Inside the Terry O’Neill Retrospective at Fotografiska New York
June 6, 2023
“Mick was already, then, playing with a femininity that was sort of unknown to the rock and roll market.”
Lina Bo Bardi and Bottega Veneta’s Matthieu Blazy Take Brazil
June 1, 2023
The latest installment of Bottega Veneta’s The Square, in São Paolo, revives the generous creative spirit of architect Lino Bo Bardi.
Drain Gang’s Bladee and Varg2™ Are “Fucked for Life”
May 30, 2023
The duo talk to fellow graf artist and musician Ecco2k about the secret underworld that inspired their new exhibition at The Hole.
Meet Damien Davis, the Sculptor Who is “Laying the Trap”
May 26, 2023
“The art world conditions artists to believe that it’s more competitive than it actually is.”
Adrienne Raquel and Patia Borja Talk Strip Club Culture in the South
May 19, 2023
“Strip club culture in the south, it’s really its own thing.”
Derek Blasberg on the New Richard Avedon Exhibition at Gagosian
May 15, 2023
Derek Blasberg walked our editor-in-chief Mel Ottenberg through a new Gagosian exhibition commemorating what would have been Richard Avedon’s 100th birthday.
Jay Johnson Remembers the Quiet Luxury and Kindness of His Brother Jed
May 10, 2023
“There was a point when Jed kept getting calls from Barbara Streisand.”
Mickalene Thomas on Monet, Mentorship, and Maria Grazia Chiuri
May 2, 2023
“Art is about challenging the viewer and challenging yourself.”
Zelika Garcia and Paola Castelo on Mexico’s Booming Arts Scene
April 14, 2023
“I think it’s admirable that so many [of us] are coming together to try to take action to create some systemic change.”
Enter Josh Kline’s Dystopian World
April 11, 2023
The multidisciplinary artist tells his friend Galcher Lustwerk about “Project for a New American Century,” a survey of his work on view this spring at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
Photographer Gregory Crewdson on Blue Velvet and the Berkshires
April 10, 2023
“I’m not technical, but I know how I want my pictures to look.”
“This is All Make-Believe”: Meet Peter BD, The Phoneless Downtown Curator
March 17, 2023
“I feel like I wouldn’t be doing what I’m doing now if I had a phone.”
Daniel Kwan and Alex Prager Talk Prophecies and Practical Effects
March 10, 2023
“God can be very broad.”
Terence Nance Introduces Solange to His Imaginary Friend
March 9, 2023
“Scary Mary over here is jumping ship as soon as she hears the word initiation.”
Three Girls Take One Gallery in a Sensual Show at OCDChinatown
February 28, 2023
“There’s so many ways to fuck yourself up with art. It feels endurance-based.”
Thelonious Stokes and Chance the Rapper Bring the South Side to Ghana
February 22, 2023
“We’re the security guards in God’s club.”
Ariana Papademetropoulos Paints (and Parties) Like the World Is Ending
February 21, 2023
The artist talks to “Interview” impresario Bob Colacello about growing up on two sides of Los Angeles, lounging in bed at the Louvre, and the return of surrealism.
Ser Serpas Tells Hari Nef Why She’s Ready to Come Home
February 15, 2023
The artist talks to her old friend about a new solo show, now on view at Swiss Institute.
Cy Gavin and Hilton Als on Surveillance, Sequoias, and Self-Preservation
February 9, 2023
While prepping for his spring show at Gagosian, the painter chatted with his friend about art as a refuge and his newfound passion for gardening.
DIS Is Back in Berlin With Everything But The World
February 9, 2023
Last Friday, the subversive art collective drew a crowd at the opening of their latest show.