With idiosyncratic paintings that juggle references ranging from Matisse to Modelo Especiál, the painter Danny Fox’s body of work is as tangled as it is impressive.
Photo courtesy of Simon & Schuster Regardless of your outlook on the age of push notifications announcing endless political fuckery in the United States and beyond, it is upon us. Fortunately, amid the talking heads and paid columnists working out of open-floor plan bunkers, there are a handful of sage, and sane, writers doing the important work of putting language to a radical moment. Rebecca Traister is one such writer, performing the roles of polemicist, therapist, documentarian, and, when she’s not writing a book or her column for New York magazine, mother
“You’ve got to understand,” says Richard Habberley, “I went to a nightclub when I was 15, and I didn’t come back until I was 27.” The former club kid and current super agent to supermodels has made a book of these peripatetic days and nights (mostly nights) spent in the clubs and flats of London in the late 1970s through the early 1980s. At age 16, his roommate was George Alan O’Dowd, or Boy George, who was just beginning his ascent to the top of the charts during the summer of 1982
For sixteen years, the artist Richard Bernstein served as a surrogate for the very particular vision of Andy Warhol’s Interview magazine. The 189 covers that he created canonized the blur of New York City’s highlife from 1972 through 1988, when Warhol et
For 16 years, the artist Richard Bernstein served as a surrogate for the very particular vision of Andy Warhol’s Interview magazine. The 189 covers that he illustrated created a visual language for the heady blur of New York City’s high life from 1972 through 1988, when Warhol, Bob Colacello, and their hybrid social set of downtown artists and uptown elites would troop to the city’s dining rooms to record their legendary conversations
John Waters has been shocking and offending filmgoers since the 1960s. From his gross-out camp manifesto, Pink Flamingos (1972)—starring his audacious muse, the late drag queen Divine—to cult blockbusters such as Hairspray (1988) and Cry-Baby (1990), the irreverent, viciously clever Waters dives head first into the black heart of American culture.
Mette Ingvartsen is no prude. Over the past five years, the Brussels-based Danish artist has been studying the orgasmic, sometimes sinister history of human sexuality.
Supermodel Ashley Graham works out five times a week while 7.3 million followers watch along. Here are four of her best tips for living your own #fitlife, no matter your follower count.
One of the many bookshelves in the Washington Heights townhouse of Kurt Thometz.
Because, why not? It’s fall. ——— Sweater and Hat by PRADA Heejung Wears: Sweater by Valentino.