Nadja Sayej

Art

A Look Inside Peggy Guggenheim's Scrapbooks

"Peggy Guggenheim: The Last Dogaressa," opens in Venice this fall.
Nadja Sayej
a day ago
Art

Peaches is Letting Sex Toys Speak for Themselves

The Berlin-based musician branches out into art with her first solo show, 'Whose Jizz is This.'
Nadja Sayej
8.1.19
Art

Was Garry Winogrand the First Street Style Photographer?

A new Brooklyn Museum retrospective finally puts his work in the spotlight.
Nadja Sayej
7.26.19
Art

At 80, Judy Chicago is Still Breaking Rules

The trailblazing feminist artist famed for her Dinner Party installation—the first grand-scale feminist artwork—celebrates eight decades this Saturday.
Nadja Sayej
7.19.19
Art

Is Maximalism the Most Overlooked Art Movement Ever?

A new show at ICA Boston might just be the remedy.
Nadja Sayej
7.11.19
Fashion

Yeezy's Chief Womenswear Designer Just Launched Her Own Line

Maisie Schloss worked at Yeezy for three years, and now she's striking out on her own.
Nadja Sayej
7.5.19
Design

Bali's First Design Festival is Making Luxury Sustainable

Potato Head Bali featured designers from Virgil Abloh to Max Lamb.
Nadja Sayej
7.4.19
Art

These 7 Artists Are Redefining Patriotism

Anti-Trump art has snowballed into a bona fide resistance movement.
Nadja Sayej
7.4.19
Fashion

Charlie Engman and Collina Strada Are Striving To 'Be Better'

Nadja Sayej
6.24.19
Art

The Weirdest Works You Missed at Art Basel

The art fair showed airbag dresses, Mark Zuckerberg as a bodybuilder, and a full-on toilet.
Nadja Sayej
6.18.19
Art

Andrea Bergart's 'Dribble' Reimagines The Basketball Aesthetic

The artist is famous for her Insta-friendly basketball bags, but now she's branching out into video art.
Nadja Sayej
6.17.19
Art

How The Hell Did Richard Prince Come To Design A Weed Brand?

The brand ties into his new 'High Times' exhibition at Gagosian.
Nadja Sayej
6.10.19
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