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  1. design hunting
    Tour a New York Rarity: A (Mostly) Untouched Artist’s LoftTaken with the endless possibilities of a 4,000-square-foot space, decorator Cheryl Mowinckel did what most people can’t: She left it alone — almost.
  2. space of the week
    Preview an Immersive Installation of Contemporary Queer ArtworkTextile artist Liz Collins curated portraits by 95 queer artists to create an totally transformative experience.
  3. art and design 2017
    A Trip Into the Bead-Strewn Studio of a Whitney Biennial Artist“It’s inspiring because once I leave this room, there’s nowhere else that looks like this,” says Raúl de Nieve.
  4. space of the week
    This New Group Champions Representation in the Art and Design WorldsMalene Barnett describes her Black Artists + Designers Guild as “a curated collective of black artists and designers throughout the African diaspora.”
  5. spring design
    An Artist’s Apartment Where Just About Everything Is on Exhibit“Rooms can become livable works of art,” says Doug Meyer.
  6. spring design
    A Sculptor’s Colorful Live-Work Space, Hidden Behind a Garage FacadeThe nondescript brick exterior of artist Leonardo Drew’s studio gives no hint of what’s inside.
  7. design hunting
    Tour an Ideal New York Artists’ Townhouse – With a Bit of Morocco Thrown In“We love what an oasis it is behind the brick façade — it feels a bit like our own Moroccan riad.
  8. fashion
    How Does UGG Make You Feel?The brand partners with the Hammer Museum to Launch Made in L.A. 2020.
  9. legacies
    John Baldessari Was Anything But BoringHis art was mystically simple: splendid when it was good, entrancing and gleeful when it was great.
  10. the lost canon
    Beauford Delaney Very Nearly Disappeared from Art HistoryAs a black, gay painter, even when he was celebrated, it was not as an equal to his contemporaries.
  11. art
    Man Duct-tapes Banana to Wall, Makes $240,000, Credits New York MagazineHowever, a prankster has now eaten the banana.
  12. instagram
    9 of the Funniest Cartoonists and Illustrators on InstagramMix up your feed with some original work by these very talented artists.
  13. behind the scenes
    Whitney Biennial Artists Reveal the Creative Processes Behind Their 2019 WorkJeffrey Gibson is one of five artists sharing their stories in an upcoming video series.
  14. art
    Women Artists on Their Favorite Artworks at Their Local MuseumsFor a new book, It Speaks to Me, Jori Finkel asked 50 artists to discuss an artwork they find inspiring.
  15. art
    Whitney Biennial Artists Share Mood Boards for Their WorksWhat were they thinking about when they made that?
  16. photography
    Gucci Publishes Photos of Famous Artists EatingPhotographer Paige Powell opens up her archive for a new book set.
  17. one grand books
    Kenny Scharf’s 10 Favorite BooksHaruki Murakami, Carl Jung, and more.
  18. let’s makeup
    Marilyn Manson Loves This New NARS LipstickThe new collection was designed and named by artist Connor Tingley.
  19. beauty interview
    Kelly Rowland’s New Song Will Help You Love Your HairThe music video, too.
  20. art basel 2018
    ‘I Use Beauty as a Trap’Ebony Patterson’s work is a highlight of Art Basel Miami.
  21. vulture guides
    Jerry Saltz’s 33 Rules for Being an ArtistHow to go from clueless amateur to generational talent (or at least live life a little more creatively).
  22. look book
    The Illustrator With a Mom-Approved Buzz Cut“Feeling like I had the rather uncommon approval of my mother, I went for it.”
  23. women and power
    Jenny Holzer Made Good Things Out of HorrorThe 68-year-old Conceptual artist has become an idol for our online era.
  24. aquaman
    The Woman Who Made Aquaman a StarA conversation with award-winning artist Ramona Fradon, who drew Aquaman for most of the 1950s — and “doesn’t get” Jason Momoa’s iteration.
  25. q & a
    Meet the Instafamous Artist Who Knows All About HeartsAnd he’s collaborating with Elizabeth Arden.
  26. happenings
    Watch the Trailer for the Yayoi Kusama DocumentaryKusama Infinity arrives in theaters today.
