by Mara Veitch
With his new exhibition "The Hikers" at Hauser & Wirth, the artist reflects on the power of male vulnerability (and plants).
by Flavin Judd
This is an excerpt from a longer interview that is itself part of the newly published Donald Judd Interviews—1,000 pages of discussion and ideas.
The yellow-tinged tome contains a history spanning 500 years and including 400 artists, from Loïs Mailou Jones to Maria Lassnig and beyond.
In perfectly dystopian fashion, the Swiss artist has taken his series of “Gheist” sculptures—ethereally thin, human-like figures that at first glance may appear to be some sort of demented mannequin—to Balenciaga.
by Royal Young
But through it all runs a stubborn ribbon of hope.
Align my chakras, but make it fashion.
From "Edward Scissorhands" to the "Kafka-level horrific nightmare" that is "Meet the Parents," the artist and writer find the sex appeal in the grotesque.
by Matt Dillon
Ahead of her retrospective at the Whitney, artist Rachel Harrison spoke with actor Matt Dillon about some of the pains and pleasures of making art.
by Mark Burger
The photographer's latest book investigates the intimate relationship between artist and subject.
50 years after he shot his friends naked under a lamp in a tiny apartment, the photographer Lloyd Ziff brings the portraits out from under the bed.
by Rachel Small
The artist's latest ritual-focused video project begins with a baptism and doesn't ever really end.