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A 70s Photographer Unveils the Ultimate New York Punk Archive on Instagram

Julia Gorton took epic Polaroids of Television, Blondie, Lydia Lunch, and more, and now she’s rolling out her collection on Instagram.
Christina Cacouris
11.13.17
Life
Life

We Asked A Lawyer Why 'Stranger Things' Hasn’t Been Sued For Copyright Infringement

"Stranger Things" opens a gate into a parallel universe beyond copyright infringement laws.
Cintra Wilson
11.10.17
Fashion
Fashion

Go West, Young Man: Kanye’s Vision of a Calabasas Americana

In his new zine, pegged to the second drop of his Calabasas line with Adidas, West shares his vision of the place where the luxury revolution was televised.
Anastasiia Fedorova
11.9.17
Art
Art

Mark Bradford Goes into Battle Against the Age of Trump

"You don’t resolve the tension, and that's what makes it interesting." With an eye to our current predicament, Mark Bradford's epic new commission for the Hirshhorn Museum carves out new, political, routes for abstraction.
Ian Bourland
11.9.17
Art
Art

The Whitney's Laura Owens Book Comes in 8,500 Different Covers

Scott Rothkopf, curator of the Whitney's Laura Owens retrospective, talks to GARAGE about the extraordinary publication—truly an artwork in its own right—that accompanies the LA painter's show.
Michael Wilson
11.8.17
Fashion
Fashion

Shia LaBeouf Is the King of Fashion

LaBeouf is no conventional style icon—which is why designers, Instagrammers, and at least one hallowed fashion magazine can't stop watching him.
Steve Dool
11.7.17
Art
Art

Barbara Kruger's New Performance Is A Supreme Work Of Art

For this year's Performa Biennial, the New York artist is everywhere, notably teaming up with Volcom to colonize a downtown skate spot.
Orit Gat
11.3.17
Fashion
Fashion

A Fashion Photographer Throws Body Image Concerns—and Clothes—Out the Window

What are you saying under all those clothes? A new book, "Naked Britain," takes a naked look.
Rachel Tashjian
11.3.17
Art
Art

MoMA Revisits Club 57, Basquiat's Haunt of Choice

A comprehensive nostalgic trawl remembers, but doesn't quite reproduce, the freewheeling DIY spirit of an early-'80s downtown New York hub.
CARLO McCORMICK
11.1.17
Art
Art

Toyin Ojih Odutola Imagines A World In Which Slavery Never Happened

Toyin Ojih Odutola's new drawings ask us to imagine a parallel universe in which the past 600 years have an alternate history. GARAGE talked to the artist and Rujeko Hockley and Melinda Lang, co-curators of her dazzling new show at the Whitney.
Aruna D'Souza
10.27.17
Art
Art

We Need Judy Chicago's Dinner Party Now, More Than Ever

Judy Chicago's The Dinner Party, the pioneering 1981 installation and subject of a new show at the Brooklyn Museum, is serving blistering feminist critique for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Claire Barliant
10.19.17
Life
Life

Meet the John Singer Sargent of Drag Queen Portraitists

Clayton Patterson's new show features his backstage portraits of drag queens during the Pyramid Club's '80s golden era.
Rachel Tashjian
10.19.17