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.


The New York Artist Kinlaw Teaches a Vocal and Body Movement Lesson

March 25, 2021

On the occasion of their debut album “The Tipping Scale,” the artist and choreographer shares a therapeutic guide to vocal movement.

studio visit

Kenny Rivero Is Painting the Monsters We Choose to Ignore

March 17, 2021

Inside the Bronx studio of the painter, whose first museum solo show is at once terrifying and lots of fun.


Chloe Wise is Making Art for the “New Normal”

March 16, 2021

In honor of her latest exhibition, the artist tells her friend and muse Richie Shazam about the beauty of indifference in a chaotic world.


Brandon Ralph Tells Gail Buckland About His American Experiment

March 16, 2021

“There’s nothing that holds America together except an idea.”

show and tell

Peter Schlesinger Documents a Yemen That No Longer Exists

March 11, 2021

The photographer’s new book “Eight Days in Yemen” offers a rare look at a republic still recovering from recent unrest.

in situ

For Louis Fratino, Painting Offers a More Permanent Kind of Pleasure

March 10, 2021

The artist’s work seems to exist in its own floating, fantastical world, a purely authentic dinner table ruled by joy, relationships, and communal moments of intimacy and wonder.


Rachel Kushner and Laura Owens on the Power of Reinvention Through Writing

March 9, 2021

From opposite coasts, the longtime friends took to Zoom to chat about setting kitchens on fire, running over mattresses, and the difference between writing and painting.

let's rock

From Bowie to Blondie, Mick Rock Reflects on a Career of Shooting Stars

March 8, 2021

Mick Rock reflects on his most iconic celebrity photos, from the ’70s through today.

what she said

The Unapologetically Punk Girls of Deanna Templeton’s Photography

March 4, 2021

The photographer takes us inside “What She Said,” her most personal work to date.


Amy Sherald and Thom Browne Discuss Devoting Your Life to Art

March 3, 2021

How do you follow up the splashiest, most dissected, and discussed painting in recent memory? As the artist tells the fashion designer, you get right to work on the next one.


Pokémon, Statues, and Porsches: Daniel Arsham’s Big Boy Playground

February 26, 2021

We walk-through the artist’s Queens studio, a playground filled with Pokémon and Porsches.


Wade Guyton and Jacqueline Humphries Want to Renovate an NYC Art Venue and Not Change a Thing

February 19, 2021

A peek into how the two artists and curators are keeping The Kitchen alive.

love is in the air

Abbey Drucker is Finding Love in a Pandemic

February 19, 2021

Her photography series “Love in a Pandemic” captures New York couples in moments of intimacy.

new york forever

Ricky Powell Explains Why His New York Was the Best New York

February 10, 2021

In one of his final interviews, the legendary photographer looks back on his unlikely career and laments the “cornballs” who have invaded his city.