Photographer Ellen von Unwerth Isn’t Afraid to Use Men as Accessories
Whether her women are playing a naked sack race, drinking rosé from the bottle, or walking the dogs in a ball gown, they’re always having a hell of a time.
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Talk Hole: Closing Ceremony, Compulsory Voting, and A Return to Love
Talk Hole is the bi-weekly spoken column of New York’s alt-comedy darlings Eric Schwartau and Steven Phillips-Horst, touching on all corners of the zeitgeist (high, low, top, bottom).
Punk May Be Dead, But Legs McNeil Sure Isn’t
From lunching with Dee Dee Ramone to shooting up with Alice Cooper's guitarist, the journalist and co-founder of "PUNK" magazine reflects on the movement he named.
Tiffany Young Is A Pop Star A Decade in The Making
After tasting the heights of K-pop fame and all that comes with it, the singer is now pursuing a life on her own terms—one that includes "wigstensions."
Quil Lemons’s New Vision of Black Masculinity
In his new series "Boy Parts," the photographer positions Black men with the regal softness of a Renaissance painting.
Wilsen is Listening to Hans Zimmer, “Monster Mash,” and A Lot of Nick Drake
The Brooklyn band shares some setlists for every occasion, from the studio to the shower.
That Time Renée Zellweger Became The “Bean Queen”
Bridget Jones knew a thing or two about good coffee.
The Unseen Photos of Andy Warhol: Photo Booths, Bare Butts, and A Sewing Machine
A new exhibit at Jack Shainman Gallery in Chelsea confirms that the artist has always been ahead of his time, and seems to be ahead of ours, too.
Anna Wiener Looks Straight Into the Uncanny Valley of Tech
The writer's debut memoir chronicles the dark side of Silicon Valley's optimistic excess.
Adult Film Star Sean Ford Wants to Make Intimacy Sexy Again
The CockyBoys star sits down with art world luminary Peter McGough to discuss what's to come for the queer community.
The Restaurant’s A Stage and Omar Hernandez Is Its Player
The New York restaurateur and showman returns downtown with a new spot for the well-heeled to comingle.
Sixteen Members of The Art Community Share Their Most Shocking Memories
From a run-in with The Rolling Stones to Sylvester Stallone at Art Basel Miami.
MaryV Benoit Wants To Know What You Love About Yourself
The photographer explores the importance of chosen family in her new portrait series of the LGBTQ+ community.
Black Pumas Are Listening to Kendrick Lamar and “Careless Whisper”
The Grammy-nominated funk-soul duo talk driving to Nas, crying to Roberta Flack, and doing pretty much everything to George Michael's timeless ballad.
The 77th Golden Globes: Awkwafina Makes History, Brad Pitt Shares a Secret, and 1917 Wins Big
Despite the chaotic nature of the first month of 2020 there's still space, money, and time to celebrate Hollywood's gold-dipped bubble.
Painter Salman Toor Draws Out the Strength in Sissies
The New York-based artist has repurposed Romantic vernacular for a loving take on queer bohemia, filled with plenty of couch side banter and drunken sashaying.
Rickey Thompson Wants To Have Dinner with Rihanna, Adele, and Tom Hanks
The internet phenom reveals what he can't live without, his biggest superstition, and more.
The Disappearing Act of Benedetta Barzini
Barzini is a Marxist feminist, former model, and muse of Dalí. The newly released documentary "The Disappearance of My Mother" is an attempt by her son to pin down his mother's many multitudes.
Tim Burton’s Nightmare at the Museum
In "Mars Attacks!" the legendary director set a sequence at The Neon Museum in Las Vegas. More than two decades later, the director returns there with his career retrospective "Lost Vegas."
The Interview Editors Reminisce on the Glory of the 2010s
We reminisce on a decade of pop culture, from the good, to the bad, to the truly perplexing.
Watch Finn Wolfhard Play Iconic Film Scores on His Acoustic Guitar
The star of "The Turning" gets challenged by his co-star Mackenzie Davis to play themes from "The Shining," "Stranger Things," and more.
Comedian Ana Gasteyer Gives Us Plenty of Sugar and Booze
Christmas is over, but that doesn't mean we're done celebrating.
George MacKay Puts a Human Face on the Horrors of War in 1917
"They're not massively decorated soldiers or revolutionaries. They’re just blokes."
Ricki Lake Revisits (and Revises) Her 1994 Interview Cover Story
The John Waters muse revisits—and revises—her 1994 cover story for this magazine, shortly after the launch of her seminal daytime talk show.
Artist Seth Price and His Friend Joan Jonas Discuss “New Media” in All Its Mutated Forms
They’ve known each other since the EAI days.
Isaac Cole Powell, Star of Ivo van Hove’s West Side Story, Believes in Karma
If the young actor hadn't studied drama, he would have joined the family business as a landscape architect.
Little Women Star Eliza Scanlen Has a Love-Hate Relationship with the Internet
The 20-year-old Sydney native is enjoying a breakout winter.
Kickstarter, Trump Tower, and the Triumph of New Media Art at Postmasters Gallery
The gallery’s latest exhibition explores the nature of work in the current economy.
The Once Over Twice: A Story of Lace, Leather, and Garters
Photographer Mark Kean and stylist Ondine Azoulay ask one model to dress up, and down, in leather, lace, and Moschino Couture.
Labrinth Talks to Zendaya About Creative Evolution and the Future of Euphoria
The composer of the acclaimed Euphoria score—who's become a star in his own right—tells Zendaya that he's finally learning to be fearless.
Shepard Fairey Thinks Streetwear Has Gotten As Silly As A Duct-Taped Banana
Celebrating 30 years of pushing the envelope, the renegade street artist talks memes, murals, and Mayor Pete.