Last week, the often black-clad fashion designer Rick Owens unveiled his retrospective “Subhuman Inhuman Superhuman” at Barneys New York, proving that he is indeed also a minimal abstract artist. The multi-room showcase traces Owens’ career that spans 30 years, from runway videos to prototypes, drawings, furniture and lookbooks. His “Earth Work” sculptures, which look like black clouds, are in the front windows, and inside there is so much more to uncover. This exhibition also marks Barneys new “In Conversation” podcast, which pairs up creatives for compelling interviews on iTunes. After the interview with Owens, tune in for chats with artist and poet Cleo Wade, designer Jonathan Adler, celebrity hair stylist Sally Hershberger and Teen Vogue content director, Phillip Picardi.