VOL. 03.13.2018 | PASCAL

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ABOUT PASCAL



Pascal Pierme does not “feel good” unless he is making. From an early age, his grandfather’s garage studio inspired him to push the boundaries of his innovative mind and creative endeavors. Gaining notoriety in Europe as a promising young sculptor, Pierme had many solo exhibitions and showed alongside creative giants, including Pierre Cardin. Originally from St. Rafael, France, Pierme decided to move to New Mexico and settle in Santa Fe in 1997. Acknowledging his foreign status in America, he saw this as an advantage; seeing the surrounding landscape and culture with fresh eyes and incorporating these discoveries into his process. Uncovering peace and inspiration in his surroundings, Pierme opened a new chapter in his career as a sculptor. His evolved process and risk-taking has turned heads both nationally and internationally. Critics, curators, collectors and artists alike revere his ongoing bodies of work.

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



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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.”



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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



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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



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BASHOIRI



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



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NIKLAS PASCHBURG, ‘OCEANIC



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



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VOL. 03.06.2018 | JAMIE KIRKLAND

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ABOUT JAMIE KIRKLAND



Jamie Kirkland seeks to evoke a sense of limitless space, of expansiveness, stillness and calm in her paintings. Her work has been described as “minimalist abstract landscape.” Kirkland desires to speak to the viewer through simplicity and by reducing the landscape to shapes and forms, much the same way a poet expresses an idea in three lines of haiku. And just as traditional haiku contains a kigo, or season reference, her paintings reference seasonality with an economy of expression that is almost always atmospheric.

VOL. 03.04.2018 | SUNDAY SELECTS

    
AVERY KLEIN



Minimalism inspires the work of Avery Klein. Her experience with screen printing and graphic art play an integral role in the clean design of her pieces.



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CATY SMITH



Inspired by people and places, Caty Smith travels to gather experiences and create conversations. She seeks to learn something on every journey.



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JÁNOS HUSZTI



Huszti is a challenging portraitist and emerging creator with a conceptual thinking depicting special characters.



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KIM FONDER



Leonardo Da Vinci’s words, “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication” are Fonder’s constant inspiration.



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WAS AUSTRALOPITHECUS AN ARTIST?



“First Sculpture,” currently on view at The Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas highlights Paleolithic stone artifacts, and travels as far from the present day as possible to propose a new genealogy of art history.



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ROASTED CHERRY TOMATO CAPRESE



The classic tomato and mozzeralla summer salad gets a roasty cold-weather makeover.



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BLOOD ORANGE BEERGARITAS



These blood orange beergaritas are made with tequila, Grand Marnier, simple syrup, fresh blood orange juice, lime juice, and a splash of Mexican beer!



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MATIAS DUARTE



Matias Duarte: First he brought design to Google. Now, the visionary is subtly shaping our lives.



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BUTTER



Spotify playlist featuring soft jazz for your Sunday



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VOL. 02.27.2018 | URSULA O'FARRELL

ABOUT URSULA O’FARRELL



O’Farrell has focused her painting almost entirely on the depiction of women, reflecting no doubt a concern about her own identity. These canvases are done by an artist who has absorbed the lessons of Action Painting and are done with a vigorous brush, probably also with a palette knife and a trowel with lush paint slathered on to the support. Some may seem unrestrained at first look, but they follow their own order—as a 17th Century Chinese landscape painter once said: “The brush is for saving the world from chaos.” Her women, lost in thought, seated, lying, waiting, praying, dancing are all self-absorbed. Above all, they are her reasons for painting.

VOL. 02.25.2018 | 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.




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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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Patricia Oblack




“Presently, I use color - layers and layers if color and texture to create and unify other dissimilar elements that might otherwise not stand alone. I stop short of the immediately recognizable – leaving room for the interpretation and exploration by the viewer.”




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Rick Stevens



Stevens takes his inspiration from the natural world in all its sublime mystery, then surrenders to that mystery to let the unseen forces of nature guide his hand—and his life.




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MUSICIANS BACKSTAGE IN THE 1970S: THE PHOTOS



Behind the scenes of an iconic era of music history.



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BA’S BEST LASAGNA



If you want to use fresh pasta, go for it, you overachiever you. We also tested the recipe with no-boil noodles, but found they soak up a lot more sauce and the lasagna loses its wonderful ooziness; instead, we recommend the regular dried stuff.



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BOULEVARDIER



Combine bourbon, Campari, and vermouth in a cocktail shaker.



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THOM BROWNE



The award-winning fashion designer Thom Browne revels in consistency in an industry that expects constant change.



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BLACK MIRROR SOUNDTRACK



The complete soundtrack of all seasons of this great tv series.



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VOL. 02.20.2018 | BERND HAUSSMANN

ABOUT 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. His work is in numerous corporate and museum collections, including the Danforth Museum of Art, the Lyman Allyn Museum of Art, the Longview Museum of Art, Montserrat College of Art, Provincetown Art Association and Museum, and the Museum der Stadt Reutlingen.