Lawrence Weiner and Kim Gordon on the Ins and Outs of Making Stuff
September 22, 2020
A conversation about art and abnegation, for the people in the back.
Robin Standefer & Stephen Alesch
July 6, 2016
It’s Roman and Williams’s World—we’re all just living in it.
April 21, 2015
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.
December 16, 2013
At 56, Raymond Pettibon, whose hyperkinetic, maniacally articulate, often tragic-comic, and frequently politically charged drawings and watercolors helped define the visual language of American punk rock, is still hardcore.
Band Paintings: Kim Gordon Interviews Richard Prince
June 18, 2012
Kim Gordon, the artist and Sonic Youth co-founder, and Prince are best linked in the public imagination for the latter’s illustration of the 2004 cover for Sonic Nurse, but their dialogue goes much deeper. Gordon has her own stories of creative attribution, and here they discuss why Richard Prince decided against using a pseudonym for this current show, and what would’ve happened if someone else made joke paintings first.
January 7, 2012
With her new role as a transgender assassin, Chloë Sevigny—actress, New York City style icon, and torchbearer of a certain kind of downtown feminine cool—finally gets a chance to show us everything she’s got. And as it turns out, a little bit more.
July 7, 2009
Jamie Bochert has been a dancer, a model, and a muse to fashion designer Marc Jacobs. But her true ambition is to rock ’n’ roll.
May 27, 2009
John Lennon dubbed her the world’s “most famous unknown artist.” But for 40 years Yoko Ono has been expressing herself in a variety of mediums. Last year, the first American retrospective of her work, Yes Yoko Ono, opened at New York’s Japan Society Gallery.