Vol. 05.26.2019 | Sunday Selects

SILIVA POLOTO

Brazilian-born Silvia Poloto is an accomplished artist working in a range of visual disciplines. She is known for her lively abstract canvases and mixed-media sculptures. Recognized for her dynamic compositions and color sensibility, Poloto exploits a vibrant visual vocabulary of boldness and subtlety.

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DOUG JOHNSTON

Doug Johnston’s work includes art, design, architecture and music. He utilizes and explores a variety of mediums and methods such as installation, fiber art, sculpture, photography, and collaborative performance.

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JEFF KELLAR

By exploring how far he can effectively reduce visual detritus, Kellar seeks to reveal the magnitude of basic compositional elements, to employ the power of simplicity to transform potentially subtle facets like shape, line, and color into the crux of the work. Kellar works in a mixture of resin, clay, and pigment. He applies multiple layers to each surface to build segments of color that range from bold to subtle, but invariably display a certain depth and intensity (not unlike frescoes)

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MINERALS

Exhibit by Aberson has been searching for and acquiring minerals from around the world. A fusion of  design and primitive form, they  are hand-selected to add texture and interest to spaces.

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ANCIENT FRESCO OF MYTHICAL NARCISSUS FOUND IN POMPEII

Excavations in a lavishly decorated house in ancient Pompeii have yielded a worthy discovery: a fresco of Narcissus, the mythical hunter who fell in love with his own reflection.

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HOT HONEY CHICKEN WITH FRIED BREAD AND BITTER GREENS

Chicken fat does triple duty in this weeknight dinner recipe to yield crisp skin, golden toast, and a schmaltzy dressing. When cooking the chicken, we start with a cold pan because it encourages gentle, thorough rendering of the tasty fat, which you’ll use for the bread and greens. Keeping the thighs skin side down the whole time allows the skin to get extra crispy while the flesh cooks through.

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THAI TEA RECIPE

Years ago, my Auntie Chung was telling me how easy it was to make Thai iced tea. She had worked in an Asian restaurant and one of the most popular items on the entire menu was Thai iced tea. She proceeded to tell me exactly how to make it and how profitable it was for restaurants to make Thai iced tea. I didn’t care too much about the profitability of Thai iced tea. But rather, I’m more interested on how easily it was made and why we didn’t make it more often. The version we have is as authentic as what most Thai restaurants in America are making

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 ART 21: ART IN THE 21ST CENTURYBERLIN

A city still in the midst of a post–Cold War cultural and economic rebirth, since the 1990s Berlin has become a haven for artists from all over the world—a free zone where experimentation, individual expression, and international influences converge. From creating large-scale public projects to intimately personal ones, the artists in this episode demonstrate the diversity of practice and sensibilities in the German capital, expose its complicated history of war and migration, and convey hopes for finding systems that foster a better tomorrow.

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 A LITTLE CURIOUS #6:  THE DISCOVERY OF POMPEII

Welcome to A Little Curious, a series of special episodes that will provide you will short and sweet bonus content about the unexpected, the slightly odd, and the strangely wonderful in art history.

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Vol. 05.19.2019 | Sunday Selects

TAELOR FISHER

I find great inspiration in the natural world, and consider flowers especially stirring. I expressively marry shapes, colors, and scents of my favorite blooms, which produce lush, colorful, and charmingly chaotic compositions. 

Every painting starts with flowers. But, it is then what intrigues me at the moment that helps the piece take shape. This can be anything from decor curated by a designer, to current trends in fashion, to a color accidentally mixed on my palette. 

My paintings are not about ME. They are about where they might live. I want my work to be loved and cherished. Thus, my heart and soul is poured into each piece as I create.

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LISA WEISS

Lisa Weiss’ work is about mark making, patterning, spontaneous movement, momentary awareness and paring down to essentials. She is continually looking for ways to detach from the past and future with a focus on the here and now. Weiss’ paintings are process driven by movement, repetition, materials and place. Her works are for beauty and contemplation.

