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Plates for the People

You can shop the custom plates from our Issue 19 dinner party feature right now on our web store, with all of the proceeds going to NYC mutual aid.
Eileen Cartter
11.13.20
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In Good Taste, for a Good Cause

Designer Susan Alexandra details a new community fundraiser, in which you can bid on "starter packs" curated by your favorite iconic New Yorkers.
Eileen Cartter
11.13.20
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Ryan Johnson’s Endless Silhouettes

The artist speaks about the influences and unlikely musical inspirations behind his latest body of work.
Haley Mellin
11.13.20
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Lisa Anne Auerbach's Political Needles

The knitter and artist, who entered the public consciousness during the Bush era, is making new work that is as politically potent as ever.
Isabel Slone
11.13.20
GARAGE Magazine Issue 19

The Dinner Party of Dreams

A group of chefs, creatives, and activists envision their own dream gatherings, for a new future. Date (and dimension) TBD.
Eileen Cartter
11.13.20
GARAGE Magazine Issue 19

Darling, How About a Spritz of Something Divine?

When you’re stuck at home with nowhere to go, a good movie and a new perfume are the ultimate escape. Why not throw in some luxe jewels for good measure?
Kashina
11.6.20
GARAGE Magazine Issue 19

Vibe Check!

Writer and curator Antwaun Sargent brings together the brightest creative minds today in a text group chat to meditate on their practices and futures.
Antwaun Sargent
11.6.20
GARAGE Magazine Issue 19

Shadow Puppetry

Nia DaCosta, the director of the upcoming Candyman, knows it’s all fake, but she’s not tempting the devil. Photographed by Shaniqwa Jarvis.
Gabrielle Rucker
11.6.20
GARAGE Magazine Issue 19

To Say the Same Thing In Many Different Ways

Family takes center stage in Quil Lemons' latest photographic essay.
quil lemons
11.6.20
GARAGE Magazine Issue 19

Raven-Symoné's 20/20 Vision

Our favorite early-aughts psychic answers the GARAGE Questionnaire.
GARAGE Magazine
11.6.20
GARAGE Magazine Issue 19

Any Other Way

Kaitlyn Greenidge, a New York Times contributing op-ed writer and author of the novel "We Love You Charlie Freeman," pens a story about two girls growing up in Tulsa’s Greenwood District.
Kaitlyn Greenidge
11.6.20
GARAGE Magazine Issue 19

GARAGE Presents: A Cakewalk

"Night comes & the Meek inherit the Earth."
Miranda Haymon
Audley Puglisi
Thuan Tran
11.6.20
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