Any seasoned traveler knows no matter how small the weekend bag, you don’t forget a book and a bottle of perfume.
We have entered the hellish apex of midsummer , though thankfully, ours involves thigh sweat and overcrowded trains rather than hallucinogen-induced torture in a seemingly pastoral Swedish village.
Photo by Dejan Jovanovic. A couple miles outside of Basel, during the city’s infamous art fair, a joining of cultural houses took place in a deconstructed firehouse
Photo by Casi Moss. Courtesy A24
The work of Petra Collins might, at first glance, seem like an aberrant transmission from a dazzling, alternate universe, but to her, it’s just reality. The photographer and director, known for her dreamlike portraits (of the likes of Kiko Mizuhara and Young Thug ) and beguiling videos (for pop superstars Cardi B and Selena Gomez ) has turned the lens around for her latest book.
Bodega—a Bushwick/Ridgewood-based rock band —hasn’t “particularly blown the fuck up,” according to Madison Velding-VanDam, the band’s guitarist. But Bodega is certainly close to blowing the fuck up, at least within New York’s underground music scene.
“I don’t think I’m lucky; I think I have a tough constitution. That’s a lot of it. And I’ve been wise enough to listen to other people.” Iggy Pop , considered by many to be the original rock god bad boy, has been pulling all the antics—onstage and off—to the delight of punk fans for generations, but he has a quiet side, too—one that’s captured with electric intimacy by photographer Paul McAlpine in his new book Iggy Pop: Bare and Real.
Photography by Sarah Pardini On the rare occasion Zach Shields is spotted at an adult swingers club, it’s probably because the comedian Thomas Middleditch convinced him to go. While Shields might pass for a male model with his icy blue eyes and chiseled jawline (the result of lots of gum-chewing, he says), he’s made his career behind the camera, most recently as the writer of the mega-blockbuster Godzilla: King of the Monsters . And as the writer stereotype goes, he’s kind of on the shy side
That Time When is Interview’s weekly 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 open up our June 2006 issue with cover star Lindsay Lohan, a woman of change, in honor of her 33rd birthday. The fiery redhead may have stolen viewers’ hearts with iconic movie roles in The Parent Trap and Mean Girls , but Lindsay Lohan was also an early-aughts fashion icon.
Coffee Table Curator is a monthly series showing—no, telling—you which art and culture books to add to your living room repertoire; your remote control and beer-stained coasters will look chic by association.