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Author Mimi Zhu explores the power of love

In their debut book, 'Be Not Afraid of Love', the Brooklyn-based writer shares a series of achingly honest life lessons.
Ashley Tyner
a day ago
Art

Tesfaye Urgessa’s paintings are trippy snippets of real life

Inspired by Ethiopian iconography and German neo-expressionism, the artist explores topics like surveillance and racism in his canvas works.
Zoe Whitfield
2 days ago
Art

Joyce Lee’s modern, sensual surrealism explores the inner erotic

The artist's debut book 'Baron' is full of visual innuendo.
Isaac Muck
11.24.22
Culture

Charli XCX on her seasick school prom and Carrie

Get an exclusive look at an excerpt from A24’s new book, one dedicated to movies set on the dance floor.
Douglas Greenwood
11.24.22
Culture

Unpacking the cult following of A Little Life

As its English-language stage adaptation is announced, superfans discuss their love-hate relationship with Hanya Yanagihara's acclaimed novel.
Abigail Glasgow
11.23.22
Culture

Nick Knight on his NFTs of Jazzelle Zanaughtti and the metaverse

The legendary image-maker discusses ikon-1, his first NFT project, and why he thinks fashion's future is digital.
Joe Bobowicz
11.22.22
Art

Sola Olulode paints Black queer couples in bed

Using traditional techniques, the British-Nigerian artist taps into the possibility of a blissful and intimate existence.
Precious Adesina
11.18.22
Photography

Capturing the beauty of Latino & Afro-Latino folks from coast to coast

Photographer Andres Norwood talks anti-Blackness, gang violence and finally getting to a place where he can celebrate his heritage.
Emma Russell
11.18.22
Culture

Inside Little Tokyo Table Tennis, LA's inclusive ping-pong club

The studio behind cult clothing label Poche turned their love of the sport into a safe and uplifting space for diverse communities across the city.
Hailey Johnson
11.16.22
Film

Luca Guadagnino: “Queerbaiting? What is that?”

The director of ‘Bones and All’ on Timothée Chalamet, depicting the AIDS crisis in his work and what comes next.
Douglas Greenwood
11.15.22
Culture

Bala is the collective creating a new Tokyo culture, where anything goes

Five Y2K-inspired artists – musicians, a creative director and a 3D designer – are on a mission to change Japanese stereotypes.
Honoka Yamasaki
11.11.22
Art

The painter subverting passport imagery & the undocumented experience

Dalton Gata's portraits consider the marginalized identities most affected by official forms of identification.
Sarah Moroz
11.4.22
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