For Brigitte Lacombe and Catherine Opie, People Are Portraits Waiting to Happen

February 1, 2023

“It’s really about being curious to a fault. Everything is interesting.”


How Quaaludes Brought Durk Dehner to Tom of Finland’s Attention

January 18, 2023

“If you had inhibitions, quaaludes would liberate you. You just did what you felt like doing.”


“We Come to Fuck Shit Up”: Theaster Gates Gets Deep with Arthur Jafa

January 10, 2023

“We’re not supposed to attend Virgil’s funeral, we just aren’t supposed to.”


Joseph Altuzarra Wants You to Know Alvin Baltrop

December 21, 2022

“The jockstrap picture is my favorite.”

in conversation

Chrissy Angliker and Anna Sheffield Are High on Tulips

December 21, 2022

“You can’t always be making art, but you can always be an artist.”


Mathew Cerletty and Naomi Fry on Sconces and “Suburban Dread”

December 19, 2022

“We should do a Triscuit takeover.”

Photo by Rosamunde Bordo. Image courtesy of ILY2.


Allie Furlotti and Sol Hashemi on Community Building and Crystal Brews

December 15, 2022

The ILY2 founder catches up with the Vancouver-based artist after their first-ever show at NADA.


Oscar yi Hou and Russell Tovey on Kinks, Cranes, and Cowboys

December 13, 2022

“He’s got quite a pronounced bulge.”


Martine Syms and Precious Okoyomon Need Space to Breathe

December 9, 2022

The artists are learning to set limits while creating worlds without them.


“I’ll Be Waiting in the Rainbow Tesla”: An Art Basel Party Diary

December 6, 2022

In Miami for the 20th edition of the world-famous art fair, Zak Stone finds time for partygoing and Zoom therapy amid the bustle of Basel.


“Madonna is God”: Dispatches from Saint Laurent’s SEX Party

December 5, 2022

“It’s so juicy and fun and naughty and hot.”

art week

Après Dinner, AMI’s Alexandre Mattiussi Wants to Go to Twist

December 2, 2022

“I want to be objectified, and Miami allows that,” said singer-songwriter Moses Sumney.


Gaetano Pesce Says Miami Has Buildings, Not “Architecture”

December 2, 2022

“A building is a product that we need for living, for working. But architecture is something else.”


Diplo and FriendsWithYou Invite Us Into The Boy’s Group Chat

December 2, 2022

“I got a manatee tattoo with a rifle when I was 13.”


Lukas Gschwandtner Is in Repose

December 1, 2022

“It’s not the atelier. It’s your art studio.”


A Night of Warholian Revelry in the Rainbow Room

November 16, 2022

We partied like our fabulous founder at The Andy Warhol Museum’s annual star-studded, sky-high gala at the Rainbow Room.


Baltimore Photographer Steven Cuffie Shows Black Women in Their Multitudes

October 28, 2022

In “Women,” Marcus Cuffie curates an exhibition of their late father’s intimate portraits of black women in 1970s Baltimore.


Jordan Wolfson Just Wants You to Trust Him

October 24, 2022

“Just because I put something there, doesn’t mean I approve of it.”

Translation by Philip Gabriel

Haruki Murakami on Cold Beer, Nothingness, and F. Scott Fitzgerald

October 21, 2022

On the occasion of his latest novel, the titan of Japanese literature opens it up to questions.


The Georgian Artist Andro Wekua Considers Conflict on the Canvas

October 19, 2022

Childhood memories continue to haunt Georgian artist. Here, his friend helps him put a face to them.