01 Magazine

Posted on December 20th, 2011

Photo by Jennilee Marigomen. Courtesy of 01 Magazine

Photo by Jennilee Marigomen. Courtesy of 01 Magazine

Founded by Redia Soltis in 2009, 01 Magazine is something of an underground on-line phenomenon. Working with Jennilee Marigomen, Photo Editor/Artistic Director, and collaborating with a far-reaching network of artists, designers, writers and other creative-types, Soltis has curated a … (More →)


Culture Chanel

Posted on December 13th, 2011

Exhibition websites are a tricky endeavour. Despite the fact that most major museums and galleries now produce microsites to accompany both large and small exhibitions, far too often these websites are banal and fail to offer an experience that exploits the potential of digital media and can exist outside of the context of the physical … (More →)


The Marriage Plot

Posted on December 6th, 2011

Jeffrey Eugenides is not a prolific writer. Having achieved considerable success with his debut novel, The Virgin Suicides in 1993, Eugenides did not return to the literary world for nearly a decade when he released his second novel, Middlesex, in 2002. Middlesex was a rare achievement, a book that captured both the hearts and … (More →)


Lucky Peach

Posted on November 29th, 2011

As gourmands, we were thrilled to find the second issue of Lucky Peach at a local magazine specialty shop but don’t worry if you can’t find it at yours, as with almost anything else these days, you can order it from Amazon. The brainchild of David Chang, chef and owner of the Momofuku empire, and … (More →)



Posted on November 22nd, 2011

Artist editions are hardly a new phenomenon. In fact, with the emergence of internet-based dealers, there has been a huge increase in the number of sites dedicated to making work by well-known contemporary artists available to the masses such as Jen Bekman’s 20×200 and Exhibition A. When we first heard about s[edition], a … (More →)


The Family Meal

Posted on November 15th, 2011

Phaidon, the venerable art publisher, has been producing cookbooks since 2006 with its English translation of the Italian classic, “The Silver Spoon.” Their recent offering, Ferran Adrià’s “The Family Meal” is a testament to their facility with images, and this cookbook provides simple and beautiful photos of all the ingredients and steps required to produce … (More →)