Culture

GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

Group Therapy for the End of the World

Kyle Chayka travels to a workshop in rural Sweden run by a co-founder of a shadowy environmental activist group seeking answers. He found a sense of impending doom, both personal and planet-wide. Photographed by Carolyn Drake.
Kyle Chayka
9.4.18
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

What Luxury Marijuana Means for Weed’s Original Entrepreneurs

California is the largest state to legalize recreational marijuana—and business is booming. But from rural Humboldt County to the city of Oakland, some are getting left behind. Photographed by Arden Surdam.
Erin Schwartz
9.4.18
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

Artist Taryn Simon Photographs Men Jumping into Freezing Water

Documenting her MASS MoCA installation “A Cold Hole” exclusively for GARAGE, Simon captures the moment when participants jump into a shaft of frigid water in an ice-floored gallery. Novelist Alexandra Kleeman recounts her experience taking the plunge.
Taryn Simon
Alexandra Kleeman
9.4.18
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How Post Malone Dressed His Way Into America’s Sick Heart

Since there is no ethical consumption under capitalism, you may as well consume while looking sad about it.
Max Lakin
8.30.18
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Mermaids Are Shooketh: The World’s First Semi-Submerged Art Gallery Is Here

Presenting a who’s-who of who’s wet at the new Maldives’ art hot spot.
Emma Specter
8.27.18
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Why Mitski Is Wearing a Swim Cap On “Be the Cowboy”

Her photographer tells us about the ’50s vibe she and the musician wanted.
Emma Specter
8.24.18
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BlacKkKlansman’s Costume Designer Channeled the Best and Most Monstrous of ’70s Fashion

Marci Rodgers researched what made black detective Ron Stallworth look cool, and KKK leader David Duke look evil.
Tahirah Hairston
8.17.18
Fashion

Am I Addicted to a Comme Des Garçons Jacket? A Therapist Weighs In

After an exhaustive three-year obsession with a jacket, one woman talks to a consumer behavior specialist about why she can’t stop hunting.
Madeleine Holth
8.15.18
Fashion

How The B-52s Crafted a Legendary Look Out of Wigs

Talking with the two women of The B-52s about teasing their incredible style out of beehive hairdos.
Scarlett Newman
8.14.18
Art

Los Angeles: The City of Dreams and Sprawling Art Book Fairs

A recent boom in the City of Angel’s art book fair scene shows the enthusiasm and heterogeneity of its creative community.
Angella D'Avignon
8.10.18
Culture

Dennis Rodman Was a Harbinger of This Golden and Hellish Age of Celebrity-Dominated Politics

In an age of social media and ever-escalating spectacle, the state would love us to keep paying attention.
Travis Diehl
8.10.18
Clothes Before Prose

How Tom Wolfe Made Clothing a Man’s Deepest Trait in “Bonfire of the Vanities”

In the Tom Wolfe classic, the superficial layer revealed everything you needed to know about a person.
Max Lakin
8.10.18