VOL. 03.11.2018 | SUNDAY SELECTS

FABIO MODICA



As a painter I like to talk about the human condition, through the representation of the human body and face.



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FOEJKE FLEUR



After graduating in both Design and Fine Arts, Foekje Fleur found her way by making objects that are functional and yet, give space for thought. Her attractive and colourful designs seem playful at first sight, but are in fact inspired by serious topics like environmental pollution and animal rights.



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KELSEY IRVIN



Kelsey Irvin’s work is collecting traces of peoples lives. Her work is very much related to memories and storylines.



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MARLIES HOEVERS



As a former interior architect I have always been attracted to materials in buildings. I am fascinated by the way concrete ages, how it gets little cracks and obtains different compositions of colors over time



I N Q U I R E

AT THE NOGUCHI MUSEUM, WORLDS OF STONE FUSE THE PHYSICAL AND THE DREAMLIKE



The best place to start at the Noguchi Museum’s modest but tightly packed retrospective of the whimsically literary Uruguayan-American sculptor Gonzalo Fonseca, is with his 1961 painting “Facade II.”



R E A D 

BA’S BEST LASAGNA



Why in the world would we tell you to make meatballs, brown them, and then break them into pieces—for a ragù? Sounds crazy, but it’s the best way we found to sear a big batch of meat without overcooking it



E A T 

BOULEVARDIER



This simple cocktail, basically a Negroni made with whiskey instead of gin, dates back to the late 1920s, but has recently enjoyed a comeback in bars across the country



D R I N K

BASHOIRI



Sumo wrestlers arrive in style in a study of pre-tournament exchange.



W A T C H 

NIKLAS PASCHBURG, ‘OCEANIC



This is likely to be one of the most beautiful albums you’ll hear in 2018.



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