Kayla Tanenbaum

Pied Piper of Perth

February 2, 2015

Son of a Gun, the first film from Australian writer-director Julius Avery, opens with a young, green man named J.R. who is serving a six-month prison sentence.

The Comic Book Villain

January 5, 2015

Most people don’t work with Madonna, dance at the Super Bowl, and star in viral Nike commercials before hitting it big as an actress.

Casting Call: It’s A Wonderful Life

December 18, 2013

Perhaps the Greatest Christmas Movie of All Time (unless you’re in the Miracle on 34th Street camp), It’s a Wonderful Life is getting a sequel. Or maybe it isn’t.

Trailer Face-Off: Noah vs. Son of God

December 18, 2013

This week: Noah vs. Son of God, two films tackling the Good Book.

Slater Bradley, to the Point

December 13, 2013

Slater Bradley’s newest show, “A Point Beyond the Tree,” opens today at Sean Kelly Gallery and features photos of his muse, Alina, taken over their two-year long distance relationship.

At the Art Basel Drive Thru

December 4, 2013

Colette, perhaps the coolest boutique in Paris, is collaborating with The Alchemist, perhaps the coolest boutique in Miami, for Art Basel.

Trailer Face-Off: Twice Born vs. The Past

December 4, 2013

This week: Twice Born vs. The Past, two films about family secrets unearthed upon returning to a country filled with memories.

Cutting Up with Samuel Stabler

November 25, 2013

Samuel Stabler’s work is thoroughly original, unlike anything out there—which is a bit odd, considering he takes a lot of inspiration from the canon. In fact, he appropriates it: Stabler redraws the Old Masters’ work in almost unbelievable detail, then obscures some of that detail with bold streaks of neon.

Rolling Away with Moncler and Rimowa

November 25, 2013

Moncler is no stranger to lust-worthy collaborations.

Loren Cronk: Made in Brooklyn

November 22, 2013

Brooklyn-based designer Loren Cronk was inspired to start his own denim line after a stint at Levi’s.

The Bedazzling Evie Falci

November 21, 2013

Brooklyn-based artistEvie Falci’s pieces, large-scale denim- and leather-covered canvases with intricate, mosaic-like embellishments in rhinestones and studs, are a little bit disco, a little bit ancient architecture, a little bit craft-inspired.

Topshop and Meadham Kirchhoff’s Glam Rock

November 20, 2013

Designer-high street collaborations are always fun, but a new Topshop collaboration is particularly exciting.

Angelina Jolie and Jon Voight Give Each Other Acting Tips

November 19, 2013

Jon Voight interviews a chip off the old blockā€”his happening actress daughter, Angelina Jolie.

Trailer Face-Off: Labor Day vs. Dom Hemingway

November 14, 2013

This week: Labor Day vs. Don Hemingway, two films that tackle lawlessness in very different ways.

Casting Call: Little Women

November 7, 2013

Sony Pictures is set to re-adapt Louisa May Alcott’s—and let’s face it, everyone’s favorite—novel, Little Women, which has seen three movie versions, the first staring Katherine Hepburn (1933) and the second starring Elizabeth Taylor (1949).

Trailer Face-Off: Neighbors vs. That Awkward Moment

October 31, 2013

This week: Neighbors vs. That Awkward Moment, two bro-out comedies starring Zac Efron.

Henry Jacobson’s Very Smart Phone

October 31, 2013

Henry Jacobson, whose new monograph, Postcards Home (Daylight) has just been published, has an unusual relationship to his medium.

Nate Lowman Lends His Eye to Converse

October 23, 2013

Converse is on its art game, yet again.

Most Wanted: Gucci Ribbed Turtleneck

October 18, 2013

Luxurious basics are always a sound investment, and we’ve been eyeing this Gucci update of a wardrobe staple: the turtleneck.

Exclusive Video Premiere: ‘Ecks Ecks Ecks,’ Pierce Jackson and Ryan McNamara

October 17, 2013

Performance artist Ryan McNamara’s work combines heady historical references with pop culture, the conceptual with the obvious, and perhaps most importantly, the spectator with the artist.