Stories and Essays of Mina Loy, edited by Sara Crangle

3 Books |Flâneuse | Mina Loy | Anjelica Huston |

It's wintertime, what better season to stay in and cuddle a book? If you are a nerd like me, I'd say, every season. But, honestly, I do more reading in the winter. Here is a list of books I recommend, they are of and by women who embraced freedom with their radical sense of aesthetics.…

Another 2 Books and 1 Magazine| Maya Deren | Peggy Guggenheim |The Gentlewoman |

https://youtu.be/H0tDufAxI2I Like my previous 3 books list, this week's reading recommendation starts with books by and of two women who played pivotal roles in the shaping of the 20th century Western modern art tradition. Not only for their accomplishments in the arts, they are both women of unique personal styles. Like the 2 books and…

Omega-3s; White fish steak; halibut; raw halibut; halibut with skin;

Battle With Depression The Natural Way

Of the 12 months, March is one that marks the end of winter and the start of spring. Though some people are all too happy to be rid of "winter blues," but a good number of us are prone to depression during the season-change month. Similar to depression, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) takes the fun…

Rei Kawakubo: Against Convention

"I have always pursued a new way of thinking about design, by denying established values, conventions, and what's generally accepted as the norm. And the modes of expression that have always been most important to me are unfinished, imbalance, fusion, elimination and absence of intent." ---Rei Kawakubo, in an interview, 2016* For her latest Comme…

Broccoli Magazine: My Interview With Its Founder and Creative Director

Since its official launch on December 8th in 2017, Broccoli, an international magazine by and for women who love cannabis has become hugely successful. It is the first and only magazine that is dedicated to stoner culture through the lens of contemporary art, fashion and culture. Recently, the gracious Anja Charbonneau, Founder of Broccoli agreed…

Zoe Leonard; TV Wheelbarrow; Dye transfer print; Pink walls; Pink blanket; iron door;

Zoe Leonard: How To Make Good Pictures

Opened today- March 2nd and on view until June 10th at The Whitney Museum of American Art is an excellent solo-exhibition of an American artist- Zoe Leonard. Organized by The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, (which will house this exhibition after its New York debut, from November 4th to March 25th, 2019 presents 100…

Charlotte Gainsbourg’s First Time

After a few years of hiatus, Charlotte Gainsbourg came out with a new album- "Rest" toward end of 2017. It is the most personal work of the singer thus far. Growing up as a child until becoming an adolescent, Charlotte Gainsbourg never felt quite comfortable with herself. She once said in an interview that, she…