Crying for Mommy

Scott King Discusses His Manifesto on Embracing Inaction

June 14, 2021

The artist talks to writer Jon Savage about “The Debrist Manifesto,” a ten thousand-word guidebook on art world failure, inaction, popularity, identity, and the pursuit of perfectionism in a world that doesn’t care.

armchair traveler

Armchair Traveler: From Venice to Berlin

June 9, 2021

Each month, we highlight the best art exhibitions on show around the world. Bon voyage!

Healing Towards Progress

Natalia Mantini Is Making Self-Care Accessible in Her New Photo Series

June 2, 2021

As part of Google Pixel and SN37’s Creator Labs, “Healing Towards Progress” is an ode to meditative still life.

gallery walkthrough

The Scintillating Messes of Pedro Pedro

May 28, 2021

The artist’s new show at the Hole, “Cantaloupe and Kokomo,” is a neat-freak’s nightmare, inviting viewers to linger in his jumbled domestic universe.

In Conversation

Pippa Garner and Hayden Dunham on the Struggle of Being Inside Bodies

May 19, 2021

To mark her first solo show in New York City, the 78-year-old trans-disciplinary artist got on the phone with her fellow artist to discuss, among other things, losing their vision and still being able to see.


Kayode Ojo Lets You Call His Latest Exhibition What You Want

May 18, 2021

We caught up with the New York-based artist before the opening of his solo show, “Call it what you want.”

gallery walkthrough

Artist Gabriel Rico Adds Up Found Objects and Mathematical Theorems

May 17, 2021

The Mexican-based artist explains the method behind the madness of his new show at Perrotin Gallery.

armchair traveler

Armchair Traveler: From Berlin to New York and Back Again

May 12, 2021

Each month, “Interview” highlights in pictures the art shows you’d want to see—if you could jet-set from one international hub to the next.

WWW Bulletin

Elon Musk, Azealia Banks, and Billions of Cicadas—Who Said NY Is Dead?

May 11, 2021

A wild week on the World Wide Web.

in conversation

Misha Kahn and Dries van Noten Create “Organized Craziness”

April 27, 2021

The artist and fashion designer connected via Zoom to talk about collaboration, coincidence, and the booziest way to eat a watermelon.


Sasha Frolova’s Secret Life of Bees

April 26, 2021

The model and actor looks back on the joys of her buzzy hobby.


Antwaun Sargent’s Guide on How to Really Look at Art

April 26, 2021

Earlier this year, the critic, author, and curator was named a director at Gagosian, handing him a mandate to shake up the art world. Here, a primer on how he does it.

in situ

The Evocative Sculptures of Kristi Cavataro Can’t Be Pinned Down

April 21, 2021

The artist’s works can evoke art deco skyscrapers, flowering cacti, or overgrown pieces of circuitry. But look long enough, and they defy comparison.


Adam Green Will Never Grow Up

April 21, 2021

The Moldy Peaches frontman and self-proclaimed “Jewish James Dean” on his straight-to-YouTube “Aladdin” film, smelling like digital musk, and dressing like Robin Hood.

WWW Bulletin

Lady Gaga’s “Artpop,” The #RHOBH Trailer, and That Gucci Collaboration

April 16, 2021

This is the World Wide Web. Let’s talk about it.


“Power is Also Dangerous”: Ferrari Sheppard and Arthur Lewis in Conversation

April 16, 2021

The painter and Creative Director discuss great art, the Golden Age of hip-hop, and what it means to feel powerful.

armchair traveler

Armchair Traveler: From Milan to New York and Back Again

April 14, 2021

Each month, we highlight the best art exhibitions showing around the world. Bon voyage!

15 Minutes

Juno Birch on Self-Love, Good Looks, and Bingo Wings

April 12, 2021

The Manchester-based artist and self-proclaimed alien touches down on Earth just long enough to answer some questions from the writings of Warhol.


Meet Anna Park, the Artist Channeling Chaotic Energy Through Charcoal

April 8, 2021

The 24-year-old South Korean artist reminds us what it’s like to live in constant motion.


A Talk Between Mel Bochner and Carroll Dunham 50 Years in the Making

April 7, 2021

The legendary conceptual artist sits down with his old friend to discuss why Italy was such a savior to his sensibility and why he didn’t mind serving as the bad-boy American interloper.