How '70s Magazine "Radical Software" Predicted the Future
The archive of this short-lived print magazine is online and it's the perfect place to get lost in.
The Nets Basquiat Jerseys and the Will of Capital
Just because you can doesn't mean you should!
While the Museums Are Closed, Let Us Watch "The Bachelor"
Nemacolin, a gated collection of resort hotels, is home to a 900-piece art collection—and the most recent season of TV's most-watched reality show.
GmbH Is The Moment
GARAGE speaks to co-creative director Serhat Işık on creating his own language of beauty and style.
Osman Can Yerebakan
At Couture, Horses
An equine obsession made itself known at Chanel and Christian Dior's couture collections this week.
Who Are They?
How Kell Rakowski Made the Internet's First (Official) Queer Social Network
Lex is an app for everyone (who is not a cisgender man) to make new friends, join a bookclub, and even find a date.
"Palberta5000" is a Story About Friendship
The New York- and Philly-based trio talk writing bangers, BFFs, and making a song that is more than a minute long.
Of Satan, Captain America, and Daniel Johnston
This year’s Outsider Art Fair exalts the late musician’s visual art.
"Solace" in the Afternoon
An illustrated visit to Brooklyn-based artist Marsha Pels' retrospective at Lubov delivers a Bling Ring spectacle.
In "Happy Hour," Women Get What They Want
Marlowe Granados' debut novel will be published by Verso this year.
How the Fashion Industry Can Collaborate with Indigenous Communities
Mexico's Minister of Culture, Alejandra Frausto Guerrero, has taken the issue of cultural appropriation into her own hands.
Actually, This Is Art
Scenes from a Marriage
And a Zoom divorce.