GARAGE takes a closer look at More Than Minimal, an unsung exhibition of female and post-minimalist artists from over two decades ago, and finds that it paved the way for artists today.
In 2014, GARAGE editorial director Dasha Zhukova interviewed Net-a-Porter founder Natalie Massenet about the birth of internet shopping and her plans for world domination.
For Garage No. 11, gallerist Jeffrey Deitch locates a brash new generation of painters.
Exclusively for GARAGE No. 13, Martin Margiela created a flag that flutters for peace.
In GARAGE No. 6, we examined how the British artist shocked the art establishment at the turn of the 21st century by asserting a deeper link between the Old Masters and photography than had previously been suspected.
Know thy fashion statement.
In GARAGE’s inaugural issue, artist Taryn Simon shared a portfolio from her show “A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters.”
In the late nineteenth century, Symbolism gave rise to the bizarre and baroque imaginings of artists in revolt against a world dehumanized by technology and hurtling toward war. Today’s New Symbolist moment carries intriguing similarities.
Architect David Adjaye tells GARAGE why he admires Congolese sculptor Bodys Isek Kingelez, the subject of MoMA's first solo exhibition of work by a black African artist.
For GARAGE Issue No. 2, Mark Kidel took a deep dive into the psyche of Yayoi Kusama, the artist whose goal is self-obliteration.
For GARAGE Issue 10, Alexander Fury surveyed the influence of online self-invention at Prada, Fendi, and JW Anderson.
What does a bag of dead mice, one dead octopus, and a live cat all have a common?