Best iPhone 2019 Which Apple phone is the best for you?

Picking the best iPhone got a bit more complicated in late 2018 after Apple launched three new picks in the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. We’ve ranked these three new flagship iPhones, as well as the older handsets, so you can find the best iPhone for you. Our recommendations round out the … Read moreBest iPhone 2019 Which Apple phone is the best for you?

The Pioneers of Postmodern Dance, 60 Years Later

ON A MID-DECEMBER morning at her home studio, which is perched on a wooded hill near Mount Tamalpais in Marin County, Calif., the 98-year-old dance artist Anna Halprin was leading a movement class. “Think about positive and negative space,” she said, observing from a director’s chair as her 12 students — a retired preschool teacher, … Read moreThe Pioneers of Postmodern Dance, 60 Years Later

Three Days in Paris With the Designer Combining Sportswear and Couture

On a Monday afternoon in mid-March, in the mezzanine office of her studio near the Ménilmontant neighborhood of Paris, the French designer Christelle Kocher pauses briefly to re-bedazzle her blue acrylic nails. She carefully pulls a diamanté out of a pile and, using tweezers, daubs it with glue and then applies it to her nail … Read moreThree Days in Paris With the Designer Combining Sportswear and Couture

In Chile, Homes as Extreme as the Landscape Itself

In Chile, Homes as Extreme as the Landscape Itself Immense and indomitable, the country’s dramatic topography and climate have produced unique and spectacular takes on Modernist architecture. By Michael Snyder March 19, 2019 Leer en español AT THE EDGE of Concepción, a small city in southern Chile, a 60-foot tower stands on a hill, a … Read moreIn Chile, Homes as Extreme as the Landscape Itself

The ‘Deuce’ Actor Who Also Reupholsters Vintage Chairs

Two dozen ornate antique chairs upholstered in densely patterned Ankara, Shweshwe and Malian mud cloth ring the dining room of the actor Gbenga Akinnagbe’s Bedford-Stuyvesant brownstone, as though primed for a Pan-African conclave’s formal dinner party. But really, it looks like this most of the time, because the dining room doubles as the stockroom for … Read moreThe ‘Deuce’ Actor Who Also Reupholsters Vintage Chairs

A Beloved Restaurant Where Fried Chicken Achieves Its Highest Form

In this series for T, the author Reggie Nadelson revisits New York institutions that have defined cool for decades, from time-honored restaurants to unsung dives. A February night in Harlem, 7 in the evening, and at Charles’ Country Pan Fried Chicken, a faint aroma wafts out on the cold night air. At 132nd Street and … Read moreA Beloved Restaurant Where Fried Chicken Achieves Its Highest Form

Three Bedrooms, One Bathroom and an Art Gallery

IN 1957, LEO CASTELLI converted the living room of his apartment on East 77th Street into an art gallery, a modest gesture that would come to have serious reverberations. It was in that living room that Castelli staged important early exhibitions with work by the likes of Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg, quickly establishing a … Read moreThree Bedrooms, One Bathroom and an Art Gallery

Chloë Sevigny’s Most Prized (and Unlikely) Possession

In this series, Emily Spivack, the author of “Worn Stories,” interviews creative people about their most prized possessions. Here, the actress Chloë Sevigny describes her longtime interest in Damien Echols, one of the West Memphis Three — the teenagers who were wrongfully convicted and imprisoned for murdering three boys in West Memphis, Ark., in 1993 … Read moreChloë Sevigny’s Most Prized (and Unlikely) Possession

Joe Mantello and Stanley Whitney on the ’80s and the Evolution of Their Work

The abstract painter Stanley Whitney — known for his signature grids of bold color inspired by jazz, American craft quilting and the midcentury Color Field artists — has been making art in New York for more than 50 years, but only in the last decade has he attracted widespread attention from curators and collectors. One … Read moreJoe Mantello and Stanley Whitney on the ’80s and the Evolution of Their Work