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Okay Kaya Is the Folk Singer for Our Current Time

Kaya Wilkins bares her vulnerabilities on a new album, so you can show yours too. Or not, you know, whatever.
Mitchell Kuga
2 days ago
Fashion

The Freedom of Men's Fashion

As the fall menswear shows get underway, we take a closer look at the collections showing us our collective future.
Laia Garcia-Furtado
2 days ago
sex scenes

In "Exotica," A '90s Strip-Club Fantasy Unravels

Before Elizabeth Berkley's "Showgirls" and Demi Moore's "Striptease," there was "Exotica." Rachel Rabbit-White digs in.
Rachel Rabbit White
2 days ago
Performance

​Michael Portnoy Wants to Know: Can You Fuck to An Irregular Beat?

In his new film series, "Progressive Touch," he tries to answer a most elusive question.
Haley Mellin
1.12.20
Art

A Love Letter to the Outsider Art Fair

Displaying work by mostly unknown artists, the fair lends itself for exploration, learning, and true discovery.
Annie Armstrong
2 days ago
Art

All My New Yorkers, Which Is the Best Seat (to Take You to the Shows Opening This Week)?

Let a meme guide you to your first art opening week of the year.
Eileen Cartter
1.12.20
Music

100 Gecs Is Your New Favorite Band

The band that answers the question: what if you put the 2010's in a blender and then made music out of the whole thing?
Sophie Kemp
1.12.20
accidental style icon

The Perfect Post-Y2K Fashion of Meg Ryan in "In the Cut"

For a long time, Jane Campion's film was thought to have killed Meg Ryan's career. Perhaps it's time we revisit it—at the very least—for its fashion.
Colleen Kelsey
1.12.20
In Memoriam

Remembering John Baldessari

Cindy Sherman, Dasha Zhukova, Lawrence Weiner, and more speak on the loss of the grandfather of conceptual art.
Annie Armstrong
1.12.20
Books

Anna Wiener's "Uncanny Valley" Wants to Know—Are You Down For the Cause?

The much-anticipated book takes a closer look inside the booming Silicon Valley startup culture of the 2010's.
michael seidlinger
1.5.20
Conversations from the Beyond

A Conversation With the Spirit of James Lee Byars (1932-1997)

It's exactly what the artist—whose works included "The Death of James Lee Byars," and "The Ghost of James Lee Byars"—would've wanted.
Parch Es
1.5.20
Clothes Before Prose

The Aristocrats Tempting Their Fate With Ruby Chokers

In Angela Carter's "The Bloody Chamber," this Marie Antoinette-era trend takes on a dark new meaning.
Liberty McAnena
1.5.20
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