Based on a 2001 symposium at the Getty Research Institute, Harry Smith: The Avant-Garde in the American Vernacular surveys the artist’s influence on American film, music, and the visual arts.
From Frank Sinatra to Foo Fighters, Five Hundred 45s: A Graphic History of the Seven-Inch Record chronicles more than half a century of vinyl-single art, all reproduced at original size.
We tracked down Lily Cole and asked her about working with Terry Gilliam, losing Heath Ledger, and her everyday role as a Cambridge scholar.
With a knack for pushing boundaries musically via punk pioneer-band X, Exene Cervenka has been also channeling her immense creativity via a series of rich, complex collages.
Kumail Nanjiani takes a break from his busy schedule to chat with us about being a shy kid and the etiquette involved in appearing on The Late Show with David Letterman.
Co-produced by Neil Patrick Harris and Tom Salamon, Accomplice: Hollywood sends teams of intrepid folks along Hollywood Boulevard in a race to save the life of troubled faux-celebrity Nikki Desmond.
It’s been a busy year for artist Gary Baseman. He’s had an intensely personal solo show in Israel, traveled across Japan in support of his friend and colleague Mark Ryden, and been hard at work staging the elements of his elaborate exhibition.
From his gut-wrenching addiction memoir Permanent Midnight to his latest novel, Pain Killers, Jerry Stahl’s biting, fast-paced prose has always resisted compromise.
The “Missed Connections” ad I’ve dreamed about finding on Craigslist.