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BRANDON REESE

Brandon Reese’s focus on experimentation and varying techniques relates to his belief that the best part of life is the process, “My art wears the fingerprints, cuts, dents and other texturing as a roadmap and documentation of its creation.” He works primarily with stoneware and porcelain. Reese’s most recent pieces combine salt glazed stoneware and reclaimed native wood. His work is predominately known for its simple, familiar forms created in a variety of methods and at such large scales that the pieces push the traditional boundaries of ceramic art.

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OBJECTS

Exhibit by Aberson has been searching for and acquiring objects from around the world. A fusion of modern design and primitive form, these design objects are hand-selected to add texture and interest to spaces.

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JASPER MORRISON ON HIS CORK SCULPTURES

The unique, durable nature of cork has long captivated the design world, but few as enduringly as the acclaimed product and furniture designer Jasper Morrison, who has dabbled in making pieces out of cork since 2004.

His first creations, a trio of stools for the first Vitra Home collection named Cork Family, highlighted the pleasing tactility and lightweight nature of cork. Over the years, Morrison has continued to add to the series, which now complete, is in focus at Kasmin gallery in New York. Entitled ‘Corks’, the exhibition also marks Morrison’s first solo gallery showing on US soil.

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CRISPY TOFU WITH COCONUT QUINOA AND BROCCOLINI

You know all those times you’ve made tofu at home and it was kind of…whatever? This is what you actually wanted to make. Crispy, craggy, and thoroughly coated in an addictive, peanut-y sauce, this tofu is so delicious that even the most stubborn carnivores won’t complain.

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BIRD OF PARADISE

“This is our riff on the Jungle Bird, a classic tiki drink,” says Alex Holder from Pool Burger in Austin, TX. “The bitter flavors in the Aperol are a good balance to the sweetness. It benefits from pineapple wedges or pineapple leaves for garnish. Or stick as many swizzle sticks as you have in there.”

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CHARLOTTE PERRIAND COLLECTING DESIGN

It’s hard to think of a modern woman more modern than Charlotte Perriand. Creative, intelligent, well traveled and athletic, the native Parisian was a pioneer of design at a time when women’s options in the field were limited mainly to ceramics and textiles. In the 1920s, Perriand transformed a room in her apartment into a glass and metal bar for entertaining, and she saw the potential of tubular steel as a material for furniture. And it was largely thanks to her vision that the architect Le Corbusier became famous for the 1928 steel and cowhide chaise longue, and other iconic pieces, on which he collaborated with Perriand and his cousin Pierre Jeanneret.

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MARVIN GAYEYOUR’E THE MAN REVIEW

Remixed and repackaged collection finds a troubled artist caught between the socially conscious What’s Going On and the Motown Machine

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Artist Spotlight | Taelor Fisher and Lisa Weiss

Lisa Weiss | Taelor Fisher | Opens May 16, 2019 | 6 until 8 PM
Taelor Fisher

TAELOR FISHER

Each of Taelor’s series focuses on the idea and use to the idea and use of the flower. Previous to this body of work, Taelor explored the act of taking apart and piecing back together arrangements of flowers to inspire new variations and compositions.

 

LISA WEISS

“My work explores mark making, patterning, gesture, momentary awareness and paring down to essentials.
The paintings are process driven, created through experimentation in correspondence with materials, place and time.  Non objective forms that predate label, things imperfect and evolving are of interest. The work is inspired by architecture, primitive art, metaphysics and the practice of yoga. I am concerned for the state of the earth, the feminine wave and the reflective slow revolution of expanding consciousness. 
Peace & joy to all…”

Vol. 05.12.2019 | Sunday Selects

PASCAL

French-born sculptor, Pascal Pierme is inspired by his surroundings. For the last 20 years, those surroundings have been Santa Fe, New Mexico. A lover of the outdoors, his work is directly influenced by the magical landscapes of his Southwestern home. Pierme’s pieces reflect a dialogue and love of his desert city that involves simplicity, nature, architecture and organic elements. 

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DOUG FREED

Doug Freed attempts to capture the mystical light found in natural atmospheric effects: the haze in the distance on humid summer days, the overcast gloom of winter skies, and the softness of landscape bathed in fog, and the quieting mood of approaching darkness. In his luminescent multi-paneled oil paintings Freed tries to find the grey area between traditional landscape painting and its abstraction into color fields.

