Film

Garage Magazine Issue 16

Whoopi Goldberg by Ottessa Moshfegh

Not content to EGOT, Whoopi Goldberg is setting her sights on the fashion industry. Novelist Ottessa Moshfegh, her biggest fan, pays her a visit. Photographed by Charlie Engman.
Ottessa Moshfegh
2.11.19
Viva La Lohan

Reappraising ‘The Canyons’: The Lindsay Lohan Comeback That Never Was

Directed by Paul Schrader and written by Bret Easton Ellis, the film showed how naturally sadness came to Lindsay Lohan.
Annie Lord
1.31.19
Culture

Leonardo DiCaprio’s Rooftop Jerkoff: The Most Important Self-Sex Act in Cinema

It isn’t embarrassing. It’s almost romantic.
Trey Taylor
12.27.18
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Everything I Hate About The New ‘Mapplethorpe’ Trailer

Folks, it...looks bad.
Emma Specter
12.17.18
Ariana Grande

In “Thank U, Next,” Ariana Grande Proves She’s the Anti-Taylor Swift

She wants to be inserted into *every* narrative.
Rachel Tashjian
11.30.18
Film

On Bertolucci: When Can We Separate Good Art From Bad Artists?

Bertolucci’s 1970 masterpiece “The Conformist” is a potent masterpiece on the monstrosities wrought by fascism.
Rachel Rabbit White
11.28.18
Art

Netflix's 11 Best Art and Fashion Movies

Avoid your family with a semi-cultured binge this holiday season.
Tom Philip
11.22.18
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The Louis Vuitton Guide to the Siberian Airport

Members of Louis Vuitton's social media team were stranded at Irkutsk International Airport for three days (!!!)
Emma Specter
11.15.18
Andy Warhol

A Definitive, Scholarly Ranking of Warhol Portrayals in Film

GARAGE puts the many cinematic representations of cinematic Andy Warhol in their correct order.
Emma Specter
11.9.18
Culture

In “Shirkers,” a Stolen Slasher Road Flick Becomes Documentary Gold

A new documentary tells the story of the director who spent decades chasing the man who stole her film.
Zsófia Paulikovics
11.8.18
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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.
David Ebony
10.31.18
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‘Mid90s’ Gets It Right: A Skate Betty Reviews Jonah Hill’s Film Debut

Costume designer Heidi Bivens combed through ’90s skate magazines for inspiration.
Zoe Dubno
10.23.18
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