Stephanie LaCava


Writer Fernanda Eberstadt on Growing Up at Warhol’s Factory

April 1, 2024

In her new memoir, “Bite Your Friends,” the daughter of legendary Warholian beauty Isabel Eberstadt reflects on the “eccentric freaks, loners and dreamers” of her New York youth.


Michella Bredahl Takes Us Inside Her New Solo Show at Shoot the Lobster

November 3, 2023

“People say they feel seen when I photograph them and they don’t know why.”


Calla Henkel’s Berlin Babylon

February 14, 2022

The artist and her partner Max Pitegoff have created a destination for the new crop of the German capital’s art cognoscenti. We take you inside.


The Controlled Chaos of Madeline Hollander

October 30, 2020

The 34-year-old artist has built a career blending classical dance with the unruly disruptions of city life and technology.

Jimmy Page and Scarlett Sabet Are the Music-Poetry Power Couple the World Didn’t Know It Needed

October 10, 2019

With Sabet’s debut spoken word album “Catalyst,” produced by Page, the couple talks how they met, meeting Lou Reed, and paying to produce your own work.

Meet Lawrence Abu Hamdan, the Forensic Audio Analyst Who Paints with Noise

October 1, 2019

A nominee for this year’s Turner Prize, the artist and audio analyst creates productions that are provocative and often disturbing.

Writer Kate Zambreno On Kathy Acker, Guibert, and the Paradox of the Author Photo

July 24, 2019

“To be a writer here, you are expected to be an image. You are expected to be good at getting your photograph taken.”

Cosey Fanni Tutti Reflects On Five Decades Exploring the Taboos of Western Society

February 18, 2019

At home with England’s favorite anarchist and performance artist.

Rachel Rose is redefining video art

October 4, 2017

The New York creative is redefining the limits and language of video art by making up her own worlds as she goes along.

Asia Kate Dillon

July 17, 2017

Asia Kate Dillon is standing outside a photo studio in downtown Manhattan, dressed for a shoot in clothes that will eventually need to be returned.

Dani Shapiro

April 10, 2017

In Hourglass (Knopf), out tomorrow, beloved novelist and memoirist Dani Shapiro presents a sharp look at the realities of marriage.

Jessica Henwick

February 14, 2017

In 2009, Jessica Henwick noticed the audition poster for what would be her breakout role pasted up on the street in London’s Chinatown.

Flavin Judd

December 20, 2016

The great master Donald Judd forever changed the state of space and sculpture. With the publication of a collection of his writing, his son discusses the legacy he left behind.

Herizen Guardiola

October 31, 2016

I arrive on set at a photo shoot in Brooklyn minutes too late to catch an epic rendition of the ’90s R&B hit “No Diggity.” A moment earlier, 20-year-old actress and musician Herizen Guardiola gave an impromptu performance, with rapt crew members staring at her in disbelief.

Rachel Keller

October 24, 2016

The Minnesota-born actress Rachel Keller has been fielding questions about the Midwest since her breakout performance as femme fatale Simone in season two of the hit television show Fargo.

Yara Shahidi

September 19, 2016

Minnesota-born actress Yara Shahidi has been working since she was 6 weeks old.

Cody Hoyt

February 10, 2016

The young pioneer of clay makes some pretty off-the-wall vessels. A new show this month explores his punk take on order and design.

Louise Grinberg

April 27, 2015

The first thing you notice about Louise Grinberg is that she’s extremely beautiful.

Anais Demoustier

March 22, 2015

French actress Anaïs Demoustier was cast straight out of grade school in northern France for her debut cinematic role in Michael Haneke’s 2003 postapocalyptic drama Time of the Wolf.

Pierre Niney

May 6, 2014

Picture an artistic, hyperkinetic boy growing up in the south of Paris, imagining his future cinematic roles.