September 8, 2019: The Zendaya by Simone Leigh Edition
Zendaya and Simone Leigh Are Going Beyond Beauty
In conversation with Thelma Golden, Director and Chief Curator of The Studio Museum in Harlem, Artists Simone Leigh and Zendaya come together to create a new vision of black womanhood. Photographed by Ryan McGinley.
Euphoria’s Emotional Realism
Why hyperbole is the only realistic thing when you’re a teen.
Jeremy Scott is Truly Outrageous
The designer does over-the-top '80s for Spring 2020.
Word Play and Women's Work with Eve Fowler
The artist's universe unrolls in two consecutive shows at Morán Morán in Los Angeles.
Kindness is Just Being Themselves
The musician and producer speaks to GARAGE about their new album "Something Like A War."
Broadway Has No Chill (and the Youth Can’t Get Enough)
For centuries, the theatre has been the place we go to be unmasked—and it might just be the saving grace of a social-media obsessed generation.
Sincerity vs. Authenticity: The New Metrics of Our Time
“Unfortunately, no one can be told what the matrix is. You have to see it for yourself.”
Emma Summerton Has "Landed"
Looking through the photographer's private stash of Polaroids ahead of her debut solo show at the Christophe Guy Galerie in Zurich.
Your Home Needs a Little More Edge
Bond Hardware's new furniture collection is the opposite of baby-proofing.
Looking for Something Warm
Alissa Bennett meditates on our collective obsession with Marilyn Monroe and the objects she left behind.
Is Online Piracy an Art Form?
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, also the defining aesthetic of our times, probably.