Mathew Cerletty's Objects Are Closer Than They Appear
The paintings in his solo show at The Power Station reveal a part of ourselves in the quotidian.
Lisa Yuskavage Will Be Wearing Something Extremely Flammable to Her Own Funeral
A new show of the artist's work is now on view at David Zwirner's online viewing room—but before you head over there, read her answers to the GARAGE Questionnaire.
Shannon Cartier Lucy Finds Her Home
After a ten year-hiatus, the painter returns with a new body of work, and solo shows in New York, Miami, and Los Angeles.
Hernan Bas' Finds Beauty in Limbo
History and fantasy mix in the artist's new show at Lehmann Maupin in New York.
Christina Quarles Paints the Outermost Edges of the Self
The artist's show at Hepworth Wakefield is her first solo show in a European museum.
GARAGE Magazine Issue 17
Amy Sherald's Color Code: To Sea or Not To Sea
Michelle Obama's portraitist takes us on a virtual tour of her favorite shade of green.
Ceramicist Katie Kimmel is 'Going Full Egg'
The artist's upcoming L.A. show draws inspiration from the egg caricatures her great-grandfather used to draw.
Is Maximalism the Most Overlooked Art Movement Ever?
A new show at ICA Boston might just be the remedy.
Artist Leelee Kimmel Paints 'Like A Game of Twister'
This is the artist’s first solo show at Almine Rech, Paris.
Theresa Chromati's New Growth
The Baltimore raised, Brooklyn-based artist speaks on her practice, and hooks us up with a playlist.
How John Currin's Freaky-Ass Paintings Helped Me See Myself
There's a lot of power in unflinching female asymmetry.
Chantal Joffe Uses Painting To Chart the Maternal Bond
Joffe is modernizing the long-standing tradition of female artists painting their children.