Lucas Oliver Mill of @CollectorWalls Paints Milan Red at Salone

April 22, 2024

In Milan for Salone del Mobile, we talked design dreams and interiors icks with the man behind the beloved Instagram account @CollectorWalls.


Curator Legacy Russell Unpacks the Meaning Behind Black Meme

April 19, 2024

“One of the problems with Black representation is speed, and we deserve slowness.”


Olivia Erlanger Invites Aubrey Plaza Inside Her Industrial Futurama

April 18, 2024

Before the opening of her debut solo show at the Contemporary Arts Museum, the artist talked to Aubrey Plaza about haunted appliances and pill-popping housewives.

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“I’m Happy to Be an Object”: Miles Greenberg, in Conversation With Klaus Biesenbach

April 17, 2024

“I feel I’m quite happy to be an object,” the artist told Klaus Biesenbach ahead of his ambitious performance at Palazzo Malipiero. “I think that’s always the goal, in a way.”


“Turn This Fucking Butt Plug Off”: Meet Rubber Sculptor Rich Aybar

April 16, 2024

The designer calls up his collaborator, Raul Lopez, to talk metrosexuality and “chic horniness.”


Photographer Jason Byron Gavann Takes Us Inside Boston’s Unsung Queer Scene

April 11, 2024

“All my friends were transforming themselves from boys to girls,” says the artist, whose photographs of 1970s Boston nightlife are on display at the Tufts University.


Mary Lovelace O’Neal Finds Interviews “Fucking Stupid.” But Not This One.

April 2, 2024

“People ask me about specific things and I just can’t remember,” says the 82-year-old painter, who has new shows at Marianne Boesky and the Whitney Biennial. “I got a lot of shit in my head.”


Santigold and Frank Ockenfels 3 Take Us Behind the Scenes of Their Spirituals Videos

March 26, 2024

“When I thought of this record, I thought of this idea of catching the spirit,” says Santigold, who enlisted Frank Ockenfels 3 to shoot a series of vignettes for her comeback album.


“You Can’t Teach Sauce”: Allen-Golder Carpenter Examines Rap Culture at No Gallery

March 22, 2024

“If I really spoke and acted the way I wanted to, I’d scare all the money away,” says the artist, who walked us through their brand-new solo show at No Gallery downtown.


In His New Show, Painter Greg Ito Goes Swimming With Sharks

March 22, 2024

Ahead of his debut solo show at Anat Ebgi, the painter talked to fellow artist Derrick Adams about resisting the “competitive pressures” of the art world.


Painter Emily Coan on Fairytales, Femininity and Tradwife Tiktok

March 21, 2024

“This work shouldn’t be controversial, but it’s censored,” says the painter, whose new solo show at Dimin Gallery weaves a metaphor out of spider silk.


Cows and Butterflies at the Opening of David Peter Francis in Chinatown

March 20, 2024

“It feels like prom,” said the 29-year-old David Pagliarulo, who stepped out of his Chinatown gallery launch last Thursday to talk Peter Hujar and pre-opening jitters.


“I Want Bad Reviews”: Mathieu Malouf, in Conversation with Rita Ackermann

March 15, 2024

The artist got together with Rita Ackermann to talk about the weed gummy high that inspired him to start painting penguins for his recent show at Nahmad Contemporary.

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D’Angelo Lovell Williams and Alannah Farrell Are Taking Notes on Masculinity

March 14, 2024

The two artists, whose work is featured in a recent group show called “Notes on Masculinity” at Lyles & King, got together to talk queerness, art fairs, and genomes.

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A Psychic Sugar Daddy Told Devon DeJardin To Start Painting

March 13, 2024

“It’s been this kind of cosmic roller coaster,” says the artist, who told us about his serendipitous journey to painting at the opening of his solo show at Albertz Benda.


Tony Notarberardino and Susanne Bartsch on the Glamorous Lore of the Chelsea Hotel

March 13, 2024

To mark the first exhibition of his Chelsea Hotel portraits, the photographer got together with his former neighbor and nightlife legend to reminisce on the hotel’s legacy.


“I’m Here for More”: My Week at the Frieze Art Fair in Los Angeles

March 7, 2024

“Each year, the fair indicates its steady growth,” writes Gracie Hadland. “But this augmentation seems to be in all the wrong places; the scene is bloating more than it is building muscle.”


Łukasz Stokłosa and Cristine Brache on Playboy Bunnies and Demonic Nuns

March 7, 2024

“It feels beautiful, even if it is horrible too,” says Stokłosa, who talked to fellow artist Cristine Brache about making work that resides in moral gray areas.


Sayre Gomez and Jonas Wood On Poker, Parenthood, and Paleontology

March 4, 2024

“My work’s actually gotten darker since having kids because it just makes me think about more shit,” Gomez explained. “They’re like, this catastrophic lens.”

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Aria Dean and Louis Osmosis Talk Sculpture and Sperm Banks at Dover Street Market

March 1, 2024

On a trip to London to celebrate their recent solo shows, the artists reached a bold conclusion: “Everything lives within a sperm bank and we are all just illegitimate children of one another.”