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The Interrogator with Nicolas Vernhes

Animal Collective. Deerhunter. War on Drugs. Wild Nothing. New York City producer and engineer Nicolas Vernhes has helped craft the sound for some of indie music’s most notable new and established outfits. From the Greenpoint studio he opened in 2000, Rare Book Room, Vernhes works to create some of...

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In the Studio with Katherine Bernhardt

It’s a grey and rainy afternoon when I arrive at painter Katherine Bernhardt’s studio, a former car detailing shop with window decals still in place, on a quiet block of Brooklyn’s Flatbush neighborhood. But the environment the rising star ushers me into is, by comparison, a tropical paradise. Despite...

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The Interrogator with Paloma Teppa

Paloma Teppa is an artist who uses nature as her palette. Plant the Future, the gallery-cum-nursery she uses to display and sell her verdant works of art, is filled with succulents floating in bubble terrariums and tillandsia sticking out of pristinely white ceramic horses like manes. Every piece, small or...

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In the Studio with Marc Horowitz

Cheekier, wittier, smarter. Whatever the comparative suffix, LA-based artist Marc Horowitz has never been known as one to skimp. Since he catapulted into the spotlight a decade ago on a Crate & Barrel prank gone deliciously right (more on that later), the self-described “maximalist” has continued to push the boundaries...

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The Interrogator with Nina Johnson-Milewski

Gallery Diet has been a staple of the Miami art scene for years, a place to see the work of emerging and mid-career artists—both local and international—including Nicolas Lobo, Emmett Moore, Christy Gast, Bhakti Baxter, and others. Known for tight curation of smart and design-focused art, Diet was an early outpost...

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The Interrogator with Mr. Fong’s

These days, there are few places in Manhattan that manage to still feel undiscovered. But as you wind through the depths of lower Chinatown, the sound of the subway rattling overhead, everything that exists north of Canal seems to disappear. The tourists give way to locals and the traffic...

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Block Party: LA’s Franklin Village

Sandwiched between the 101 and the Hollywood Hills, Franklin Village is one of the smallest neighborhoods in Los Angeles. At just .5 square miles, the little village that could is one of the more recently recognized hoods in LA, receiving its official blue neighborhood sign in 2007. It’s a tiny,...

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Day to Night at SIXTY LES

Friends, drinks, a warm sweater, a brisk pool. When fall comes around, sometimes it’s all you need. It’s that pivotal step away from summer, to a time no longer defined by outdoor BBQs and balmy-night bar crawls. Dropping temperatures call for a slower, more focused pace–and not like that’s a bad...

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The Interrogator with Matthew Frost

The work of Matthew Frost is ripe with modern wit. Whether it’s fashion films for Vogue, portraiture for L’Officiel, or editorials in Jalouse, the London-born, NYC-based Frost is sure to add his particular brand of humor, defined–and, perhaps, helping to define–the zeitgeist of today. He is the master of...

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Block Party: Miami’s Wynwood District

Wynwood is a neighborhood in flux, and you can feel it on every block. After years of development, you’re just as likely to come across a contemporary art gallery or an artisanal bakery as you are a wholesale shoe warehouse in this long-time enclave of the working-class. It’s the...

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