Finstagrams—a fake, secondary Instagram account shared only with trusted friends—can help you elude the pitfalls of our too-polished social media era.
While acknowledging our digital present, the Chicago Architecture Biennial's sprawling sophomore installment snubs celebrity and takes a deep dive into history, material, and process.
'80s titan Peter Halley's current exhibition at Greene Naftali comes with some surprising bells and whistles, but is it anything genuinely new, or a misjudged attempt at an Elvis-style comeback?
Aimee Walleston looks forward at MoMA’s new fashion-centric exhibition, "Items: Is Fashion Modern?", and back at the exhibition’s predecessor, 1944’s "Are Clothes Modern?"
Takashi Murakami, master of the post-anime "superflat" aesthetic, has brought his older work into dialogue with some ambitious new projects, transforming the GARAGE Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow—and several other museums—into wild visual playpens.
A new exhibition traces the social and political upheaval of New York City in the 1960s and '70s through surveillance photos taken by a special police division.
Boasting a subterranean foam party and a urine-soaked karaoke chamber, MoMA PS1's Thursday night fall season opener was anything but studious.
In their electric new paintings, Jordan Casteel and Celeste Dupuy-Spencer fly the flag for a new wave of American figurative painting that casts the subtleties of race in a newly engaging light.
Hailing from Puerto Rico and now resident in the Magic City, curator María Elena Ortiz is bringing artists' diverse stories to light.
Why Gucci invited one of the fashion world’s toughest critics, the Instagram account @diet_prada, behind the scenes of their Spring Summer 2018 show.
Why Shayne Oliver is making bizarro it-bags for Helmut Lang and Vaquera's bathrobe ball gown looks so fun.
A party for Richardson's collaboration with Pornhub—plus something far more refined at Brandon Maxwell, and Future takes his mask off for Philipp Plein.