Stephanie H. Shih's Food Ceramics Nourish Asian-American Memory
"The Asian-American community is so large, and yet there haven’t really been conversations specifically catered toward us — people are really hungry for it. No pun intended."
Jeff Loves Cicciolina: Looking Back at 'Made in Heaven'
The series dates back to 1989, but the themes of sexuality, love, lust, and taste that it raises are evergreen.
Rachel Rabbit White
Garage Magazine Issue 16
The Buddhist-Inspired Murakami Sculpture Behind Billie Eilish's GARAGE Cover
Takashi Murakami’s 2012 “Split” is a brilliant anomaly for an artist who otherwise says, “I’m utterly vulgar.”
There’s a Giant Orange Venus Sculpture at Duckie Brown
Artist Ohad Meromi’s new works were on display Tuesday night.
The 6 Most Provocative Pairings at the Met Breuer's New Sculpture Show
"Life Like," the Met Breuer's new show of realistic sculptures of the human body, is exceptional, but it shows a bias towards Western accounts of art history.
Julian A. Jimarez Howard
This Artist Wanted to Make Sculpture, So He Made a Mini Sculpture Museum
Pedro Reyes's new show is an encyclopedic tour of the genre—augmented by a dash of local politics.
Exploring Space at the Guggenheim Bilbao's 20th Anniversary Show
The exhibition sprawls throughout Frank Gehry's transformative building.
Helmut Lang’s Bra Purse is Now a Bra Purse Sculpture
Artist Rose Salane repurposes pieces from Shayne Oliver’s debut Helmut Lang collection into found-object sculptures, on view at the label’s New York and Los Angeles stores.
The 5 Most Exquisite Things We Saw At TEFAF New York
The Fall edition of TEFAF New York is a treasure trove of art, antiques, and oddities—where else can you spot Whoopi Goldberg shopping for illuminated manuscripts? These were the GARAGE team's five favorite finds.