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Iggy Pop and Ottessa Moshfegh examine the pathologies of contemporary culture
Conversations

Iggy Pop and Ottessa Moshfegh examine the pathologies of contemporary culture

For Document’s Tenth Anniversary issue, Iggy Pop joins Ottessa Moshfegh to discuss raging against the machine, weaponizing established paradigms, and leaving New York for greener pastures

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From the Archive: Frankie Knuckles and Honey Dijon bring down the house
Tenth Anniversary

From the Archive: Frankie Knuckles and Honey Dijon bring down the house

The late Frankie Knuckles and Honey Dijon both brought Chicago house music to New York, albeit in different decades. Here, the DJs reminisce about a pre-digitized music world and the joys of imperfection in a live mix for Document's Spring/Summer 2013 issue.

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From the Archive: Susanne Bartsch talks with Joey Arias about resurrecting nightlife countless times over
Tenth Anniversary

From the Archive: Susanne Bartsch talks with Joey Arias about resurrecting nightlife countless times over

Joey Arias—singer, artist, and performer—catches up with Susanne in her apartment in the Chelsea Hotel and recalls their very first meeting in Soho.

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From the Archive: Lady Bunny and Jimmy Paul on perfecting the art of hair and performance
Tenth Anniversary

From the Archive: Lady Bunny and Jimmy Paul on perfecting the art of hair and performance

Famed drag queen Lady Bunny and hairdresser Jimmy Paul cover wigstock, truck stop makeup touch-ups, and the hair related dangers of cab rides.

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From the Archive: Erykah Badu on her love for New York, Earl Sweatshirt, and her irreplicable style
Tenth Anniversary

From the Archive: Erykah Badu on her love for New York, Earl Sweatshirt, and her irreplicable style

Erykah Badu discusses her nonprofit work in Dallas and a collaboration with Givenchy in Document's Spring/Summer 2014 issue.

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From the Archive: Willem Dafoe takes you inside his fanaticism
Tenth Anniversary

From the Archive: Willem Dafoe takes you inside his fanaticism

Writer and critic John Ortved sits down with the prolific actor to discuss the ritual of performance, falling in love with one's craft, and why Dafoe brings only a suitcase to set.

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Essential Daily Briefings

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Tenth Anniversary

Celebrating a decade of independent thought and culture

Conversations

Casual Encounters with Remarkable Minds

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Fashion Portfolios

Auguries of Innocence
Fashion Portfolio

Auguries of Innocence

Photographer Mark Borthwick and Document’s fashion and creative director Sarah Richardson collaborate with model and actress Iris Law on this fashion portfolio for Document’s Winter...

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Essays and Exposés

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Documented

Visual Reportage and Artist Portfolios

THING, the revolutionary magazine that chronicled the birth of Chicago’s queer, Black club culture
Documented

THING, the revolutionary magazine that chronicled the birth of Chicago’s queer, Black club culture

DeForrest Brown, Jr. takes us inside the countercultural publication that served as a relic of desire and community-building before the internet

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