Marc Jacobs’s Grunge Redux: The Fashion Nerd Is the New Hypebeast

The designer is tapping into the burgeoning generation of fashion nerds and luxury collectors.

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I Made Three of Andy Warhol’s Weirdest Soup Flavors

Vegetarian Vegetable, Hot Dog Bean, Scotch Broth: what we can learn from these bizarre icons.

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The Story Behind Lil Kim’s Iconic Louis Vuitton Logo-Print Portrait

David LaChapelle tells us the whole history of how the image came together. Plus: a casino-themed Kardashian family Christmas card.

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Sex Scenes: Francis Bacon’s Bohemian Muse, Lesbian Bartender and Artist/Model

‘Bacon’s Women’ at Ordovas Gallery on the Upper East Side is the first US exhibition to focus on the painter’s female subjects.

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Sarah Morris Paints An Ever-Changing Midtown, Sans Nostalgia

Morris’s show, ‘Midtown Paintings: 1998-2001,’ is on view at Petzel Gallery’s Upper East Side outpost.

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Two Young American Photographers Walk Into A Russian Art Gallery

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Julian Schnabel on How His van Gogh Biopic Is the ‘Mean Streets’ of Art Movies

Willem Dafoe won best actor at the Venice Film Festival for his bravura impression of the lauded painter in Julian Schnabel’s latest film.

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Rosario Dawson, Jesse Williams, and More Recreate Iconic Norman Rockwells For Civic Duty

The campaign was created by the artist collective For Freedoms to raise awareness of diversity and democracy.

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Alex Da Corte's Neon Ghost House Is the Stuff of Dreams—And Nightmares

The 2016 presidential election, witches on Sesame Street, and the time Andy Warhol got trapped in a stairwell are just some of the specters haunting artist Alex Da Corte.

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Sex Scenes: Cut Off the Head of Your Rapist

Artemisia Gentileschi’s ‘Judith Slaying Holofernes’ is a bloody portrait of rage against an unjust system.

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The Future Is Liquid, Unemployed, and Ghosting Us All

I went to Bangkok to cover “Ghost:2561” and all I got was a great indigo-dyed T-shirt and simmering panic about what’s to come.

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A Look Back at Mario Buatta, the ‘Prince Of Chintz’

The celebrated interior decorator died on Monday at the age of 82.

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