september 15, 2019

September 15, 2019: Amy Sherald, Gus Van Sant, and the Best of NYFW

September 15, 2019: Amy Sherald, Gus Van Sant, and the Best of NYFW

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.

Thea Ballard

Are You Ready For the Gothic Renaissance?

Because it's not a phase, it's a lifestyle. Photographer Emma Summerton and GARAGE's Fashion Director Gabriella Karefa-Johnson concoct a beachy goth fantasy.

GARAGE Magazine

A Maslow Hierarchy of New York Fashion Week Needs

Which items from the city's Spring 2020 collections fulfill your esteem needs?

Laia Garcia-Furtado

The Must See Shows in London this Fall

From Kara Walker, to William Blake, and even Anna Delvey; these are the shows everyone will be talking about.

Hettie Judah

Show Us Your Screenshots: Michael Halpern

With new technologies come new forms of voyeurism.

Michael Halpern

Gus Van Sant's Hollywood Boulevard

In a new show at Vito Schnabel Gallery, the filmmaker, now painter, goes deep on Los Angeles' storied thoroughfare.

Nadja Sayej

Unbridled: The Wild Equestrian Statues of Jean-Marie Appriou

The young French sculptor brings his aluminum stable to Central Park.

Dan Thawley

Accidental Style Icon: Michel Foucault

The French philosopher, who literally recommended care for the Self, is proof that so-called "public intellectuals" tend to have the best style.

Colleen Kelsey

The Dystopian Vision of Makeup Artist Mimi Choi

Ezra Miller’s Met Gala MUA on her vivid creations, articulating her hallucinations and sleep paralysis.

Samantha Tse

Painter Marcus Jahmal Doubles Down

The artist, whose new show just opened at Almine Rech, counts Thom Browne, dice games, and his dog as inspirations.

Scott Indrisek

Hassan Hajjaj is No Shrinking Violet

The photographer's retrospective opens this week at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris.

Nadja Sayej

Sitting Pretty: These Amigo Modern Snack Chairs Won’t Save the World

(And maybe that's ok)

Tyler Watamanuk