Editor and Andy Warhol confidant Bob Colacello unveils an exhibition of his personal photos featuring the era’s biggest names in very private settings
In the 1970s and 1980s, Bob Colacello was never home. The former Interview magazine editor and right-hand man to Andy Warhol was out so much—be it Studio 54 or the White House—that he started a column called “Out,” which traced his party-hopping throughout the night. Now, 170 of his photos are being featured in a solo exhibition, Pictures from Another Time: Photographs by Bob Colacello, 1976–82, opening Thursday night at Vito Schnabel Projects in New York. From Yves Saint Laurent to Leo Castelli, Diane von Furstenberg to Diana Vreeland, it’s a bit of the crème de la crème we wouldn’t otherwise see.