Sinking into the repetitive bliss of Nauman's "Disappearing Acts," the massive career retrospective now on exhibition at MoMA and PS1.
She adores her cats, has recently taken up Japanese clay-pot cooking; and is now crafting lyrics inspired by the works of Kerry James Marshall.
In "The Feral Detectives," the novelist has made a noir masterpiece in full, contemporary color.
The legend of the Hollywood lots talks with Interview's Mel Ottenberg and Thom Bettridge.
In anticipation of the crime thriller "Widows," which she cowrote with the director Steve McQueen, the author tells us about her taste for Hitchcock and her fascination with blind alleys.
An essay by the artist Barbara Kruger excerpted from "Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again" published this month by Yale University Press.
by Lil Yachty
Lil Yachty gets face-to-face with Billie Eilish, queen of the you-can’t-sit-with-us generation.
Photographer Daniel Arnold captures the installation of Andy Warhol's "Cow Wallpaper" at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
The designer's latest foray into athletics features plenty of argyle and Philip Johnson's Glass House.
The Ion Pack and Screens Late tell us what's hot and what's not in the film world this fall.
We traversed the United States to track down some of the legendary silkscreens—and their equally legendary subjects—to hear the stories behind the portraits that defined a generation.
by Willem Dafoe
As he continues his controlled descent from mega-stardom to something stranger and much more interesting, Robert Pattinson discusses the importance of staying terrified with Willem Dafoe, another actor who knows a thing or two about disappearing into a role.
Last weekend, the New York DJ trio hosted a Halloween party in the Meatpacking District for a coterie of friends including Jeremy Scott and Alexa Chung.
Former Hood By Air cofounder Raul Lopez is up for a CFDA award after turning ready-to-wear on its head.
by Tom Ford
Having been in the game for nearly three-quarters of a century, the self-proclaimed working actor has resurfaced in 'American Horror Story: Apocalypse.'
The Harlem-born rapper drops a pin on his childhood haunts and earliest adventures outside the projects.