The Whitney Biennial 'Almost Put Kanye In The Toilet'

Photographer Heji Shin sounds off on the exhibition, Steve Bannon, and the 'almost hysterical fear of ambiguity in art.'

Scott Indrisek

Kim Gordon's Paintings Are An Encyclopedia of Cool

The 'Sonic Youth' bassist has a whole separate career in visual art—but don't call it a side hustle.

Nadja Sayej

Queer Art Gets Its Due At This Year's Venice Biennale

It's about time.

Nadja Sayej

Jeff Koons is, Once Again, Daddy

Koons just sold his 'Rabbit' sculpture for $91.1 million, dethroning David Hockney as the highest-selling living artist.

Emma Specter

An Ode to the Single-Collector, 'Niche' Museum

Why brave the chaos of a MoMA or a Met when you can go on a hyper-specific adventure worth traveling for?

Andrea Whittle

The Prada Foundation’s First Single-Artist Show is Sophisticated, Scorched Chaos

Fire was an important element of the late Greek artist Jannis Kounellis’s practice, with the live indoor flames to prove it.

Andrea Whittle

Stephanie H. Shih's Food Ceramics Nourish Asian-American Memory

"The Asian-American community is so large, and yet there haven’t really been conversations specifically catered toward us — people are really hungry for it. No pun intended."

Emma Specter

Surrealism Under the Volcano

A new exhibition explores the mid-century creative explosion in Mexico.

Scott Indrisek

Charlap Hyman & Herrero Transformed a Venetian Mirror Workshop into a Mythical Bedroom

Our first dispatch from the Venice Biennale brings you into an immersive artwork that draws inspiration from Cocteau.

Andrea Whittle

Marina Abramović's Newest Performance is An App Designed To Fight Climate Change

The Rising app shows an avatar of Abramović surrounded by melting ice caps, inside a glass tank that slowly fills with water — and only we can save her by pledging to support the environment.

Nadja Sayej

Hilma af Klint Proved That “Popular” Doesn’t Have to Mean “Stupid”

After the Guggenheim’s smash success, 6 artists who could become intelligent blockbusters.

Scott Indrisek

How Catherine Opie's Intensely Personal Art Became Jewelry

The artist gets real with GARAGE about her current inspirations, the state of queer life in Los Angeles, and that epic 2004 'The L Word' cameo.

Emma Specter
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