Hilton Als.COURTESY TRIPLE CANOPY

Hilton Als.

COURTESY TRIPLE CANOPY

A few days after he won the Pulitzer Prize for criticism, Hilton Als walked to a busted black metal door in deep Chinatown, was buzzed up, and took the stairs to a party in his honor, in a Bowery loft dotted with ashtrays getting filled with ash, where he was greeted by a large group of artists, writers, critics, and friends such as the actor and art collector Steve Martin, who had a car and driver waiting outside.

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Marisol, The Generals, 1962.ALBRIGHT-KNOX ART GALLERY

Marisol, The Generals, 1962.

ALBRIGHT-KNOX ART GALLERY

Late last year, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York, announced that it had raised $103 million of the $125 million needed for its OMA/Shohei Shigematsu–designed expansion, thanks to a $42.5 million donation from investor and gold enthusiast Jeffrey Gundlach.

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Dianne Bos, Frezenberg Ridge, near the Princess Patricia's Light Infantry Memorial, Belgium, 2014. COURTESY THE ARTIST

Dianne Bos, Frezenberg Ridge, near the Princess Patricia’s Light Infantry Memorial, Belgium, 2014.

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CAMP GETAWAY

CLUB GETAWAY

The modern world is incredible. If you wait long enough, your favorite cult celebrity will probably end up hosting a cruise or summer camp of some sort.

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The future headquarters of there-there, on Fountain Avenue in East Hollywood.PHOTO BY SHARON SUH

The future headquarters of there-there, on Fountain Avenue in East Hollywood.

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The future headquarters of there-there, on Fountain Avenue in East Hollywood.PHOTO BY SHARON SUH

The future headquarters of there-there, on Fountain Avenue in East Hollywood.

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Damien Hirst, Demon with Bowl (Exhibition Enlargement) (detail), 2014.JANELLE ZARA

Damien Hirst, Demon with Bowl (Exhibition Enlargement) (detail), 2014.

JANELLE ZARA

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