Todd Eberle

Martha Stewart’s best friend is her garden

October 11, 2017

In honor of Cartier’s new jewelry collection, we asked stars about diamonds and dreams.

New Again: David Sedaris

January 15, 2013

Over two decades ago, we interviewed an up-and-coming humorist named David Sedaris about his diary readings. It was before he had even released his first collection of essays, Barrel Fever, in 1994, and we noted Sedaris as “one to watch.”

Armani 5th Avenue

March 4, 2009

Giorgio Armani has landed. Manhattan’s newest ultradeluxe emporium contains everything Armani (including the soul of the man himself).

Michael Stipe and Douglas Coupland

December 19, 2008

While the public is already quite familiar with these two gentlemen (Stipe for his music and Coupland for his writing), their involvement in the visual arts is still a little more underground.

Art Basel Miami Beach Photo Diary: DAY THREE

December 8, 2008

DAY THREE: Today Todd Eberle hit Interview‘s dinner for Jeff Koons, where Marc Jacobs was particularly festive, and Ryan McGinley played musical chairs.

Miami Basel Photo Diary: Day FOUR

December 8, 2008

On Day Four, Todd Eberle co-hosts a part of his own at the Raleigh Hotel, while Francesco Vezzoli kicks back.

Art Basel Miami Beach Photo Diary: DAY TWO

December 5, 2008

DAY TWO: Stalwart photographer Todd Eberle braved an unseasonable chill as David Lynch and Rachel Zoe got iced out. Grace Jones came back at the Delano, while Stuart Parr dropped trow at the party he co-hosted at Casa Tua.

Art Basel Miami Beach Photo Diary: DAY ONE

December 4, 2008

DAY ONE: We sent photographer Todd Eberle to Art Basel Miami Beach. On his first day in town, he found Marni and Murakami, and dined with Art in America.

Warhol Memorabiliaphila

November 30, 2008

Andy Warhol’s huge artistic output has been documented and catalogued with care and precision. But when it comes to Andy Warhol’s huge collection of stuff, which in a way can be seen as another body of artwork, we’ve just scratched the surface.

Jeff Koons

November 23, 2008

Walt Disney may have invented the theme park, but Jeff Koons is the undisputed all-American master when it comes to filling the physical world with outsize work that deftly reflects all the mixed-up dreams, romances, anxieties, and desires of the psychological one. And if it seems like his big, brash, and occasionally mind-boggling art has taken on a life of its own recently, then it’s with good reason: Because everything is going according to plan.