Art

in conversation

Honor Titus and Henry Taylor Get Down to the Real Nitty-Gritty

January 21, 2021

As the artist prepares for his first solo show in NYC, he spoke to Henry Taylor about why it’s never too late to start loving what you do.

hype

Kyle Ng of Brain Dead Wants to Connect the World

January 20, 2021

The co-founder of the buzzy fashion collective is building a global artists’ community, one hiking shoe at a time.

IN CONVERSATION

“It’s All America, Baby”: Sam McKinniss and Rob Thom on Art of the Heartland

January 15, 2021

Painting crowds in the age of social distancing.

glenn questionnaire

Artist Okuda San Miguel on Democratizing Art, Polyamorous Marriages, and the Importance of Partying

January 14, 2021

In the spirit of his festive 1800 Tequila collaboration, the artist answered questions lifted from Glenn O’Brien’s 1977 interview with Andy Warhol.

art

Dances for the Death of Anthropology: Maya Stovall’s “Liquor Store Theatre”

January 12, 2021

On the occasion of her book’s publication, the Detroit-born artist and anthropologist talks about her project and practice.

yee-haw

Photographer Kennedi Carter on Depicting the Black American Cowboy

December 29, 2020

“The face of cowboy culture as we know it in contemporary Americana is not a monolith. There are Black people present.”

from the archives

The Artful Legacy of Antonio Lopez and Juan Ramos Lives On

December 28, 2020

From soirées with Divine to bubble baths with Pat Cleveland: a nostalgic look into The Antonio Archives.

photo diary

The Dara Allen Miami Design Week Diary

December 22, 2020

Model Dara Allen goes to Miami, mask in tow.

ho ho ho

The Interview Gift Guide That Gives Back

December 22, 2020

Material gifts are meaningless, unless they build up communities, support grassroots organizations, and make us happy. Here’s our 2020 gift guide.

Thirstory

Rocking Around the Christmas Tree with Mick Jagger and Iman

December 22, 2020

Serving freshly baked looks, not cookies.

q&a

Spanish Artist Ignasi Monreal Wants to Expand Your Vision

December 21, 2020

The artist breaks down the inspirations behind his kooky, surrealist sunglasses.

exit poll

Pixar’s Soul Isn’t as Deep as It Wants to Be

December 17, 2020

The animation studio’s latest raises the question of what constitutes a human soul, only to never land at a satisfactory answer.

show and tell

How Lucky DeBellevue Came to Expose Some of History’s Greatest Artists

December 17, 2020

“Let’s just say I’ve used a lot of artistic license.”

INTO

The Quiet Sex Appeal of Andy Warhol’s Nudie Drawings

December 16, 2020

The new monograph offers a sensual counterpart to the artist’s famed Marilyns and dollar signs.

a life in

Nick Cave Takes Us on a Tour of His Creative Universe

December 16, 2020

Australia’s high priest of punk recently launched an online shop, featuring the incidental residue of an over-stimulated mind.

art

Everything, All At Once, Through the Eyes of WangShui

December 15, 2020

What is WangShui? A person? A persona? An approach? Cyrus Dunham answers the question.

in situ

For the Sculptor Vincent Fecteau, the Obsession Never Stops

December 9, 2020

The artist takes us into his home studio for a glimpse at his off-the-radar objects.

SECOND ACT

“Just Fucking Do What You Want”: Leo Fitzpatrick on His Inaugural Gallery Show

December 8, 2020

The spirit of downtown New York is alive and well in the artist’s scrappy new gallery on St. Mark’s.

AIDS Awareness Month

All About Red Hot, the Organization That Brought Together George Michael, Cole Porter, and Madonna

December 7, 2020

For 30 years, Red Hot has been at the forefront of the AIDS battle. We look back at their legacy and their future.

art

Wangechi Mutu and Carrie Mae Weems on the Profound Impulse to Make Art

December 7, 2020

A conversation about the power of creation to get us through the night.