The latest edition of The Last People, our ongoing series of fascinating individuals, features photographer Jordan Hemingway’s favorite New York personalities.
Kate Brittain’s sharp tale about desultory love and lust is the latest edition in our ongoing series of original short fiction.
With the opening of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture this weekend, take a look back at our feature on its architect and his global perspective—and his early sketches of the dazzling new museum.
A Beat-tinged fever dream makes up the latest edition of our ongoing series of original short fiction.
The architect trio has become an art-world favorite thanks to its sensitive, insightful designs for museums and galleries, as well as its gorgeous models, objects of desire in their own right.
The designers behind ADEAM, Marques’Almeida, and Opening Ceremony contribute costumes to new works premiering tonight at New York City Ballet’s Fall Gala.
The literary agent discovers that fiction can be more revealing than memoir in a début novel about loss, regret, and the impossibility of human connection.
A new collaboration from choreographer Wayne McGregor, musician Jamie xx, and artist Olafur Eliasson adapts Jonathan Safran Foer’s story for the stage.
The Last Word contributor debuts a first novel that is an unnervingly weird reflection of the consumerism, capitalism, and television commercials that surround us.
From choreographing for Beyoncé, Coldplay, and Alaïa to dancing with robots.