larry clark on his astoundingly eccentric personal art collection
Last weekend, the iconic photographer and filmmaker opened ‘White Trash’ — an exhibition of artworks from his personal collection — at Luhring Augustine’s Bushwick gallery. Here, he shares the stories behind a few of the pieces.
new bushwick arts series will feature a dev hynes film and a 12-hour rave
All events are free with RSVP.
why local nyc artists are fighting ‘artwashing’
Gentrification in New York City is more complex than it looks.
ghe20g0th1k returns tonight with pop-up shop and warehouse party
Discover the latest incarnation of Venus X's legendary underground warehouse party.
new york's most feminist zine shop just opened in a laundromat
Talking gentrification and privilege with the owners of Troll Hole, the sex-positive Bushwick business contributing to the local community in a very creative way.
zachary cole smith sounds off on diiv’s nyc residency and market hotel’s new beginnings
As he prepares to play for three straight nights at the newly reopened Bushwick space, we catch up with DIIV’s frontman about what Market Hotel means to NYC DIY.
body paint, bondage, and the best hair looks at bushwig
Inspired by RuPual’s legendary Wigstock, Bushwig Festival celebrates Brooklyn’s thriving queer drag and music scene. Now in its third year, Bushwig brings together some of the most diverse performers from around the world. Sam Evans Butler shot the...
fashion's favorite illustrator draws brooklyn's most beautiful boys
As he opens a new show of personal portraits, Richard Haines tells us how Bushwick is a lot like Versailles.
straight ups: the most original looks at bushwick open studios
As Bushwick's arts community gave the public a peek inside their studios for the annual Bushwick Open Studios, Barbara Anastacio snapped some of the weekend's most unique looks. Check em out, straight up.
straight ups: street style in bushwick
Follow Kathy Lo’s lens and meet the coolest kids in Brooklyn’s youth haven: Bushwick, straight up!