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May 2017

Hayett McCarthy

Born in France and raised in London, Hayett Belarbi McCarthy joined IMG after she was spotted in a pub two years ago. 

Dion Lee at MBFWA Resort 2018

Last week in front of the iconic sails of the Sydney Opera House, Dion Lee opened Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia with his Resort 2018 collection.

Loyle Carner

Loyle Carner, a 22-year-old from South London, is as earnest as they come.

Discovery: Kara Marni

"This is definitely the start of my journey," says 19-year-old musician Kara Marni. 

The Track
Of The Week

Exclusive Track Premiere: 'Signs,' NoMBe

The Sly Poetics of Terry Zwigoff

"I can't relate to 99 percent of humanity," says a character in Terry Zwigoff's perceptive cult film Ghost World (2001). 

Wakefield Poole

In his pursuit to introduce gay pornography to mainstream moviegoers, one experimental filmmaker made it okay for a generation of men to feel good about feeling good.

Alessandro Nivola

A few days ago I found myself in a taxi headed to LaGuardia airport with my good friend Alessandro Nivola. We had agreed to do this interview for Interview, so it seemed the perfect time.

Cate Blanchett, Beyond Character

In Manifesto, Blanchett's latest starring vehicle in which she interprets 12 distinct personae—each one a "conduit" (as she calls them) for the recitation of around 60 spliced-up artist manifestos—her agile shape-shifting becomes the driving force. 

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Francesca Segal’s Modern Families

A blended family is always ripe subject matter for high drama, and in Francesca Segal's riveting and hilarious second novel, The Awkward Age (Random House), multiple conflicts ensue when James and Julia decide to live together in North London.

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January Jones on The Bachelorette

To ring in the thirteenth season of The Bachelorette, we called up one of the show's biggest fans, January Jones, to review the latest crop of men.  

James Ivory

Over his long career, the icon of American cinema defined a style of filmmaking that embraced the burnished heights of society, culture, and sophistication. But James Ivory and his late partner, Ismail Merchant, were also inveterate outsiders whose art was a politically provocative as it was visually mannered. At age 88, the writer-director is still bringing stories to the screen that few others would dare.

Weekend News Roundup!

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

Armchair Traveler: Beach Bound

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.

Six Stories, Twice Retold

At the 57th Venice Biennale's South African Pavilion, Candice Breitz offers a set of stories, ones we're perhaps less inclined to listen to than we'd readily admit. The tales belong to six refugees, and are delivered directly as well as through retellings by Alec Baldwin and Julianne Moore. 

Mai-Thu Perret’s Militia

Somewhere in the desert of New Mexico lies a commune named New Ponderosa Year Zero. It is autonomous, it is comprised entirely of women, and it is imaginary. In fact, it's the invention of Swiss-born artist Mai-Thu Perret. 

Kehinde Wiley

Kehinde Wiley's latest body of work is an ode to community, an embrace of insecurities, and an art historical declaration. 

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Roger Corman

Before the man-eating summer blockbuster, before Sharknado, before aliens and biker psychopaths and knife-wielding babes in skimpy shorts regularly filled our screens, one director, producer, and Hollywood sensationalist defied all odds and mores to transform the 1950s and '60s B-movie into an American work of art.

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Interview and Cadillac Celebrate The Art of Daring

December 2, 2016 @ MAPS Backlot, Miami, FL