Artists in New York City pictured April 23, 1985 at Mr. Chow restaurant from top left: Michael Heizer, David Hockney, Leroy Nieman, Dennis Oppenheim, Stefano, Bill Wegman, John Chamberlain, Andy Warhol, Julian Schnabel, Armand Arman, Alex Katz, Keith Haring, Kenny Scharf, Tony Shafrazi, Red Grooms, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Francesco Clemente, Robert MappleThorpe, Ronnie Cutrone, Sandro Chia. Plus: Nam June Paik, Jennifer Barlett, Jack Goldstein, Jenny Holzer, Barbara Kruger, Les Levine, Sol Lewitt, Marisol, Peter Max, Meredith Monk, Larry Rivers, Survival Research Labs (Mark Pauline, Mat Heckert, Eric Berner), Mark van den Broek, Tom Wesselman and Greer Langton.
Ooooh!!! Okay! I’d love to share my faves with you guys!
First off… My favorite song is…
Band On The Run | Paul McCartney & Wings ❤
The Words | Christina Perri
The entire OST to Wonder Woman (I’ve had it repeat the last 3 days…)
Comic Books | Emmy The Great
LaLa Land OST
What Up | Emmy The Great
Sustain | The Enemies
Let’s Go Crazy | Prince & The Revolution
Rocket Man | Elton John
My Love | Paul McCartney & Wings
Rose | OST to Titanic (I want this to be my wedding song hehe)
Do You Want To Know A Secret | The Beatles
Powerful Magic | OUAT Musical Episode
Suit & Tie | Justin Timberlake
You’re Not Alone | Meredith Andrews
The River Of Dreams | Billy Joel
Bringing Sexy Back | Justin Timberlake (Will always love this song haha)
Oh my… I could go on for ages…. I have such a wide range of music I love! I obviously love all Disney… hahaha! I am also very big in to music from the 1930′s and 1940′s. Gene Kelly, Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Rosemary Clooney… I just love it all! But those up there are songs I usually play very often!
When you’re under eighteen you have to have three hours of school every day, so we would tell the social worker on the set that we were going to school, and then we’d go into River’s trailer and talk and play, and when she’d come in we’d pick up books and read. I knocked on his door once, and he was reading Siddhartha upside down. But I don’t think it was an accident. I think that he was reading it upside down to see if he could read it backward.