Richard Turley


Walt John Pearce and Honor Levy on Potties, Performance Art, and Gertrude Stein

April 19, 2024

From a Walmart in Upstate New York, the writers discuss a forthcoming 52-hour marathon reading of “The Making of Americans.”


“The Studio Is the War Zone”: Meet the Spanish Artist Quirze

October 7, 2022

“As an artist I do my shit with love and it’s great to see that people fuck with it.”

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David King: Design As Protest

October 14, 2020

Rick Poynor, the author of the new monograph of legendary designer and activist David King, spoke to Judy Groves, King’s longstanding friend and collaborator, about how his ideas helped shape the world as we know it.

Meet Yukino, the Photographer Who Leaves Her Art to be Found

August 6, 2020

Her latest work is printed on thin newsprint, featuring bodies contorted and torn.

Protomartyr May Have Predicted 2020

July 23, 2020

Their new album, “Ultimate Success Today,” is a prescient peek at our dystopian present.

Okay Kaya Has Come A Long Way From Guitar Center

February 13, 2020

The Norwegian model-turned-musician spends 48 minutes talking about her fears, regrets, and dreams in which she eats her own twin.

Artist Gina Beavers on Her Justin Timberlake Paintings

April 18, 2019

“The Life I Deserve,” a show of paintings at MoMA PS1 includes a portrait—or rather 48 portraits—of Justin Timberlake. Here’s why Gina Beavers did it.

Photographer Manon Macasaet Isn’t Going to Let the Big Bad Wolf Interfere with Her Personal Fairy Tale

March 25, 2019

The photographer and filmmaker tells us about her new short film, Big Bad Wolf, My Recent Experience with Romance, which recently premiered at Anthology Film Archives.

Meet the Artists Designing Clothes For Businesswomen Who Micro-Dose LSD

February 7, 2019

With a new collection of digital fashion, Spanish digital artist duo Pinar & Viola are defining a different kind of sex appeal.

Gong Gong Gong is the Chinese Noise Band Making Music for a Borderless World

January 29, 2019

Even with songs written in Cantonese and Mandarin, the Beijing-based noise duo are making post-genre music for a world without borders.

Why Did a British Artist Trace Every Inch of Ian Curtis’s Former House?

January 23, 2019

Talking with the British artist who traced the Joy Division frontman’s house on 77 Barton Street

Listening to Tortoise in the lobby of the Ace Hotel

December 20, 2018

Interview’s creative director Richard Turley responds to music. This week, a visual response to post-rock mainstays Tortoise while sitting in the Ace Hotel Lobby.

Florry Makes Music That Sucks The Air Out of Rooms

December 14, 2018

For this edition of Music:Response, Interview’s Richard Turley stalks the streets of Soho talking to Florry’s Francie Medosch, the 17-year-old queer, trans-identified leader of the Phildelphia-based band about their debut album, “Brown Bunny.”