I Made Three of Andy Warhol’s Weirdest Soup Flavors
Vegetarian Vegetable, Hot Dog Bean, Scotch Broth: what we can learn from these bizarre icons.
Jeff Koons, Virgil Abloh and Andy Cohen Discuss Andy Warhol As The Original Influencer
GARAGE presents an exclusive look at a new Whitney Museum video series devoted to the Pop artist's legacy.
Kerry James Marshall is Making His Own Pop Art
The artist's new show at David Zwirner in London questions the legacy of "white artists’ rebellious father-son relationship to art history."
Remember When This $80 Million Hockney Painting Was Parodied on “BoJack Horseman”?
The painting was knocked off, horse-style, on season one of ”BoJack Horseman.”
Sober Tripping with Wayne Thiebaud’s Candies
America’s top painter of sweets and delicacies is the only psychedelic I need.
Paige Katherine Bradley
The Met Proves That David Hockney Is More Than Just the Pool Guy
David Hockney's blockbuster retrospective offers total immersion into the life and taboo-busting work of a British master. GARAGE asked the show's curator how he approached presenting the oeuvre of an artist who's still innovative at age 80.
Meet the Curator Rethinking Painting
The first in GARAGE's new series of exchanges with rising and innovative curators focuses on Cathleen Chaffee of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, whose current show of work by Joe Bradley is the latest in a string of deep dives into painting.