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MINERALS

Exhibit by Aberson has been searching for and acquiring minerals from around the world. A fusion of  design and primitive form, they  are hand-selected to add texture and interest to spaces.

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A BRITISH INTERIOR DESIGNER’S TRICKS TO STAYING ORGANIZED
In her bustling London office, Beata Heuman labels liberally, files in an antique cabinet — and still finds a place to watercolor.

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CHILE AND OLIVE OIL FRIED EGG WITH AVOCADO AND SPROUTS

Turn breakfast into dinner by piling crisp-edged eggs, feta, sprouts, and avocado on top of toasted flatbread.

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CILANTRO MARGARITA

A fresh spin on the classic margarita.

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IN RESIDENCE: NOÉ DUCHAUFOUR LAWRANCE

A snow-bound visit to the French designer’s deceptively simple Paris apartment.

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NPR: HOW I BUILT THIS WITH GUY RAZ : EILEEN FISHER

In 1983, Eileen Fisher signed up for a fashion trade show with no experience, no garments, no patterns or sketches – nothing but a few ideas for a women’s clothing line focused on simplicity.Within three weeks, she came up with 12 pieces, a logo, and a name: Eileen Fisher.Today, the Eileen Fisher brand is still known for its elegant and minimalist designs, but it has grown to more than 60 locations and makes over $300 million in annual revenue.

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Vol. 05.21.2019 | Artist Spotlight : Patrick Adams + Objects

PATRICK ADAMS

Through our experience of art, we experience our everyday world transformed and re-imagined. Patrick Adams seeks to call his audience to a place beyond one’s normal experience of surroundings. Adams’ impressionistic landscapes transport the viewer to familiar and almost dreamlike locales.

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Patrick Adams was born into the rural farming community of Worthington, MN in 1965. It was on the tall-grass prairie with its vast horizon, dramatic light and thousands of natural lakes that Adams came to love the landscape that would become the dominant subject of his work.

Vol. 05.07.2019 | Artist Spotlight: Bernd Haussmann

BERND HAUSSMANN

Bernd Haussmann employs a deep exploration of color, gesture, texture and surface in paintings on metal, acrylic glass, wood, canvas and paper that seem to mimic some of the ways that natural surfaces change as a result of time, temperature, environment. Haussmann’s work distills and interprets a range of sources and observations, from nature to language to dreams to architecture to a total investment in the possibilities inherent in a single color. Haussmann’s singular elements are illuminated by bold colors and a discussion of gesture, surface and the subconscious that, though contemporary in nature, can be traced directly back to the moment of abstract expressionism’s passionate public introduction.

 

Vol. 05.05.2019 | Sunday Selects

LISA WEISS

Lisa Weiss’ work is about mark making, patterning, spontaneous movement, momentary awareness and paring down to essentials. She is continually looking for ways to detach from the past and future with a focus on the here and now. Weiss’ paintings are process driven by movement, repetition, materials and place. Her works are for beauty and contemplation.

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TAELOR FISHER

I find great inspiration in the natural world, and consider flowers especially stirring. I expressively marry shapes, colors, and scents of my favorite blooms, which produce lush, colorful, and charmingly chaotic compositions. Every painting starts with flowers. But, it is then what intrigues me at the moment that helps the piece take shape. This can be anything from decor curated by a designer, to current trends in fashion, to a color accidentally mixed on my palette. My paintings are not about ME. They are about where they might live. I want my work to be loved and cherished. Thus, my heart and soul is poured into each piece as I create.

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KEN TATE

Louisiana non-figurative artist Ken Tate’s art explores the more emotional aspects of the human condition. The impetus for the current work comes from the writings of Beats such as Kerouac and Ginsberg, the writing and short stories of Jorge Borges, the works of abstract expressionists Robert Motherwell, William de Kooning, John Chamberlain and David Smith, as well as the works of Robert Rauschenberg. Another influence is the art of cinema, especially in the framing and editing of film.  But when Ken works in the studio, the art often has a “mind of its own”. His paintings have been featured in magazines such as “House Beautiful”, “Traditional Home”, “Coastal Living” and “New Orleans House & Home”.  His work is in private collections in New Orleans, New York, Los Angeles, Tulsa, Nashville, Houston and Jackson, MS to name a few.

