The Los Angeles artist Alex Israel sees a vivid exuberance in Terrance Hayes’s reflection on the comforts and perils of taking refuge in art.
The Lower East Side landmark closes at the end of November.
Postcards with randomly overlaid images — byproducts of the printing process that are usually discarded — purchased at newsstands in Europe.
Chic organic farms, cowsheds serving fresh-picked herbs and tables made from old electric cable spools. Move over, Brooklyn: the South African city’s artisanal charms are enough to make any New Yorker fall in love.
Aftertastes, launched last week by a Canadian model, explores the panoply of emotions around dining through personal essays and narrative recipes.
Since sturgeon fishing was banned in the Caspian Sea, Paris’s top purveyors of the delicacy have turned to producers from as far afield as California, Uruguay and China.
For over a century, the cloistered luxury of the Orient Express has mingled intrigue and decadence.
Geometric graphics made strong statements this season, with designers taking their cues from art and architecture to play tricks on the eye.
The Italian jewelry house turns a classic timepiece into timeless jewelry.
The man behind the acclaimed Pujol in Mexico City, who is soon to open Cosme in New York City, reflects on the power of one of Mexican cuisine’s signature dishes and shares his recipe for it here.
The musician/actress and the knockout king consider gold face oil, a driverless car and socks by Snoop Dogg.
Mixed-metal timepieces that are elegantly slight of hand.
The chef lets T into his next TriBeCa restaurant and shares a recipe for beetroot tartar, which he’s testing for the space’s inaugural meal: a benefit dinner for the Lunchbox Fund next week.
Duffles that allow you to make an easy getaway.
Margaret Braun, whose grandiose designs have graced a royal wedding and lit up a Brooklyn foodie festival, takes pupils on a culinary tour of Marche next month.
You can blame evolution, chemistry, or just our own dogged libidos, but one thing is certain: It can be a bitch.
The new cookbook author dishes on dishes.
Fun ideas for feeding a crowd on the cheap.
Because it’s always beach season somewhere.
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