Great Women Artists , a massive yellow-tinted book, is an extensive collection of art spanning over 500 years and featuring over 400 passionate, diverse artists—and they’re all women. The artists are from over 50 countries, each with their own backgrounds, cultures, and histories, and encompass various mediums, from painting and sculpture, to photography and video installations. The collection promotes art created by every type of woman, and reflects on an era when art made by women, for women, is more prominent than ever. ” G reat Women Artists is the most extensive fully illustrated book of women artists ever published,” said Laurent Claquin, head of Kering Americas
Helena Bonham Carter photographed by Peter Lindbergh for our May 2012 issue. This place has everything . Clowns
“Going Out” is a column celebrating the legacy of our founder, Andy Warhol.
Photo by Will Hubbard. This is “Add to Queue,” our attempt to sort through the cacophony of music floating in the algorithmic atmosphere by consulting the experts themselves. Our favorite musicians tell us about their favorite music—the sad, the happy, the dinner party-y, the songs they want played at their funeral. In this edition, we speak with Caroline Polachek , singer-songwriter and former lead vocalist for indie R&B duo Chairlift . Her new album, Pang , produced by PC Music’s Danny L Harle, is the first to be released under her full name, and it is an emotional, synth-lush pop journey.
“Into” is a series dedicated to objects, artworks, garments, exhibitions, and all orders of things that we are into — and there really isn’t a lot more to it than that. Today: Writer Madeleine Holth explores her infatuation with a faux diamond necklace that looks like it was fished out of a swamp.
Jacket by Dsquared2. Bodysuit by Michael Kors Collection.
All Clothing and Accessories: Michael Kors Collection. Since storming the fashion world at 14, Ruby Aldridge has flexed an ambition that goes far beyond the catwalk.
All Clothing and Accessories: Michael Kors Collection. For the artist Misha Kahn, less is a bore. Known for his maximal, playful furniture-as-sculpture , the RISD graduate has been making the most of the most in his exhibitions—from Friedman Benda in New York to the Dallas Contemporary—since he was first featured in the Museum of Modern Art’s NYC Makers biennial in 2014
From the June 1973 issue of Interview. That Time When is Interview’ s trip through the pop cultural space-time continuum, where we return to some of the most overlooked moments from issues past. In this edition, we revisit our June 1973 column about some overheard “golden gossip” about two of Hollywood’s greatest leading ladies, Marlene Dietrich and Marilyn Monroe.
Artist Enoc Perez. Photo by Frederick Egan Castleberry. Courtesy of the artist and Ben Brown Fine Arts