Ann Binlot

Theaster Gates’ Monastic Orders

September 22, 2014

Theaster Gates and his group The Black Monastic used the two-week residency at the Serralves Foundation as an opportunity to further develop their practice through 19 moves performed both in public and private.

Where the Sidewalk Ends

December 5, 2013

After modernism came postmodernism; but what comes after that? This week at the Rotunda in Miami, London’s Topsafe is presenting an exhibition in conjunction with Art Basel Miami Beach called “Most Oddinism,” a play on postmodernism.

Paola Pivi

September 16, 2013

The Italian artist brings her wild animal obsession to uptown Manhattan this month with a show of happy psychedelic bears.

The Kids in Amerikulture

July 29, 2013

The friendship between the pop artist Kenny Scharf and conceptual photographer Tseng Kwong Chi could fill a gallery.

Pop Art, Still

April 10, 2013

One of Warhol’s interpretations of the Campbell’s soup can, a 1966 aluminum cast, is part of The Pop Object: The Still Life Tradition in Pop Art, an exhibition curated by John Wilmerding at Acquavella Galleries. For the survey, Wilmerding chose to focus on a subject that he felt highly impacted the Pop movement: still lifes, the genre that he says was “traditionally ranked as the lowest form of artistic subject matter” from the 17th century on.

Nick Cave’s Heard Dances Through Grand Central Station

March 27, 2013

If you’ve wandered through New York’s Grand Central Terminal over the past few days, do not worry. You’re not hallucinating. This week, from 11 am to 2 pm, Alvin Ailey dancers dressed in colorful, life-size horse costumes will dance to the beat of pounding drums in the station’s Vanderbilt Hall.

Rihanna and Opening Ceremony Celebrate Seven Fashion Moments

March 5, 2013

Seven is more than a lucky number in Rihanna’s world. In the last seven years the pop star has won seven Grammys and seven Billboard awards. She also recently released Apologetic, her seventh album.

ThreeASFOUR Has Good Luck with 13

February 14, 2013

ThreeASFOUR, the avant-garde downtown label helmed by Gabi Asfour, Angela Donhauser and Adi Gil, went on a spiritual journey this season, centering their Fall/Winter 2013 collection around Ophiuchus, the newly discovered 13th astrological sign.

Giulietta’s Sixties Girl Grows Up

February 14, 2013

There’s a reason why Sofia Sizzi, the designer behind the label Giulietta was named a finalist in last year’s CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund competition and picked up by picked up by luxury giants Barneys and Net-a-Porter: she’s a designer with a strong point of view who knows precisely what her vision is.

Goldin’s Girls

February 11, 2013

Not even Nemo could put a damper on Louise Goldin’s runway show, which was scheduled for 1pm on the Saturday after the storm hit New York City. The British designer had everything under control. “I was completely organized and [had] no problem,” Goldin told Interview post-show.

Chloë Sevigny on Fashion and Occupy Wall Street

February 11, 2013

“It’s incredible—it’s very much her, it’s very much us,” Opening Ceremony co-founder Humberto Leon told Interview during the rabble-rousing presentation for Chloë Sevigny’s latest collaboration with the brand, which he said used Sevigny’s involvement in the Occupy movement as a starting point.