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.
We ask the author of 'Good and Mad' about how she browses in an age of dystopian timelines.
The famed agent and congenial former club kids tells us tales about the photographs collected in his new book, 'Memorabilia'.
The artist Richard Bernstein served as a surrogate for the very particular vision of Andy Warhol’s Interview magazine by creating covers that captured the blur of New York City’s highlife from 1972 through 1988 now on display at Jeffrey Deitch Gallery through the end of October.