Christian Högstedt

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Owen Teague Has Plenty of Reasons to Be Excited for the Year to Come

December 11, 2020

The 22-year-old actor is leaving 2020 behind with a breakout role in next year’s Stephen King adaptation “The Stand.”

clowning around

Amy Poehler and Natalie Palamides on Finding the Comedy in Consent

December 4, 2020

As Nate, the titular douchebro of Netflix’s Poehler-produced new comedy special, Palamides forces the audience to its queasy edge.

in conversation

Zachary Quinto and Sarah Paulson Let Themselves Lose Control

October 13, 2020

The actor from “The Boys in Band” connected with his friend and AHS co-star to discuss the acrobatics of acting, and the freedom in surrender.

Algiers

June 26, 2017

Algiers’ second album, The Underside of Power, is a reflection of our precarious politics—both present and past—a coming together of literature and history, and an offering of communion that might just funnel unrest into action.

Amending American History with Titus Kaphar

December 19, 2016

By bringing both recent and distant histories to the fore of his art, Titus Kaphar provides a captivating and informed take on our present reality.

The Subject in Question

October 4, 2016

“What is ‘the subject’?” asks Michael Elmgreen. The question isn’t rhetorical, but neither he nor Ingar Dragset, the other half of artist duo Elmgreen & Dragset, has a straightforward answer to it.

Michal Rovner, Into the Night

September 27, 2016

In her home country of Israel, Michal Rovner lives on a farm, haunted by the howl of jackals.

Artists at Work: Sanford Biggers

August 16, 2016

“There’s no way you can make a huge, inflatable, dying Fat Albert and not expect some people to be offended,” Sanford Biggers tells us. As an interdisciplinary artist, Biggers has built a body of assertive body of work that doesn’t pull punches.

Artists at Work: Matt Mignanelli

June 8, 2016

Using acrylic and enamel paints, artist Matt Mignanelli freehandedly creates graphic, abstract paintings that transform upon every glance.

Derrick Adams’ Cultural Collage

May 3, 2016

Brooklyn-based artist Derrick Adams culls content from television commercials and YouTube screenshots to fuel his multidisciplinary practice, which includes photography, performance, sculpture, and collage.

A Troubadour’s Travels

May 2, 2016

Folk musician Christopher Paul Stelling has been on the road for five years.

Louise Fishman’s Abstract Activism

May 2, 2016

On Louise Fishman’s explosive, vibrating canvases we can almost see the roots of revolution.

Allen Jones Returns to New York

April 8, 2016

For the first time in nearly 30 years, famed and controversial British artist Allen Jones is exhibiting in New York City.

Mickalene Thomas on Muses, Models, and Mentors

March 9, 2016

In a new solo show opening today at the Aspen Art Museum, Mickalene Thomas turns to black celebrity women found in films and on the stage to explore the relationships of black sisterhood.

Hayden Dunham’s Material Interests

February 25, 2016

“It’s more, for me, an opportunity to give people the ability to be empowered by information and to make decisions that can change entire systems and infrastructures,” artist Hayden Dunham says when we meet her at Red Bull Studios New York.

Underground with Ilja Karilampi

September 29, 2015

“I wish I could run this place as a nightclub, an artistic venture, every weekend,” Berlin- and Gothenburg-based artist Ilja Karilampi tells us of a two-night only installation.

Cecilia Corrigan

May 6, 2015

Appearing sometimes as a poet, sometimes as a performer, and sometimes as a stand-up comedian, Cecilia Corrigan plays women who are more and less herself.

Mr. Swann Moves to New York

April 22, 2015

For the first time in 10 years, artist duo Michael Elmgreen and Ignar Dragset are exhibiting in New York. With them, they brought Norman Swann, a fictional character invented in 2009, whose new home is at Galerie Perrotin in the artists’ show “Past Tomorrow.”

Malcolm Morley and the Self

April 20, 2015

Malcolm Morley’s most recent works, which expand upon motifs previously seen—fighter planes, Viking ships, lighthouses, medieval castles, and more—are now on view at Sperone Westwater in New York.

The Brooklyn Designer

December 28, 2014

Leana Zuniga came to design her line, Electric Feathers, as a result of a series of cosmic happenstance.