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August 2017

It’s Uncomplicated

The classic tee, elevated into a simple statement piece that's anything but basic.


Tamsin Wilson, the British-born front woman of the Brooklyn-based trio Wilsen, prefers to sing at night.

Exclusive Track Premiere: 'Jump,' Nakaya

Nakaya, a 21-year-old singer-songwriter from New York, sings in a seven-layer dip voice about what she knows best: the joys and tribulations of young love. 

The Track
Of The Week

Nadine Shah

Sean Price Williams

New York-based cinematographer Sean Price Williams has racked up an astonishing 53 film and video credits in the last seven years alone. Williams, who recently turned 40, is known for his lyrical, hallucinatory, and lush images, and his work is frequently called out by critics for his use of light and the way he makes the faces of his subjects glow.

Kyle Mooney and the Charm of Fandom

There is a certain magic to Brigsby Bear, the first movie from co-writers Kyle Mooney and Kevin Costello, directed by their childhood friend Dave McCary. 

History Lessons with Hannah Murray

"I'm really, really proud it," says Hannah Murray over the phone from Los Angeles. It's the week of the Games of Thrones Season Seven premiere, but for now, we are discussing Murray's new film, Detroit, directed by Kathryn Bigelow.

New Again: Steve Buscemi

Cinema's favorite impersonator of eccentrics and gangsters, Steve Buscemi, has a few new films in store, but his past roles never recede far from our mind.

Other Features


Brit Marling



Carolyn Murnick and the Ties that Bind

Carolyn Murnick's darkly beautiful debut memoir, The Hot One (Simon & Schuster), tells the story of her childhood best friend Ashley Ellerin, who was brutally murdered in Los Angeles at only 22 years old. 

Other Features

The Rise and Rise of Ryan Raftery

The downtown chanteur takes on Martha Stewart in a new musical about the lifestyle mogul’s Shakespearean downfall.

36 Questions and the Future Of Musicals

36 Questions, the new musical podcast written and composed by Chamber Band's Christopher Littler and Ellen Winter, begins with a betrayal. 

Q & Andy: Kathy Bates

In a career that has spanned five decades, the Oscar- and Emmy-winning actress has played a sledgehammer-wielding superfan, an unsinkable early-20th-century broad, and even the ghost of Charlie Sheen.

Artists at Work: Susan Cianciolo

This fall, Susan Cianciolo will unveil two concurrent solo exhibitions; the first, "RUN church, RUN Restaurant, RUN Store," at Stuart Shave/Modern Art in London, and the second, "Susan Cianciolo: RUN PRAYER, RUN CAFÉ, RUN LIBRARY," at Bridget Donahue in New York. 

Armchair Traveler: The Right Angle

The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you'd want to see—if you could jetset from one international hub to the next.

10 Picks from Seattle Art Fair 2017

Tomorrow, the Seattle Art Fair opens its doors for the third time. Our favorite works include a collage by Kurt Cobain, Gisela Colon's sci-fi-esque sculpture, and Lee Wan's installation of 668 ticking clocks.  

Kiki Smith

The American artist has made a career out of brave, visceral, and squirm-inducing poetry that tests the limits of the human body in all of its saintliest and sickliest forms.

Other Features

Tyler The Creator

The L.A.-based collective Odd Future has injected hip-hop with a dose of punk rock, inciting a furor with hardcore rhymes about sex and brutality and cornering the market on millennial angst and agitprop weirdness. Meet the 20-year-old rapper at the center of it all.


Interview and Cadillac Celebrate HORIZON during Marfa Film Festival

July 14, 2017 @ Saint George Hall and Bar Nadar, Hotel Saint George, Marfa, TX

2016 Fashion Awards

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