A critic confronts his old work, decades after abandoning it.
Believe it or not, part of the problem was the gift shop.
Food-obsessed artist Chloe Wise and her mixed-up relationship with ubiquity.
The art world does battle with Trump. And itself.
Reagan manipulated television. Trump is controlled by it.
Girls actor Andrew Rannells, who would rather not be a poster boy for anything.
The more metropolitan liberals resist, protest, and strike, the more foreign they will become to the rest of the country.
Living in a loft is so ubiquitous now that it’s easy to forget that it had to be invented, and the place where it was invented was downtown New York.
I. M. Pei, just days from his 100th birthday.
John Ridley is among Hollywood’s best writers on race.
The funniest woman alive is a new sitcom star at 70.
From teen idol to legit actor in seven easy steps.
Her role in the Amazon series I Love Dick has finally given the Yale Drama graduate a moment to, in her words, “feel fearless.”
How the Marvel Universe finally mastered style.
One Week and a Day is a squirm comedy about grieving.
British director Ben Wheatley’s Free Fire is meant to be a nihilist joke.
War Paint is less than the sum of its parts.
Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Rei Kawakubo’s constant quest for the new at Comme des Garçons.
Readers sound off on Kirsten Gillibrand, President Trump, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies. Mouse over or tap the image for related links.
Bushwick’s new beauty bar, tables with animal feet, and miniaturized cities.
The tri-city-based artist who always wears a hat and scarf.
4 Charles Prime Rib is a hidden supper club for deep-pocketed carnivores.
From Sabrett hot-dog cart to star chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s menu, the abcV recipe replaces round white cabbage with its frilly Savoy cousin.
In the midst of a fancy-egg-sandwich frenzy, here are eight excellent tributes.
A gallerist and an artist turned this Miami cottage into a guacamole-colored playground for their family of four.
With a $40 sofa, Zsa Zsa Gabor’s chest, and many cans of paint, Peter Schlesinger and Eric Boman have been remaking their home for the past 40 years.
A trip into Whitney Biennial artist Raúl de Nieve’s bead-strewn basement studio.
David Adjaye turned a garish Montauk spec house into a soothing, all-wood space where Adam Lindemann’s art collection takes pride of place.