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Jemima Kirke, Painter of Brides, Thinks There's One Good Excuse to Get Married

"It was hard to find a divorced woman who wanted to put her wedding dress back on."
Paul Laster
12.12.17
Art
Art

Now You Can See 100 Busts of Lenin at a Museum of the Cold War

The relocated Wende Museum is a Californian treasure trove of art and artifacts from the Soviet Bloc, including several chunks of the Berlin Wall.
Travis Diehl
12.11.17
Photography
Photography

This Party Photographer Was the Cobrasnake of Fin-de-Siècle Europe

A new exhibition at the Met shows how Adolf de Meyer's photographs created celebrity right before the eyes of Europe's International Set.
Lucy Teitler
12.11.17
Fashion
Fashion

You Have to Spend a Week in Japan to Get Shoes from Lady Gaga's Favorite Designer

Noritaka Tatehana is best known for the shoes he crafts for Daphne Guinness and Lady Gaga, but he’s also on a mission to bring a sense of history to his customers.
Christina Cacouris
12.8.17
Art Basel Miami Beach
Art Basel Miami Beach

Miami's All-Women Art Fair Is Also Its Most Diverse

No wonder it's called Fair.
Sarah Valdez
12.7.17
Art Basel Miami Beach
Art Basel Miami Beach

How to Be at Art Basel Miami Beach: A Thriver's Guide

Sarah Nicole Pricket on what to wear, where to go, and when to rent a moped.
Sarah Nicole Prickett
12.7.17
Art Basel Miami Beach
Art Basel Miami Beach

Jeffrey Deitch and Gagosian Team Up to Defeat Zombie Formalism

ABSTRACT/NOT ABSTRACT, their joint show in Miami, is all about meaning/expression.
Dan Duray
12.6.17
Art
Art

Thomas Struth's New Photos Stare Death in the Face

"To be alive is a gift." Thomas Struth, showing new work at Marian Goodman Gallery, talks about his (terror-struck) experience of New York in the '70s, and reveals his concerns about the future of the planet.
Paul Laster
11.14.17
Design
Design

Artissima Rebuilt a '60s Artists' Disco Down to the Last Bespoke Chair

A recreation of '60s Turin club Piper Discoteque reveals it as much more than an after-hours hangout for the Arte Povera set.
Hettie Judah
11.13.17
Life
Life

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