by Jacob Uitti
by Steven Phillips-Horst & Eric Schwartau
Jeannette Montgomery Barron’s Intimate Portraits of New York’s Downtown It Crowd
The photographer stokes our nostalgia for 1980s New York with shots of Robert Mapplethorpe, Keith Haring, Jean-Michael Basquiat, and more members of the downtown pantheon.
Hilary Leichter Wrote the Origin Myth of the Gig Economy
Her new novel, "Temporary," explores the alienated lives at the heart of today's workforce.
With First Cow, Kelly Reichardt Gives Us Friendship, Clafouti, and Udders
The director of the A24 film on bovine casting, biscuits, and the merits of keeping your nose to the ground.
Hari Nef Will Try Anything Twice
The actor, model, and face of Gucci's new perfume on fragrance and the future.
Marti Gould Allen-Cummings On Truvada, Mitch McConnell, and Sherry Pie
The drag artist running for New York City Council sings the praises of Cardi B and Flintstones gummies.
Lexi Underwood of Little Fires Everywhere Proves to Regina King That the Kids Are Alright
With a star turn alongside Kerry Washington and Reese Witherspoon in Hulu's adaptation of the bestselling novel, Underwood chats with another life-long TV titan, Regina King, about keeping it all together.
Meet Roberto Lugo, the Potter Making Ceramics of Biggie and Basquiat
Seth Rogen's new favorite potter walks us through his massive vessels, which insist on facilitating improbable cross-cultural conversations.
William E. Jones Loves Pissing People Off
The iconoclastic artist on his latest novel "I'm Open to Anything," a queer coming-of-age tale about the art of fisting.
Paul Lisicky’s Memoir “Later” is a Love Letter to Provincetown
His new memoir, subtitled "My Life at the Edge of the World," is less a coming-of-age than a coming-to-terms.
CHIKA Is Listening to J. Cole, Avril Lavigne, and Lots of Hamilton
The self-described hip-hip-soul artist crafts a playlist that's all pleasure, no guilt.
Caribou’s Dan Snaith and Producer Nigel Godrich Unravel the Mystery of Making Music
The Canadian musician and famed Radiohead producer shed light on our least understood art form.
Exit Poll: The Bodily Catharsis of Saint Frances
Maybe the real female gaze is looking at your period stains.
The New “Dorothea Lange: Words & Pictures” Exhibit Speaks to Us
The walls at MoMA might not talk, but these photos sure do.
Aaron Paul Is Even More of A Dad Than We Expected
Ahead of his turn on "Westworld," the actor talks wigs, his baby, and emails (he doesn't answer them).
That Time Evan Rachel Wood Revealed She’s A Horse Girl
The "Westworld" star knows a thing or two about Westerns.
Talk Hole in Quarantine: Sex, Drones, and Social Distancing
"There's actually something quite intrinsically capitalist about a quarantine. Get my Thai food and fuck everyone else."
Kate Elizabeth Russell Explores Love, Sex, and Madness in My Dark Vanessa
In her debut novel, Kate Elizabeth Russell has crafted a psychosexual thriller for the #MeToo movement.
The Compulsive Satisfaction of Swallow
With his neurotic psychothriller, director Carlo Mirabella-Davis updates the melancholic housewife trope for the Ikea age.
Angelica Garcia is Listening to Donna Summer, Britney Spears, and the OG Selena
The Obama-approved singer is equally inspired by Chicano culture and "Slave 4 U."
A New Wave Fashion Fantasy with Model Puma Rose
A look at the world with cherry-colored lenses—and Mary Janes.
Their Name Is BabyMetal and They Will Kill You (With Kindness)
Symphony of destruction, but make it kawaii.
Drag Artist Silvero Pereira on Getting Blood-Soaked in Bacurau
The drag artist and activist Silvero Pereira is a lot like his character Lunga in the Brazilian film—but a little less blood-soaked.
The MoMA Armory Party: Sculptures, Tequila, and a Rhinestone Cowboy
The MoMA's annual Armory Party—part art show, part concert, part Lynchian meta-commentary–was in full swing in the dead of night with Orville Peck.
What the Interview Editors Would Carry Inside the Giant Telfar Bag
From Russian nesting dolls to White Claw and Aviva Drescher's leg, it's a carry.
George MacKay is Trying Not to Have a Breakdown
The star of "1917" on what it took to keep it together on the set of "True History of the Kelly Gang."
The Dream Logic of Porches
"Ricky Music," the fourth and latest album from the indie rock outfit of Aaron Maine, finds him swapping traditional choruses for jagged sonic shards that come together with the indeterminate logic of a dream.
Kantemir Balagov Films Women Who Survived, and Have to Live
The 28-year-old director of the Cannes-winning "Beanpole" doesn't like attempts to explain the complex, but we tried it anyway.
The Last True Bohemian: Mark Bozek and Ruben Toledo On The Extraordinary Life of Bill Cunningham
In "The Times of Bill Cunningham," audiences get a glimpse behind the flash of New York's favorite man with a camera.
Niia is Listening to Billie Holiday, Marvin Gaye, and Journey
The self-described "dramatic Italian" singer shares her life playlist, the butt tattoo behind her new album, and the $1,000 bet she made with her mom.
Cartoonist Michael DeForge On Butter Tarts and Anarchism
With his new book, the "Adventure Time" comic artist explores gig economy hell—and alternative ways of being alive.
Pussy Riot Wants To Put Bernie Sanders In A Balaclava
The reliably rule-breaking Nadya Tolokonnikova throws a photoshoot in jail and tells us her thoughts on pretty much everything.