by LARRY CLARK, KIMBERLY PEIRCE, LIZZI BOUGATSOS, HUMBERTO LEON, CAROL LIM, RYAN MURPHY, JUERGEN TELLER, RITA ACKERMANN, NATASHA LYONNE, WHIT STILLMAN, Kim Gordon, Christopher Bollen and LISSY TRULLIE
The real deal comes along maybe at most once a generation. This month a photography book celebrates the evolution and revolution of a certain girl from Connecticut.
"Probably the most challenging artwork to install was our fountain by Klaus Weber, which is comprised of seven large-scale figures, one of the artist himself vomiting, and the others being representations of his friends crying, spitting, sweating from an armpit ..."
Occasionally there are writers talented enough to define their generations. But rarely does one have the endurance and acuity to define half a century. From war zones to Watergate, from her exceptional experimental fiction to her navigation of media and law, Renata Adler has proven one of America's literary and journalistic masters. As the resurgent appreciation for her fiction continues, we talk to her about all the places her writing