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HOLLY ADDI

Holly Addi’s works examine energy, space, and landscape through tempered abstraction. By applying abstraction, Addi constructs intense personal moments masterfully created by means of rules and omissions, acceptance and refusal, luring the viewer round and round in circles. Often about her audience’s contact with architecture and basic living elements; energy (heat, light, water), space and landscape are examined in less obvious ways. By not referencing specific recognizable forms, Addi deconstructs in order to shift meaning and create open interpretation for the viewer.

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AN ARTIST ON FINDING BALANCE, AND HIS GIANT BASKETBALL SCULPTURE

Jonas Wood’s East Hollywood studio — a refurbished industrial space hidden behind a razor-wired metal gate — is populated with the familiar objects that appear in his paintings. There are colonies of potted plants and basketball paraphernalia that ranges in size from plush couch cushions to man-sized orbs. Every room is filled with art, most notably by the ceramist Shio Kusaka Wood’s studio mate and wife, and Kiki and Momo, their son and daughter.

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CHEESY HAND PIES

The secret to this super-flaky pastry is to grate frozen butter into the flour before incorporating it into the dough. Serve these hand pies warm, either as an appetizer or as dinner with a big green salad on the side.

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GIN FIZZ

Fizzes are a classic category of cocktail.  The most well known of the fizzes is the gin fizz, the delicious mix of gin, lemon juice, sugar, and soda water.  The Ramos Gin Fizz, which was invented in 1888 by Henrico C. Ramos at the Imperial Cabinet Saloon in New Orleans, alters the classic gin fizz in two key aspects.  First, the addition of the cream and egg white change the texture of the drink.  And second, the orange flower water adds to the botanicals of the gin to create a very light and floral aroma.

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A BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO SUPERFAB

When artist and musician Jonathan Mooney approached multidisciplinary creative studio Superfab to produce a geodesic dome for a new project, he became fascinated with the Oregon-based company’s forward-thinking design approach and its sprawling fabrication shop. This experience led him to return to the space with filmmaker Leah R Brown, resulting in this portrait of a practice that is sounding out the limits of design. 

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JEALOUS CURATOR

Embroidery. Yes, everything except that lovely pink background is done with thread. THREAD. Cayce Zavaglia is an American painter who now uses stitches instead of brushstrokes – although, paint has recently come back into her arsenal.

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04.28.2019 | Sunday Selects

MCKENZIE DOVE

McKenzie Dove was born in Dallas, TX but now resides in Birmingham, AL with her husband. Her work consists of pure oil paint applied entirely with palette knives. All of her paintings have a thick, layered texture that she developed after studying the Impressionistic and Expressionistic movements.Inspired by elements of interior design and architecture, and the raw beauty of nature, she aims to create pieces that make an individual statement while being versatile enough to compliment any style of design.

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JULIE SNEED

Julie Holthaus Sneed is a contemporary artist working in Tulsa, OK. She was born and raised on a cattle ranch in Kansas. Her work has been featured in Saatchi Art magazine, and was selected by Saatchi Art as “Best of 2017” by Saatchi Art’s chief curator, Rebecca Wilson. She lives in Tulsa with her husband Andrew, a design engineer, and daughter Claire.

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EMILY MORGAN BROWN

Birthed out of a fascination with ancient technique, Emily’s large-scale botanical tapestries are a lesson in history and a record of today.“After I take photos of the flower for the composition, I dry the flower, grind it into pigment, and make it into the egg tempera I will use to paint the linen. The subject lives forever in its painting, using a mostly forgotten process of the Old Masters as well as their technique of painting in grisailles to mimic relief sculpture.The paint is the flower, allowing the flower to live on in its portrait.

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OBJECTS

Exhibit by Aberson has been searching for and acquiring objects from around the world. A fusion of modern design and primitive form, these design objects are hand-selected to add texture and interest to spaces.

