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Rem Koolhaas, the star architect behind Prada’s sets, opens up to his son Tomas

May 11, 2018

As the subject of a new documentary, REM, made by his son Tomas, Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas reflects on his legacy.

How choreographer Sherrie Silver made a masterpiece out of Donald Glover’s “This Is America”

May 8, 2018

Silver brought African dance moves like Gwara Gwara and Shaku Shaku to help shape what could very well be her magnum opus.

Artist David Salle picks his five favorite artworks

April 26, 2018

The artist, set designer and filmmaker has a new exhibition at New York’s Skarstedt Gallery.

Virtual reality and hypnosis are Matt Mullican’s choice art tools

April 12, 2018

His sweeping exhibition at the Pirelli HangarBicocca Museum includes 6,000 mind-bending works.

Photographer Niall McDiarmid spent seven years documenting the people of Britain

January 24, 2018

“Town to Town” depicts eclectic characters from over 200 towns across the U.K.

Mysterious R&B singer H.E.R. already has a fan in Rihanna

January 4, 2018

After a few years in the shadows, she’s beginning to share her passions, her story, and her face.

10 things you shouldn’t miss at Art Basel 2017

December 5, 2017

It’s that time of year—when artists and celebrities flock south for the best in art and parties. Here’s the ultimate guide to Art Basel Miami Beach.

A new art show lets you take home a piece from Carsten Höller or Wolfgang Tillmans

November 6, 2017

Esteemed curator Hans Ulrich Obrist details the return of a 1995 exhibition that allows guests to take a chef d’oeuvre for their living room.

Kelela on owning your power and championing self-care

November 1, 2017

The singer lets us in on the secrets she’s learned while recording her debut opus, Take Me Apart.

Pop wunderkind SOPHIE synthesizes human and machine voices

October 19, 2017

In one of her first ever phone interviews, she opens about her bold new video and facing the future head-on.

The unknown history of platform shoes

October 3, 2017

Throughout history, platform soles have been on the rise, and a new fashion exhibition at the MoMA in New York charts their ascent.

Solange films herself dancing to her own songs

September 15, 2017

The singer revealed she sets up a video camera to document how she moves to her own music, which informs her choreography.

Step inside Nigerian-British singer Oyinda’s virtual world

September 7, 2017

For the VR video to accompany the Empress Of remix of “Never Enough”, Oyinda created a virtual statue of herself.

10 Picks from Seattle Art Fair 2017

August 2, 2017

Tomorrow, the Seattle Art Fair opens its doors for the third time. Our favorite works include a collage by Kurt Cobain, Gisela Colon’s sci-fi-esque sculpture, and Lee Wan’s installation of 668 ticking clocks.

Timothy Hursley’s Architectural Eye

May 18, 2017

Timothy Hursley began photographing architecture at age 16, and has since documented many a structure, from Frank Gehry’s Guggenheim Museum Bilbao in Spain to our own offices at Andy Warhol’s Factory in the ’80s.

10 Picks From Independent New York 2017

March 2, 2017

Now in its eighth year, Independent New York remains a unique curatorial destination that sheds the oft-repeated art fair format.

The Art of Machines

September 27, 2016

Since 2005, artist collective Random International has created works that blend art and science, with the goal of making participants more aware of the way our bodies interact with and identify machines.

Carsten Höller’s Reasonable Doubt

April 11, 2016

Upon entering Carsten Höller’s latest exhibition, “Doubt,” in the Pirelli HangarBicocca art space in Milan, visitors are confronted with two brightly lit pieces, Y and Division Walls, and a choice: to go
through an opening on the right or the left.

Discovering Miami’s Other Side

November 25, 2015

When the Pérez Art Museum Miami asked artists Ryan McNamara and Devonté Hynes if they wanted to participate in an artist-in-residency and collaborate on a piece for Art Basel Miami Beach, the answer was a resounding “yes.”

Lorely from Los Angeles

October 15, 2015

When Interview first spoke to Empress Of in 2013, she had just shared her debut EP, Systems. Since then, the Honduran-American artist has released her debut album, Me, a project she first unveiled to audiences during self-realized “residencies” at venues in New York and London.