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Art

Justin Solomon on Making Black Work, Masculinity, and Being Seen

The artist speaks with Antwaun Sargent ahead of his new show "Just Pictures," which opened at projects+gallery in St. Louis this week.
GARAGE Magazine
9.11.20
Film

Jena Malone Takes Antebellum

The actress talks about her latest role in the heady thriller, and shares a photo diary spanning multiple cities and years.
Sophie Kemp
9.11.20
GARAGE Magazine Issue 19

Michaela Coel's Pressure Points

Durga Chew-Bose speaks with the creator and star of "I May Destroy You," the year's best new TV show. Photographed by Liz Johnson Artur. Fashion Editors: Gabriella Karefa-Johnson and Mischa Notcutt
Durga Chew-Bose
9.10.20
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Introducing the GARAGE Cover Coloring Book

Did you know coloring is a great way to relieve stress? It is!
GARAGE Magazine
9.7.20
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Quarantine in a Virtual Botanical Garden With Loewe's New Home Scents

Honeysuckle! Beetroot! Coriander! Marihuana! The gang is all here!
Laia Garcia-Furtado
9.4.20
Fashion

Michael Halpern Wants You to Disco All the Time

And now you can, thanks to his new collaboration with J Brand.
Sophie Kemp
9.4.20
Art

In the Midst of a Sculpture Park, a Skate Bowl

Chemi Rosado-Seijo’s "Mahican Pearl Hole (Mahican Bowl)" is now on view at Art Omi.
Annie Armstrong
9.4.20
Culture

The Garish Carnival of Jean Paul Gaultier and Antoine de Caunes' "Eurotrash"

Welcome to your new YouTube hole!
Dora Boras
9.4.20
Art

In the Hamptons, a Roving Art Gallery

The spirit of Grey Gardens lives on in Hadley Vogel and Abby Lloyd's East Hampton Tow.
Max Lakin
9.4.20
Art

You Can Now Wear Rashid Johnson's "Anxious Men"

Signet rings, bracelets, and military tag necklaces are all part of his new collection with LIZWORKS.
Sophie Kemp
9.4.20
Fashion

Watch the Louis Vuitton Men's Spring 2021 Show Live from Tokyo

Yes, it's a world tour!
GARAGE Magazine
9.2.20
Art

An Incomplete History of the Whitney’s Curatorial Fumblings

Understanding the museum's recently announced and recently cancelled show, "Collective Actions: Artists Interventions in a Time of Change."
Annie Armstrong
8.28.20
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