Kapp Kapp Takes Tribeca

January 10, 2022

The twin brothers behind the hot new downtown gallery mark their latest expansion with an ode to the neighborhood’s queer history.

outer space

Meet Cyrielle Gulacsy, the Artist Painting the Universe Star by Star

January 7, 2022

To mark her upcoming solo exhibition, the self-trained Paris-born painter sat down for a chat about space travel, Albert Einstein, and the myth of “reality.”

gallery walkthrough

Step Inside Ezra Petronio’s World of Stylistics

January 6, 2022

“Sometimes, very beautiful people are so self-conscious. You have to begin these rituals that start from the moment the person walks in. It’s about gaining their trust.”


“It Happens”: Breaking Glass With Judy Chicago

January 5, 2022

The legendary rule-breaker sits down to discuss her latest exhibition and the challenges of mastering a molten artform.


Gillian Laub Gets Us Through the Holiday Season With “Family Matters”

January 4, 2022

The photographer’s latest series captures her love for her family and their rift over politics, exploring complexities of morality and reconciliation.


Meet Kandis Williams and Her Dancing Bodies

December 29, 2021

The multimedia artist walks us through her inaugural solo exhibition, “A Line,” at 52 Walker Gallery.


Latefa Noorzai Paints Her Favorite Runway Looks of the Season

December 22, 2021

The 61-year-old, Kabul-born artist renders her signature larger-than-life figures—all of them unflinchingly glamorous—in confident, almost defiant brushstrokes.

Sex with Andy Warhol: An Excerpt From John Giorno’s Memoir Great Demon Kings

December 22, 2021

“As an alternative, Andy proposed on the phone, ‘Let me take some photos of you with a condom.'”


“Euphoric and Grotesque” : Ilana Savdie on Painting Parasites

December 17, 2021

“I think about color as this way of getting to seduce. Once I have you, I can show you a parasite.”


Elizabeth Englander Transforms Everyday Objects Into the Divine

December 9, 2021

The 33-year-old sculptor started out as a painter in college, and the romantic impulse of that first practice now bleeds into her vivid, symbol-laden sculpture.


When East Met West: Christopher Makos and Lee Caplin Reflect on Warhol’s Arrival in China

December 9, 2021

“Where’s the McDonald’s?”


Lorna Simpson and Glenn Ligon on Finding Meaning as You’re Making It

December 6, 2021

Two of America’s most influential artists talk about losing their rhythm and finding their voice.


At Design Miami, Harry Nuriev Takes It to the Bedroom

December 3, 2021

“You know when you had sleepovers with your friends as a kid, and made crazy forts by draping blankets all over the room? That’s what I’m going for.”


Jack Brusca: Forgotten by the Art World, Until Now

December 3, 2021

The curator Daniel Cooney tells “Interview” how he unearthed the work of an artist lost before his time.

voice notes

Inside the Brooklyn Museum’s Vatican-Backed Andy Warhol Exhibition

November 24, 2021

Hot, right?

gallery walkthrough

The Photographer Janette Beckman on Dragging Blondie Out of Bed

November 16, 2021

The photographer took a moment to reminisce about some of her most memorable shoots—from waking up Debbie Harry, to a not-so-nice day spent with Mary J. Blige.


SN37 Marks the Opening of Its New Gallery With a Tyrell Hampton Solo Exhibition

November 12, 2021

After years representing artists like Shaniqwa Jarvis and Luke Gilford, the agency is opening its first not-for-profit gallery.

face to face

Marina Abramović and Hugo Huerta Marin Come Face to Face

November 5, 2021

To mark the release of Huerta Marin’s new book, the two artists sat down for an intimate conversation about art and fearlessness.

in studio

Get to Know 5 Rising Art Stars From the New Museum Triennial

November 1, 2021

In honor of “Soft Water Hard Stone,” a transformative survey of emerging talent, we’ve asked five participating artists for their inspirations, aspirations, and aggravations.

for the cause

How “Artists Against Apartheid” Is Using Watermelons to Raise Funds for Palestine

October 28, 2021

The group of artists, writers and curators is harnessing the power of national colors to raise funds for Palestinian humanitarian needs.