GlitterGuts‘ photographers and cofounders Sarah Joyce and Eric Strom set up an impromptu studio in Pitchfork’s Book Fort to capture portraits of the authors, readers, and festivalgoers passing through. Book Fort at Pitchfork 2018
Photographer Tim Nagle covered Kweku Collins both backstage and during his Pitchfork performance on Sunday afternoon. Kweku at Pitchfork 2018
Can we just talk about Ms. Lauryn Hill‘s glorious outfit for the closing night of Pitchfork 2018? Such a bold mix of proportions, volumes, textures, gender identifiers, and casual/formal pieces. Mixing is where it’s at. And festivalgoers also did that beautifully, with a very diverse crowd sporting outfits that go way beyond the basic boho […]
Hill’s Sunday-night headlining set celebrated the 20th anniversary of The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, one of the greatest albums in the history of the genre.
Blood Orange’s Devonté Hynes hopes to bring about a more just world, though he doesn’t seem much concerned with one particular injustice—the fact that he isn’t a global star.
In his first local show of the year, Chicago rapper Saba balanced his desire to honor a murdered friend with the necessity to entertain a huge festival crowd.
David Wojnarowicz, scourge of presidents Reagan and Bush, is honored at Block Museum and Iceberg Projects gallery.
Carnaval 2018 more goings on 7/20-7/22.
The rough edges are deliberate, but they could use a little bit of smoothing.
Two plays by Dan Mozurkewich present us with a pair of misfit saviors.
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We have a winner! (Of our Pitchfork cover contest, that is.) And also a key to help you decipher Jason Wyatt Frederick’s riot of an illustration.
Vampires, stalkers, monsters, and other horrors included.
Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez, who is taking on Deb Mell, closely resembles the 28-year-old socialist from the Bronx who upset a powerful congressman in New York.