Now you, too, will be able to thank the Academy, after visiting its new Renzo Piano–designed space in Los Angeles.
"Okay Listen Up." Zola's Taylour Paige Answers the GARAGE Questionnaire
The star of the upcoming A24 film based on the iconic Twitter thread is ready for her closeup. Photographed by Campbell Addy. Fashion Editor: Gabriella Karefa-Johnson
This season’s best accessories are bold enough to alter the course of history. Or at least your own personal history. Collage by James Springall. Fashion Editor: Jared Ellner
Mask 4 Masc
Recently, artists like Cindy Sherman, Lisa Yuskavage, and John Currin, have turned their gaze upon the male or androgynous figure. Allese Thomson meditates on its meaning.
Jac Leirner's Collecting Vices
The artist has the soul of a painter, but her medium is not paint and canvas—it's the detritus of everyday life.
A Seat at the Table
Dior's Maria Grazia Chiuri enlisted the creative genius of feminist artist Judy Chicago for the label's spring couture collection. The result was nothing short of divine. Photographed by Sarah Piantadosi.
Dream Pumps: A Playlet
Fashion fan fiction from the mind of writer Wayne Koestenbaum.
How Many People Does it Take to Make Art Work?
Partners, gallerists, assistants, dancers, zombies. An artist’s practice is full of collaborators—five of New York’s most vital young artists share theirs.
Ring the Alarm: Artists Respond to Climate Change
If the purpose of art is to make people see the world in new ways—to open their eyes—then it's never been so urgent. Some artists are doing more than preaching to the choir.
Beyond the Break in Senegal
Paloma Elsesser joins Dakar's merry band of surfers, in this season's boldest prints. Photographed by Eddie Wrey. Fashion Editor: Gabriella Karefa-Johnson
Surfing in Senegal's Endless Summer
A glimpse into the previously locals-only surfing paradise.
Let Rashid Johnson Tell You About Shea Butter Yellow
As part of our recurring Color Code feature, the artist details the particular emotionality of his favorite hue.