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December 2016

The Secrets of Guinevere Van Seenus

Over the last 20 years, supermodel Guinevere van Seenus has collaborated with the most revered photographers in fashion.

A Visual History of Barneys New York

There is perhaps no retailer as synonymous with New York City as Barneys New York. 

Laura Mvula's Mutations

After her debut album, 2013's Sing to the Moon, Laura Mvula—the classically trained soul singer from Birmingham, England—began fielding comparisons to Nina Simone, Amy Winehouse, and Jill Scott. 

Kevin Abstract

A product of the Texas suburbs, and born of the internet, Kevin Abstract sheds the tough, "cool" posturing of hip-hop in favor of frankness and sincerity. 

On Grief

"Growing up in Melbourne, I was aware of Nick Cave in a sort of peripheral sense," explains director Andrew Dominik of his relationship with the Australian rock icon.

Alia Shawkat

When we first meet Dory, Alia Shawkat's character on the TBS series Search Party, she is directionless and a little depressed. For Shawkat, who also produced Search PartyDory feels like a new leaf.


Cult French director Lucile Hadžihalilović's long-awaited sophomore feature, the twisty-turny body horror thriller Evolution, out this week, repackages pregnancy anxiety in the bellies of adolescent boys. 

Casting Call: Exposure

In 1951, British-born scientist Rosalind Franklin made a discovery that altered the course of human history. It wasn't until long after her 1957 death, however, that Franklin was recognized as one of the discoverers of DNA's helical structures alongside James Watson, Francis Crick, and Maurice Wilkins. 

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Ellington Robinson Unscripted



Birgitte Hjort Sørensen

"When I applied for drama school, the idea of working as a Danish actor outside of Denmark was so foreign to me," explains Birgitte Hjort Sørensen over drinks in New York. "Even though I dreamed about it, I didn't think it would be within my reach."

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The Myth of John Hughes

Jason Diamond's debut memoir Searching for John Hughes (William Morrow) is a funny, quirky, aching coming of age tale. 

New Again: Shelley Duvall

Two weeks ago on Dr. Phil, Shelley Duvall made her first public appearance since retiring in 2002, and revealed that she has a mental illness, leaving audiences baffled and concerned. 

Weekend News Roundup!

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

‘Tis the season for a good book.

Art World Revolt

Not long ago, Ivanka Trump would have almost been considered a member of the art world. So when her father's presidential campaign (and win) set her on an unlikely course toward national politics, a coalition of artists, curators, writers, and gallerists decided to use Ivanka's proximity—socially speaking—to deliver a series of targeted messages about President-elect Trump. 


Gabrielle Goliath's Gunshot

In 2012, after learning that every six hours a woman in South Africa is killed by a current or former intimate partner, artist Gabrielle Goliath created Roulette, a simple participatory installation that takes the form of a dare. 

Armchair Traveler: Twists & Turns

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.

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Jeffrey Dean Morgan

Last night, with a few swings of a barbed wire bat named Lucille, Jeffrey Dean Morgan made a brutal entrance as the villainous Negan on AMC's The Walking Dead.