Malanga was the chief assistant for artist Andy Warhol in the mid-1960s, with whom he founded the magazine Interview in 1969. Malanga was also featured in several of Warhol’s films, collaborated with Warhol on his “Screen Tests” project, and was a member of Warhol’s cross-genre undertaking, “The Exploding Plastic Inevitable.”
Malanga has also published the photography books Good Girls (1994) and Resistance to Memory (1998). He served as the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation’s first photo archivist, and edited a study on the link between photography and voyeurism, Scopophilia: The Love of Looking (1985). With Victor Bockris, Malanga co-authored Up-Tight: The Velvet Underground Story (2003).
He lives in New York City.
Poems By GERARD MALANGA
Articles By GERARD MALANGA
- I’ll Be Your Mirror
Documenting the Factory and rescuing its heroes.