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ELEGANT MINIMALISM IN A FASHION DESIGNER’S SYDNEY HOME

As the creative director—and cofounder, with brother Marc Freeman—of Camilla and Marc, Australia’s beloved homegrown women’s-wear label, Camilla Freeman-Topper knows how to build an ensemble. She imagines a collection and brings life to a vision. She knows these things take time—rushing is not the way to stoke the fires of creativity. But she also knows about striking while the iron’s hot—as in, say, snapping up the in-need-of-work house around the corner sitting on the market after stopping by on a whim

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ROASTED VEGETABLE PASTA WITH BASIL AND RICOTTA

This recipe is the ultimate comfort food that won’t make you feel bad about it after. The earthy richness of the roasted vegetables and fresh burst of the cherry tomatoes are perfectly married by the clean, rich taste of the ricotta.

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COCO LIME SLUSHY

This is my take on a pina colada. I made this drink with more lime than pineapple and used unsweetened coconut milk and lime simple syrup so that I can control the sweetness. I also did not use crushed ice I find it waters it down so instead I froze the coconut lime mixture in an ice cube tray. The cubes are solid but easy to break up in the blender. The result is a slushy coconut lime and pineapple drink that is so refreshing. You can add as much rum as you like or make it virgin, it’s equally as delicious. One other cool thing about this drink is that because the drink base is frozen in ice cube trays you can make 1 or more and leave the rest in the freezer for use later on. Remove the cubes place in freezer bag and store in the freezer. 

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HOW DOES YOUR BRAIN FOLLOW THE MUSIC?
Neurons in the brain fire in sync to music. Musical training may enhance this ability, and perhaps some other skills.

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MEDITATIONS ON MARK ROTHKO

Whether you think Mark Rothko is the portal to spiritual transcendence or emotional-ambulance-chasing bunk, let’s take the necessary time to explore his work without feeling like our souls are at stake.

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Vol. 04.21.2019 | Sunday Selects

SILVIA POLOTO

Brazilian-born Silvia Poloto is an accomplished artist working in a range of visual disciplines. She is known for her lively abstract canvases and mixed-media sculptures. Recognized for her dynamic compositions and color sensibility, Poloto exploits a vibrant visual vocabulary of boldness and subtlety. Her deftly handled juxtapositions unfold in rich, textured hues and expressive gesture. The result is a body of work characterized by equal amounts of surprise, playfulness and provocation. Her aesthetic choices engage the viewer on a visceral level.

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LISA WEISS

Lisa Weiss’ work is about mark making, patterning, spontaneous movement, momentary awareness and paring down to essentials. She is continually looking for ways to detach from the past and future with a focus on the here and now. Weiss’ paintings are process driven by movement, repetition, materials and place. Her works are for beauty and contemplation.

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MICHELLE Y WILLIAMS

Imperfections, flaws, rust, asymmetry, texture, peeling paint and the principles of wabi-sabi all enliven and excite Michelle Y Williams. She approaches her blank canvas with just a beginning and no preconceived end result. Williams seeks to find balance within the work; experimenting and exploring ways to refine her craft without self-constraint. “If I am able to engage the observer, make a connection which couldn’t be conveyed verbally and ultimately elicit a visceral reaction - my work is done.”

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MINERALS

Exhibit by Aberson has been searching for and acquiring minerals from around the world. A fusion of  design and primitive form, they  are hand-selected to add texture and interest to spaces.

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A NEW APARTMENT THAT CONJURES THE SPIRIT OF 1960S MILAN

Tasked with remaking a home in the birthplace of midcentury Italian Modernism, the firm Marcante-Testa stayed true to the space’s roots.

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FRESH FRUIT WITH CHEESE AND PEPPERY NUTS

This salad template is all about using whatever’s in season to play three key roles: sweet-juicy fruit, crunchy-salty nuts, and chewy-fatty cheese. We love a mix of clementines, ricotta salata, and pistachios for winter; Bosc or D’Anjou pears, parmesan, and hazelnuts for fall; persimmon, mild blue cheese, and pecans for spring; and figs, honey toasted walnuts, and Manchego for summer.

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BOURBON, ORANGE AND GINGER

I love ginger and when it’s combined with orange and a little booze, it makes for a great cocktail! 

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MILAN: DESIGN

An inspiring look at the Italian city’s most stunning spaces
In the new-edition Louis Vuitton City Guides and app, independent journalists share their favourite ways to get the most out of the world’s most exciting cities.

