• Stephen Talasnik’s Top 5 Inspirations from Childhood

      A polymath whose work encompasses sculpture, drawing, and architectural land art, Stephen Talasnik manifests an elaborate and evocative aesthetic vision. He has created installations for the Japan Society, Storm King Art Center, and is one of the primary artists at Tippet Rise Art Center in Montana. His work is included in the collections of

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  • Villa Le Lac
    Home of the Month

    Architectural photographer Richard Pare is the author of the seminal The Lost Vanguard: Russian Modernist Architecture 1922–1932 (The Monacelli Press, 2007). He was the founding curator of the photography collection of the Canadian Centre for Architecture and a consultant to the collection since 1989. He is represented in many major public collec

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  • Bookstore Love: McNally Jackson Books

    We’ve been hearing a lot about New York bookstore McNally Jackson in the news lately because they were reported to be moving its flagship SoHo store, and then more recently reported to not be moving its flagship store, but we’re writing about McNally Jackson Books for a different reason. As part of a new series of … Continue reading

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  • New York’s Protected Libraries

    This October, we published the paperback edition of Interior Landmarks: Treasures of New York, a showcase of interiors across the five boroughs that are protected by the Landmarks Conservancy. The hardcover edition featured the iconic domes of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. As you can see, our paperback edition goes for a more literary theme: &hel

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