Vol. 11.17.2019 | Sunday Selects

KOLLABS

Kollabs is a collaboration between Miami-based artist, Luis Garcia-Nerey and Atlanta-based artist, Anke Schofield. They explore questions on the human construct within the forest and its inhabitants. The artists present a provocative series of collaborative paintings and installations that create a sense of wonder evoking questions on, and of, the interaction between human life and the forest environment. Kollabs’ offer the viewer a preview into a familiar environment while challenging them to examine the existence of human and animal beings.

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SCULPTURAL OBJECTS

All three-dimensional forms are perceived as having an expressive character as well as purely geometric properties. They strike the observer as delicate, aggressive, flowing, taut, relaxed, dynamic, soft, and so on. By exploiting the expressive qualities of form, a sculptor is able to create images in which subject matter and expressiveness of form are mutually reinforcing. Such images go beyond the mere presentation of fact and communicate a wide range of subtle and powerful feelings.

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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.

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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.

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A COZY MINIMIMALIST RETREAT AMONG THE HILLTOPS

The Willow Treehouse, named after its hometown, is a six-sided structure with an angular sloping face that resembles a gargantuan snake’s head peeking through the leaves.

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THANKSGIVING TURKEY AND GRAVY | EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

Roasting a Thanksgiving turkey is never without a little stress. No matter how many times you’ve cooked Thanksgiving before, you’ll probably have questions about the holiday’s main event.

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FALL SPRITZ

No punch bowls, big-batching, or complicated mixology for your holiday cocktail. Our spritz recipe is so simple—one part amaro to four parts hard cider—that guests can make it themselves (you’ve got plenty to do elsewhere). Simply set out both bottles with glasses and a bucket of ice; they can handle the rest.

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SMALL KITCHEN | BIG THANKSGIVING WITH ALISON ROMAN

Alison Roman makes a very big Thanksgiving dinner in her very small kitchen (with an extremely small refrigerator and even smaller oven). She’s made some of the classics, like a dry-brined turkey with sheet-pan gravy and buttered stuffing with celery and leeks, but you won’t find pumpkin pie on her menu. This year, Alison does Thanksgiving her way. And yes, that means layering jellied cranberry with oranges and onions.

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TRUE CRIME | FINE ART | CARAVAGGIO

A look into bad-boy artist, Caravaggio— he was a known murderer, but was he himself murdered?

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