A Look Inside Peggy Guggenheim's Scrapbooks
"Peggy Guggenheim: The Last Dogaressa," opens in Venice this fall.
Stephanie Dinkins Is Turning Memoir Into AI
"Not The Only One" (N'TOO), a project rooted in the importance of family history, was shown at the Seattle Art Fair at the beginning of August.
An Oral History of Lucien, the New York Art World's Go-To Bistro
Jade Berreau, Christopher Hitchens, Sam McKinniss, and more share their memories of the restaurant's owner, Lucien Bahaj, who passed away in July.
Arden Surdam's Photography is Not For the Faint of Heart
Pop Quiz: Who Said It, Jenny Holzer or Dr. Bronner's Soap?
This game is surprisingly hard.
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.'
Was Garry Winogrand the First Street Style Photographer?
A new Brooklyn Museum retrospective finally puts his work in the spotlight.
EXCLUSIVE: The Damien Hirst Shark Finally Speaks
In honor of Shark Week, GARAGE sits down for an interview with the most famous shark this side of 'Jaws.'
Greek Myths, Captioned by the Daily Mail
Say what you will about the tabloid, they know how to illustrate an image.
I Need To Know More About Brad Pitt and Leo DiCaprio's 'Shared Love of Pottery'
The bros who sculpt together, stay together.
Cecelia Condit’s Video Art is Going Viral On TikTok
How a video about cannibalism became a viral sensation.
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.