The painter walks us through her gallery at Kravets Wehby in New York, where her vivid, vulnerable explosions of color hang against its white walls.
by Devon Ivie
Showing — no, telling — you which art and culture books to add to your living room repertoire in the month of May.
An ode to the most underrated aspect of the Met's new exhibit, "Camp: Notes on Fashion," a cacophony of typewriting and Judy Garland.
The photographer, journalist, and former editor in chief of this magazine, tells us about the time he snapped Henry Kissinger at a cocktail party, a picture now on display at Vito Schnabel Projects.
by Kate Wolf
The ambiguity of the painter's work speaks to her enduring interest in the limits — and the possibilities — of representation.
Ephemera is the stuff of the Swiss-born contemporary artist's toolkit, so it only makes sense that his iPhone is filled with snapshots of his pet rats, shadow puppets, and a puddle on a dirty warehouse floor.
The photographer, and former publisher of "Andy Warhol's Interview," reflects on how she got her foot in the door of the magazine and shares the artist's famous business acumen.
by Alex Hawgood
The ever in flux singer, artist, and performer is set to debut her latest work, a series of theatrical performances, this weekend at the Kitchen.
"The Life I Deserve," a show of paintings at MoMA PS1 includes a portrait—or rather 48 portraits—of Justin Timberlake. Here’s why Gina Beavers did it.
A new exhibit at the DeYoung Museum in San Francisco, featuring the early works of Peter Paul Rubens, reveals a less conventional side of the artist.
With an exhibition at Jeffrey Stark gallery, opening this spring, the legendary graffiti artist is swerving into more personal territory — and using his birth name for the first time.
The rising Czech photographer talks to her mentor Ryan McGinley about shooting portraits on New York City streets and her new monograph, "Young American."