The photographer, journalist, and former editor in chief of this magazine, tells us about the time he snapped Henry Kissinger at a cocktail party, a picture now on display at Vito Schnabel Projects.
The Los Angeles-based rapper discusses life in full dad mode, from his 36 holes of daily golf to his closet filled with 50 pairs of strappy sandals.
After wrapping "Soundtrack of America," a five-night series of performances at New York's The Shed, the Oscar-winning director sits down with one of his favorite musicians, the saxophonist Braxton Cook.
Independent Art Fair Co-founders Elizabeth Dee and Matthew Higgs on a Decade of Measuring Success by a Different Name
The curators behind the Independent Art Fair talk about their surprising ten-year run in an art world suddenly choked by large-scale art fairs across the globe.
With his starring turn in Broadway's "True West" coming to a close, the actor and father fields our questions on God, drugs, and the American Dream.
The 29-year-old Ivy League grad, whose latest play "Daddy" takes on the Los Angeles art world, offers us his gut reactions to 10 topics chosen at semi-random.
Ethan Hawke Steps Out of True West to Tell Us About Smashed Typewriters, Toast, and Sam Shepard’s Final Wishes
The Oscar-nominated actor, who stars in Sam Shepard's legendary two-act play, alongside actor Paul Dano, calls us en route to a performance for an update on his psyche, the smell of toast, and how to smash a typewriter properly.
The critic and curator is attempting to make America's greatest writer alive again.
Novelist Tom Barbash Read Every Edition of the 1979 New York Times to Capture Nostalgia for ‘The Dakota Winters’
Books by John Lennon, on John Lennon, Youtube clips of vintage late-night shows, and every edition of the 1979 The New York Times were pop-culture source materials for Barbash's fourth novel.
The British DJ and producer isn't at all bothered by the AI-painted portrait sold at auction house Christie's, this past October. He's actually blown away by the potential of the man-machine collaborations to come.
For the debut of "Know Nothing," the video artist sets aside her bodega art style, opting for high-production value horror in the manner of "The Dark Crystal."
The producer talks the homogenization of the internet, kitsch power-pop songs, and reissuing his Vaporwave classic, "Chuck Persons Eccojams Vol 1."
The designer's latest foray into athletics features plenty of argyle and Philip Johnson's Glass House.
The Ion Pack and Screens Late tell us what's hot and what's not in the film world this fall.