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May 2015

The Genesis of Hunrod

Michèle Lamy and Loree Rodkin first met in Los Angeles in 1979.

Ben Gorham

As the founder of fragrance house Byredo propels his brand further outward, he keeps it rooted in his imaginative vision.

Where She Belongs

Andreya Triana released her debut album, Lost Where I Belong, in 2010, and since then she's worked to find her path, resulting in the release of her sophomore effort, Giants.

Discovery: Milk & Bone

Beginning with drafted melodies written on a ukelele, Milk & Bone's finished music ranges from upbeat electro-pop to smooth and languid R&B-tinged tracks.

The Track
Of The Week

Exclusive Track Premiere: 'Half Awake,' Porcelain Raft

How Caren Pistorius Won the West

It isn't until the tail end of Slow West, John Maclean's visually arresting Western fable, that a woman really comes into her own.

Tannaz Hazemi, from Iran to Cannes

"I was born the week of the American hostage crisis in Tehran," explains writer-director Tannaz Hazemi.

Lev Kalman and Whitney Horn

The opening of Whitney Horn and Lev Kalman's L for Leisure could have been lifted from a VHS tape of a well-remembered Southern California vacation.

Ester Dean's EGOT Future

Ester Dean is one of a handful of elite pop songwriters dominating America's Top 40. In 2011, she began acting with voice-over roles in Rio and Ice-Age: Continental Drift. Today, she returns as Cynthia-Rose in Pitch Perfect 2.

Other Features


Idol Worship



Jonah's Arc

As Jonah Ryan, an inept, power-hungry White House liaison on HBO's Veep, actor Timothy Simons is endearingly vile.

Other Features

New Again: Tom Brokaw

Last week, one of America's most trusted, recognizable newsmen, Tom Brokaw, released a memoir, A Lucky Life Interrupted: A Memoir of Hope, that chronicles his battle against blood cancer.

Weekend News Roundup!

Happy Monday! Here's our compendium of pop culture news you may have missed while you were doing more important things over the weekend.

Caitriona Balfe

The star of TV's time-hopping hit outlander is finding her spot in the here and now.

Armchair Traveler: Pixelated

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.  

Critically Thinking

With a pop art aesthetic, Julia Wachtel makes her works contemporary through her engagement with current topics, ranging from Kim, Kanye, and Miley to ISIS, Hillary Clinton, and Kim Jong-un. 

Geometry Lessons with Math Bass

Sculptor, painter, and video artist Math Bass's first museum solo show, "Off the Clock," is now on view at MoMA PS1.

Performing with Pipilotti

Pioneering Swiss-born video artist Pipilotti Rist returned to her musical roots earlier this month with the premiere of a new video at the inaugural edition of the SOLUNA music and arts festival in Dallas, Texas.

Other Features

John Boyega

"The softer the name, the harder the man," states Bambi, the protagonist of Imperial Dreams. Played by young British actor John Boyega, Bambi exemplifies this maxim.


2015 CREATIVE TIME Spring Gala

May 11, 2015 @ St. John the Divine and The Standard East Village, NYC