Jewelry auction houses bring to mind wealthy dowagers trading in pearl
strands, but a new generation of New York experts is refashioning the
houses’ stodgy reputation.
Cyberworld art star Ryan Trecartin makes over his band of merry
collaborators—and takes Arthur Lubow inside his digital dreamscape.
Given fashion’s current gender-bending obsession, a
collection suddenly makes sense.
Four female photographers tep in front of the camera—and out of their clothes.
Johnny Knoxville on how to succeed without really dying.
When it comes to the work of sculptors François-Xavier and Claude
Lalanne, beloved by such A-list collectors as Marc Jacobs and Peter
Marino, context is pretty much everything...
Their parents are well-known artists, but these two women are making it
on their own.
Karin Nelson meets the new downtown film auteurs.
Channeling New York drugstores and Midwestern malls, Josephine Meckseper showcases some of the richest accoutrements around.