for American Art