  27. fashion
    Painters, Photographers, and Sculptors Interpret Fall’s Best ClothesWe invited 14 creatives to do with this season’s fashion as they pleased.
  28. art
    The End of Nature at Storm King Art Center in New YorkA new exhibition features works by artists responding to mankind’s not so stately ordering up of a change in the world’s weather.
  29. art
    5 Must-See Artists at Frieze New York This WeekendPreview some of the Cut’s favorite pieces from the highly anticipated art fair.
  30. art
    Can a Man Still Paint a Female Nude?Paintings of naked women, usually by clothed men, are suddenly sitting very uncomfortably on gallery walls.
  31. gallery
    The Instagram-Famous Artist Inspired by Pastries and Cream-Cheese PackagingKindah Khalidy explains the art of painting brightly colored blobs ahead of her exhibition opening this Friday at San Francisco’s Chandran Gallery.
  32. look book
    The Artist and Goldendoodle Who Are Soho Regulars“We used to be friends with Neville, Marc Jacobs’s dog, but we haven’t seen him around lately.”
  33. spring fashion 2018
    The Breakthrough Women of Artist Deborah RobertsIn a series of collages, the multimedia artist pairs images of black heroines with the clothes of the season.
  34. profile
    Barbara Kruger ForeverThe essential artist talks Ikea, Trump, hypebeasts, sex, and power.
  35. the industry
    Chuck Close Apologizes After Sexual-Harassment Allegations: ‘I Am Truly Sorry’“I acknowledge having a dirty mouth, but we’re all adults.”
  36. portfolio
    The Photographer Who Considers Herself More of a ‘Visual Activist’South African artist Zanele Muholi’s self-portraits seem familiar at first, but the details tell a bigger story.
  37. look book
    The Artist Who’s Been Wearing All White Since 1998“It is the color that’s most like light. And in some ways it’s a wish: a wish to let go and be blank, to let go of your ego.”
  38. 50th anniversary issue
    For New York’s 50th Anniversary Issue, Alex Katz Revisits His ‘Subway Drawings’His New Yorkers still look a lot like their counterparts of 70 years ago, even as fedoras and broadsheets have given way to ballcaps and iPhones.
  39. art
    This Exhibit Wants to Challenge Everything You Think You Know About GenderMeet the artists showing in the New Museum’s “Trigger: Gender As a Tool and a Weapon.”
  40. space of the week
    Remembering Jeremiah Goodman, Who Painted Famous Rooms and Conjured Other WorldsThe artist, who painted dreamy, impressionistic watercolors of some of the grandest spaces in the world, died last week in New York at the age of 94.
  41. look book
    The Sculptor Who Describes His Style As ‘Postapocalyptic Peasant’“Someone the other day said I looked like a beekeeper.”
  42. gallery
    Creative Women Need to Know About Art Girl ArmyIt’s the grassroots, millennial version of Audrey Gelman’s The Wing.
  43. This One-of-a-Kind Video Artist Is Doing Something That Will Twist Your Mind▶️ And it will make you think about your life.
  44. gallery
    Burying Secrets in Green-Wood Cemetery With Sophie Calle and Creative TimeA visit to her new Brooklyn art project.
  45. gallery
    How to Tell If Your Child Is a Future Art StarProjectArt hosts an exhibition of the very early works of famous artists.
  46. art and design 2017
    22 Artists, Critics, and Curators on What Makes Protest Art SuccessfulWe asked what works they’d found most powerful in the current climate — and what works from the past they felt inspiring in new ways.
  47. art and design 2017
    The ‘Carb Artist’ Who Makes Work Out of Fake Food and Real AspirationsChloe Wise and her mixed-up relationship with ubiquity.
  48. art and design 2017
    Inside a Home for Two Artists, Constantly Remade Over 40 YearsPeter Schlesinger and Eric Boman have been working on their 4,000-square-foot loft in the Flatiron District since the ’70s.
  49. feature
    Jerry Saltz: My Life As a Failed ArtistDecades after giving up the dream for good, an art critic returns to the work he’d devoted his life to, then abandoned — but never really forgot.
  50. look book
    The Tri-City-Based Artist Who Always Wears a Hat and Scarf“They’ve become, I don’t know, a kind of mark of myself. They’re part of my personality.”
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