Vol. 08.04.2019 | Sunday Selects

JIM POLAN

Jim Polan loves stories. He tells them, he paints them. Sometimes the title precedes the paint, but sometimes it’s the other way around. In most works, the title is intended to be a compositional element. The works, more or less, are edited action paintings with narratives. Despite his three degrees, Polan still claims that whatever he learned of art, he learned in his father’s studio.

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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.”

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PASCAL

Pierme’s pieces reflect a dialogue and love of his desert city that involves simplicity, nature, architecture and organic elements

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FURNITURE | STOOLS

Hand crafted stools and furniture.

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JOHN PAWSON: A MINIMALIST TO THE MAX

The architectural designer extends his aesthetic to his Notting Hill home

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VEGAN BURRITO BOWL WITH CASHEW CHIPOTLE CREAM SAUCE

This Vegan Burrito Bowl with homemade Cashew Chipotle Cream Sauce is a healthy bowl of goodness that you can make on a weeknight.

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4 EASY TEQUILA (AND MEZCAL) COCKTAILS, NO MARGARITA MIX IN SIGHT

Give these majestic agave spirits the respect that they deserve.

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TINY DESK: LUCKY DAYE

Hailing from New Orleans and inheriting a love of sticky, bass-bumping funk early on, Lucky wanted to bring the full flavor of his debut album, Painted to NPR. So he brought along a 10-person band, including a quartet of horns, and his go-to producer Dernst “D’Mile” Emile II on bass.

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JOHN PAWSON ON MAKING CALM, SIMPLE SPACES

Legendary architect and designer John Pawson expresses his love for minimalism

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