Amongst the Clouds
February 23, 2015
Working with what her immediate environment provides, Brooklyn-based artist Tamar Halpern visually renders the conceptual idea of free association.
Discovery: Snoh Aalegra
November 24, 2014
One might say it’s rare for a musician to drop her debut single featuring an artist as prominent as Common, but that’s exactly what happened for Swedish R&B singer Snoh Aalegra.
Carol Crawford’s Time Machine
October 8, 2014
Based in New York, Carol Crawford has long sought to fuse her many talents in photography, drawing, painting, sculpture, film and architectural design with her love of history and storytelling.
M. Patmos’ Working Woman
August 7, 2014
Last month, alongside Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne of cult-favorite Public School, M. Patmos received the International Woolmark Prize for womenswear.
Nili Lotan’s Summer Mood Board
May 14, 2014
In celebration of the warmer weather, Nili Lotan will debut an exclusive collection of favorite pieces at her Tribeca atelier turned pop-up shop, which opens tomorrow, May 15th at 48 Walker Street.
Love You, Mean It
April 9, 2014
Rochelle Feinstein is skeptical of your flattery—especially one particular phrase.
Maroesjka Lavigne, Once On This Island
April 2, 2014
“When you take a picture in a beautiful place, you have to realize that nature isn’t the background for your photograph,” says 24-year-old Belgian photographer Maroesjka Lavigne. “Rather, you are its prop. The only thing added to the scene, after all, is you.”
The Glamorous Everyday of Miuniku
March 25, 2014
Earlier this month, LVMH announced the 12 finalists competing for its Young Fashion Designer Prize, with Miuniku standing out amongst better-known brands like Hood by Air, Jacquemus, Simone Rocha, Suno, Thomas Tait, and Tim Coppens.
Gogy Esparza’s Novelty Act
March 19, 2014
Hailing from the projects of Massachusetts, Gogy Esparza came to New York on scholarship to study art at NYU’s prestigious Gallatin School, leaving the dire straits of street life behind.
Logan Hicks’ Sea Spray
March 6, 2014
Until recently, New York-based artist Logan Hicks described his work as a succession of one-hit wonders. “I always used to say that I was able to write a song, but not an album,” Hicks says. “This, I feel, is my first cohesive body of work.”
The Weight of Mary Mattingly’s World
September 4, 2013
Mary Mattingly’s work presents our possessions through a restrictive lens, showing just how much we’d have to carry if we bundled our objects to our own backs.