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Travel Karma

When swept up in travel’s romantic haze, we sometime forget to leave a place better—and not worse off—than the way we found it.

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The Brave New World of Lyubov Popova

The artistic practice of Lyubov Popova and the Russian VKhUTEMAS movement strove to shape the environment around them to help build a brave new world.

01.03.2017
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Art in Motion: Alexander Calder

The inventor of the mobile, American sculptor Alexander Calder, redefined sculpture by fusing movement and performance into his works.

12.14.2016
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Relatability Theory: Lee Ufan

Korean minimalist painter and sculptor Lee Ufan has been in the news a lot lately, and under rather peculiar circumstances.

12.11.2016
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Figure at Work

Okiie Hashimoto is one of the giants of Japanese woodcut printmaking. His prints are quintessentially Japanese, but showcase his global influences.

12.06.2016
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In Control: Frederik Vercruysse

Photographer Frederik Vercruysse’s new book is a collection of exquisitely composed still lifes and delicately beautiful micro-architectures.

12.01.2016
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Rosie Lowe

London-based singer Rosie Lowe talks to us about creative recharging, the power of songwriting and the vulnerability inherent in live performance.

11.30.2016
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Pattern & Repetition

Science writer Philip Ball speaks on the intertwined relations of our brains and the patterns they perceive.

10.27.2016
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Hans Ulrich Obrist

Kinfolk’s contributing editor Hans Ulrich Obrist has turned curatorial work into a work of art in itself.

10.27.2016
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Ruth Asawa

From internment to avant-garde art institute: the rare life story of Ruth Asawa, the “fountain lady” of San Francisco.

10.27.2016
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Glyptotek

At Copenhagen’s Glyptotek, one expects the collection of classical antiquities and French and Danish masters to come alive in the early hours.

10.27.2016
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Theresa Traore Dahlberg

When Theresa Traore Dahlberg realized that she couldn’t relate to narratives about women in West African films, she decided to make her own.

10.27.2016
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On Procrastination

If good things come to those who wait, what happens to those who keep others waiting? A slightly overdue defense of procrastination.

10.27.2016
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Hikari Yokoyama

With her impeccable eye and sense of entrepreneurialism, Hikari Yokoyama is charting her own course through the contemporary art world.

10.26.2016
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Amy Sall

Amy Sall reflects on her Senegalese heritage and how its physical reminders shepherd her sense of home—wherever she may be.

10.26.2016
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From Remembered Light at Gagosian Gallery; Gelatin Silver Print, 8 x 10 inches; Edition of 5

Remembered Light

Sally Mann writes intimately of her relationship with Cy Twombly and the photographs she made of his studio before Twombly's death in 2011.

10.06.2016
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