Legendary Poet Eileen Myles’s New Book Is 'a Dog Memoir'
'Afterglow' is a book about dogs, narrated in part by Myles's dead pitbull, Rosie.
The Restless Youth Issue
California Anti-Fascists Want Racists and the Trump Administration to Be Afraid
The state has a long history of anarchist organizing dating back to the turn of the 20th century.
'The Lure' Is a Gorgeous Documentary About a Search for Literal Buried Treasure
We talked to the director of 'The Lure,' which follows an eccentric old millionaire and the treasure hunters looking for his buried loot in the Rocky Mountains.
Charlie Brooker Says the New Season of 'Black Mirror' Is All About Gaming
We caught up with the 'Black Mirror' creator to talk about the gamification of the show, and of the world.
An Interview with Andres Serrano, the Photographer Who Aestheticizes Violence
We caught up with the ever-provocative artist Andres Serrano to talk about his intense new exhibition, power, and stating the obvious.
The Strange, Sad Story of Laz Rojas, the 'One-Man Movie Studio'
Laz Rojas' self-shot acting reel—in which the filmmaker portrays over 100 characters—didn't get him cast, but it turned him into a cult favorite of the 1990s.
Miranda July and Paul Ford Cyberstalked Me
At the New Museum's annual Seven on Seven conference, the artist and technologist exposed the audience to itself.
Inside the World of Meth Addicts and Militias in Rural Louisiana
From pregnant strippers shooting up to militiamen wading through swampy waters, Roberto Minervini's documentary 'The Other Side' takes an intimate look at those living on the fringes of American society.
Cult Art Legend Tabboo! Talks About the New York Drag Scene of Yesteryear
We caught up with painter and famed drag performer Tabboo!, whose work appears this weekend at the Outsider Art Fair.
I'll Text U In My Dreams
In dreams, writing is hard, but texting and typing are easier than ever.
Maggie Lee's 'Mommy' Is a Devastating, Nuanced Documentary About Losing Your Parents
<i>Mommy</i> chronicles a return to Lee's childhood home in New Jersey in the wake of her mother's unexpected death. It's a collage of home videos, grief, cell phone videos, suburban memories, Kumon classes, stuffed animals, and GeoCities aesthetics.
Inside the Film School for Women and Children in War-Torn Afghanistan
George Gittoes's new documentary, 'Snow Monkey,' is like 'The Act of Killing' meets 'The Wolfpack' meets 'Lawrence of Arabia'—with the Taliban and ISIS thrown in.