Lisa Yuskavage Will Be Wearing Something Extremely Flammable to Her Own Funeral

A new show of the artist's work is now on view at David Zwirner's online viewing room—but before you head over there, read her answers to the GARAGE Questionnaire.

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Mask 4 Masc

Recently, artists like Cindy Sherman, Lisa Yuskavage, and John Currin, have turned their gaze upon the male or androgynous figure. Allese Thomson meditates on its meaning.

Allese Thomson

Is It Just Us or Would It Be Great to Be a Mannequin Right Now?

Thinking about John Miller's "Mannequin Trilogy," on view this weekend as part of Metro Pictures' Online Film Festival.

Colleen Kelsey

DIY Your Own Fine Art with Brooke Wise's Coloring Book

Because you don't have space for any more puzzles in your apartment. Bonus? It's free!

Haley Mellin

Always On My Mind

As we enter a new era, artist Alex Israel looks back at a decade of work and the fast-changing technology and culture that influenced it.

Alex Israel

A Pierrot for the Present

Or "Living in a Constant State of Laugh-Cry."

Esmé Hogeveen

The Diner is the Story

Painter Katherine McMahon's new exhibition, installed inside an empty diner in Southampton, serves nostalgia old and new.

Eileen Cartter

Marcel Dzama Misses Riding the Subway

The artist, whose new show "Pink Moon" just opened online at David Zwirner, answers the GARAGE Questionnaire.

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Jac Leirner's Collecting Vices

The artist has the soul of a painter, but her medium is not paint and canvas—it's the detritus of everyday life.

Oliver Basciano

A Seat at the Table

Dior's Maria Grazia Chiuri enlisted the creative genius of feminist artist Judy Chicago for the label's spring couture collection. The result was nothing short of divine. Photographed by Sarah Piantadosi.

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Nicolas Party’s Fruits of the Forest

The painter’s current show at Hauser & Wirth invites us to take a closer look at what lies beneath the surface.

Haley Mellin

How Many People Does it Take to Make Art Work?

Partners, gallerists, assistants, dancers, zombies. An artist’s practice is full of collaborators—five of New York’s most vital young artists share theirs.

Nate Freeman