American Dharma, a film by Errol Morris, dives deep into the mind of Steve Bannon and finds him insane. YRB scores the interview.
The real Al Sharpton is neither hero nor villain, but he’s something many Americans can’t handle: an outspoken man of color.
In his House of Cardin interview, Jonn Nubian, adds a Pierre Cardin feature to his list of wins. Nubian’s YRB‘s Executive Editor and a prolific interviewer. He brings the designer home to New York. Figuratively.
Bad Bitch Sophia Chang says, “I call myself the CAO, the Chief Agitation Officer.” The interview with YRB Magazine’s Jonn Nubian leaves no doubt. She’s the cultural spark we’d have to invent if she wasn’t already here.
Danny Simmons Alone Together collects recent paintings by the abstract expressionist whose complex, subtle works defy an ebullient personality. Simmons is an artist worth discovering or rediscovering. It’s up at the George Billis Gallery, 521 West 26th Street, 7th Floor, in New York City, until September 28th.
Domingo Zapata talks with Jonn Nubian New York’s largest Mural, painted on vinyl, covers One Times Square with pop art excitement. Artist Domingo Zapata talked with our friend, YRB mag’s Jonn Nubian, about it.
About Inside XY Chelsea Manning, a conversation with YRB’s senior editor Jonn Nubian at the Tribeca Film Festival
Birth of the Cool released anew: YRB’s Jonn Nubian talks to the next Miles Davis generation Before Kind of Blue, the best jazz album of all time, the Miles David Nonet released Birth of the Cool. That groundbreaking album gets featured in a new release today. YRB‘s executive […]