by Mark Burger and Sarah Nechamkin
Kicking off Bowien's Secret Special dinner series at Mission Chinese, the friends and downtown creatives shared cheesy naan, cellophane noodles, and plenty of mezcal.
Known collectively as Talk Hole, the queer “subversive underground art-jacent comedy brand,” New York alt-comedy darlings Eric Schwartau and Steven Phillips-Horst have the higher powers […]
The photographer and Interview contributor speaks about his friendship with Judy Garland and why instant gratification is overrated.
Fabrizio Massimiani reimagines vintage photographs from Interview with a flair of Saint Laurent.
by Kate Wolf
In the past, he has exhibited vitrines filled with algae-like lingerie and starfish submerged in murky water.
by Marc Jacobs
John Currin tells Marc Jacobs why he doesn't avoid making mistakes and how the muscled, male superheroes in comics weirded him out as a kid.
by Aria Dean
Meet Standing on the Corner. They’re non-denominational and they have nothing to promote.
by Devon Ivie
Showing—no, telling—you which September books to add to your living room repertoire.
The activist and synth-pop icon revisits—and revises—her "Interview" cover from 1986.
The SavageXFenty Creative Director gives us her two cents on Gully Queens, lightning bugs, and the American Dream.
by Mark Burger
The artist's debut solo show features snapshots of an alternate, dreamlike reality with life-sized flowers, doe-eyed girls, and cereal bowls full of smiley-faces.
by Emma Grillo
In December of 1973, a section of the West Side Elevated Highway between Little West 12th and Gansevoort Streets, in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District, collapsed under the […]