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April 2015

Aamito Lagum

The winner of Africa's Next Top Model now Looks to take on the rest of the world.

The Rose-Gold Standard

Pressed bronzers and glowing balms make a strong case for an illuminating summer.

Soundclouds of the Underground

This week, instead of focusing on a specific genre, we hone in on those two words that can mean so much: "I'm sorry."

Discovery: Bully

After the band's music quickly spread by word of mouth throughout Nashville, Bully picked up opening slots for Superchunk, Best Coast, and Cloud Nothings.

The Track
Of The Week

Exclusive Track Premiere: 'Sparrow,' Eskimeaux

Casting Call: The Entity

riginally released in 1983, The Entity follows Carla Moran, a single mother who claims to have been sexually assaulted by a poltergeist.

The Truth About Spandau Ballet

Spandau Ballet are waiting in the funky lobby of the Ludlow Hotel on the Lower East Side, a team of five good-looking, nattily-attired men with George Hencken, the director of their new documentary, Soul Boys of the Western World.

Frank Dillane

Two nights before I meet Frank Dillane in a London café, he fell on a wine glass, resulting in nine stitches across his palm. A girl has already written hate on the bandage.

Beyond The Margiela Myth

At just under 12 minutes long, Alison Chernick's new short The Artist is Absent is a crash-course introduction to the world of Margiela.

Other Features


Interview's Talent Show: Race Imboden



Sam Shepard

The Pulitzer prize-winning playwright and Oscar-nominated actor still drives cross country to most of his film sets, still raps out with his former girlfriend and best friend Patti Smith, still writes some of the best American fiction, and still acts with all the power of his Days of Heaven and The Right Stuff youth—maybe more so, according to him.

Other Features

Mama Dearest

Jamie Brickhouse went from being the mama's boy who could do no wrong to the hard-drinking sleep-about who could barely stand up.

In Search of Karl Ove Knausgaard

"I never thought about my life when I was writing My Struggle," Norweigan author Karl Ove Knausgaard says.

New Again: David Hare

Skylight is one of the 2015 Tony Award nominees, so here we revisit an inteview with the play's original British director, David Hare.

Armchair Traveler: On Wheels

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.    

Mozart for the Modern Age

In addition to three major solo shows this year, Frances Stark is one of five finalists for the Absolut Art Award and if she wins, she will receive a budget of 100,000 Euro to realize her dream project—a rendering of Mozart's The Magic Flute.

Atemporal Art

Co-owned by Jonathan D'Agostino and Beth Fiore, the new gallery D&F officially opened this past weekend, but has been hosting pop-up events with attendees including Genesis P-Orridge, Matthew Barney, and Elizabeth Peyton.

10 Picks from Art Brussels 2015

Now in its 33rd year, Art Brussels showcases 200 galleries, only nine percent of which are from the United States.

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.


Premieres and After-Parties at the Tribeca Film Festival 2015

April 24, 2015 @ Almond, Tutto Il Giorno, Jimmy at the James, and The Jane Hotel NYC

Max Mara Celebrates the Opening of the New Whitney Museum of American Art

April 24, 2015 @ The Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC

The 2015 Brooklyn Artists Ball

April 15, 2015 @ The Brooklyn Museum, NYC