Bob Colacello’s Curatorial Debut at Vito Schnabel Gallery

"The Age of Ambiguity: Abstract Figuration / Figurative Abstraction" on now in St Moritz

For those familiar with the name Bob Colacello, it may come as a surprise that he hasn’t curated a gallery exhibition until now. A close Warhol confidante—and the force behind Interview magazine through the 1970s until ’83—Colacello’s journalistic world developed in and around the Factory. As art director at the publication, he witnessed the emergence of some of today’s biggest names. Even now, as a …

Brain-picking Jeff Koons

Skateboarding Helsinki airport, picking Jeff Koons' brain, JetBlue stocks cricket bars and more in our weekly look at the web

Four of i-D magazine’s favorite (which for them, is admittedly synonymous with avant-garde) fashion designers—Gareth Pugh, Walter Van Beirendonck, Bernhard Willhelm and Jeremy Scott—confronted artist Jeff Koons with questions of their choice. Learn Koons’ preferred museum, what song he wants played at his funeral, his favorite work by another artist, why he’s so obsessed with balloons (and shiny things)—and who he’s got his money on …

JetBlue Swaps Peanuts for Crickets

Skateboarding Helsinki airport, picking Jeff Koons' brain, JetBlue stocks cricket bars and more in our weekly look at the web

Airplane cuisine has a bad reputation—and for good reason. The dubious dinners served at cruising altitude are rarely appetizing and almost never healthy. As of late, airlines have began to step up their game by offering higher quality dining options and more nutritious snacks. This week JetBlue announced it would be offering a healthy snack box for Mint and Core passengers on JFK to LAX …