Exclusive: See Ryan McGinley's Photographs of a Kiss-In for LGBTQIA+ Rights

Activist group Voices4 staged an action at the Consulate of Uzbekistan in New York City to show solidarity with queer people facing government repression.

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These Games and Installations Transport You to War Zones

iNK Stories uses video games and immersive representation to provoke questions about ethical responsibility in real life and real time.

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This Mysterious Medieval Manuscript Looks Like a 15th-Century “Into the Gloss”

Deciphering the Voynich manuscript has obsessed cryptologists and amateur codebreakers for centuries, and the themes you can extract from its enigmatic illustrations are surprisingly contemporary.

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Data for Black Lives Is an Organization Using Analytics as a Tool for Social Change

The future-facing group applies information science to community building.

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The MTA and De Blasio's Electronic Ads Threaten New Yorkers with Visual Overload

Animated billboards and sponsored Wi-Fi stations are beginning to permeate New York, but their aesthetic is predictably corporate.

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Why Every "Black Panther" Fan is Tweeting About This Wicker Chair

Fans have noticed similarities between a poster of Chadwick Boseman as the superheroic Black Panther and a 1967 portrait of Black Panthers co-founder Huey P. Newton. It's an important reference.

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Kanye West Relaxing Alone with Salad

Kanye chose a lazy Berlin weekend over the Grammys. Good for him!

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Google and the A.I. Gaze

The popular Google Arts & Culture app performs the feminized job of making people smile.

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The Millennial Paradox of Tide PODS

Accompanied by an original artwork​ from Chloe Wise, our generation's consummate painter of food, GARAGE undertakes an exploration of Tide PODS: why?

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A Santiago Drag Scene Parties Against Right-Wing Politics

For Chilean "transformistas," drag represents a dissenting voice against the wave of conservatism currently sweeping the nation.

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Would Lady Bird Dress Like Joan Didion?

April Napier's costumes for Greta Gerwig's "Lady Bird" capture the emotional reality of early-aughts teenagerhood.

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The Futuristic Food We’ll Be Eating in 2018

From upscale gelatin to lab-grown meat, futuristic food is taking a campy turn.

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