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LISTEN TO EPISODE 54 OF CLEVERERIC QUINT OF 3M
In this episode of Clever, Amy and Jaime talk to Eric Quint, Chief Design Officer of 3M. Eric incubated a lifelong habit of design thinking in youth at the family kitchen table. After studying engineering and industrial design he embarked on a distinguished career at Philips where he evolved from designer to design leader. Now, as the first CDO of 3M, he’s a champion of collaborative creativity and spends his energy in the exciting and painful job of pushing the front edge of progress. Oh, and he’s a jazz guy—find out how that influences his leadership style.

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Vol. 04.14.2019 | Sunday Selects

BERND HAUSSMANN

Bernd Haussmann’s artwork explores gesture, color, and texture in paintings on metal, acrylic, glass, wood, canvas and paper, mimicking the effects of time, temperature and the environment on surfaces. Born and educated in Germany, Haussmann has been a long-time resident of the North Shore of Boston and Maine, where he maintains studios. Haussmann’s work has been exhibited worldwide at venues such as Art Hong Kong, San Francisco Art Fair, Art Santa Fe, Miami Project, Toronto International Art, and others.

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ALAN ALLDREDGE

Alan Alldredge investigates processual abstraction with flowing pathways of texture, reflection and illusion. Taking cues from the natural world, he aims to reinforce the belief that beauty is part of the sacred through his work. Alldredge’s “cast monoprints” force him to surrender to the process. Through the work’s meditative visuals and complex origins, he seeks to create a transcendent sacred object for the viewer.

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LORI COZEN-GELLAR

During the art process, Cozen-Geller looks to capture the emotions of the heart and mind and places them into visual form within space. “This process is a kinetic one for me. It is a journey that begins with a feeling, evolves into a powerful emotion and is then transformed into art. By freezing emotions and placing them into concrete form, I can then sit back and view the strength and meaning that now lies within the piece that has materialized as art. ”

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JÁNOS HUSZTI

A challenging portraitist and emerging creator with a conceptual thinking. Huszti elaborates his constantly changing topics with momentum and precision. He depicts historical times, special characters and places from the past, using all kinds of materials to express his interpretations.

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INSIDE KARL LAGERFELD’S MANY LUXURIOUS HOMES

Hundreds of Karl Lagerfeld’s designs—for Chanel, Fendi, Chloé, and more—have been published in Vogue; and, in a 34-year span, the magazine published eight features on the designer’s luxurious homes. Four of these were snapped by Lagerfeld, a polymath par excellence who understood that the art of living well was a far-reaching concept that extended beyond spaces and objects to encompass learning, manners, art, and the like. “Dresses are only interesting as part of everything else that’s going on,” he told the magazine in 1989. It’s no wonder then, that Lagerfeld felt most at home in the 18th century. “It was a most polite century,” the designer told Kennedy Fraser. “And so modern. It was perfect. The rooms were so flattering to live in.”

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WHY SALAD FOR BREAKFAST IS SUDDENLY THE BEST PART OF WAKING UP

“It’s more of a mental framework for understanding what breakfast is,” Hymanson says of their open-armed embrace of produce before noon. “I don’t know that having a cucumber salad simply dressed with some yogurt is all that different from having granola with yogurt.”

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ROSE SPIKED LEMONADE

Delicate rose water (a common ingredient in Middle Eastern sweets) and tart lemonade are a refreshing combination in this pretty pink drink. Ice cubes studded with flowers and berries add a stunning finishing touch to this big-batch cocktail fit for any celebration.

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ANDREA TOGNON HOUSE TOUR

Known for his ability to conceive and swiftly execute boutiques for such brands as Céline, Jil Sander and Max Mara, he eschews gloss and bustle in his private life, preferring to inhabit naturally burnished spaces borne of a Zenlike patience and a sense of restraint. And so, in 2010, he moved some two miles from the conventional apartment he’d been living and working in to Bicocca to create — very, very slowly — a sui generis home and studio in an abandoned industrial office complex.

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THE ART BABES PODCAST: COLOR THEORY PART II

In the second installment of their two-parter on color theory, the Babes discuss the color experiments of Josef Albers, explore the connection between color and emotion, and get weepy about the tragic life of van Gogh.

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