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Celebrate the autumnal equinox with a drink from 'Sunset Cocktails'!

DATE 9/22/2021

Celebrate the autumnal equinox with a drink from 'Sunset Cocktails'!

Today we toast the autumnal equinox, which rings in the bittersweet change from summer to fall, with Sunset Cocktails, the intoxicating new recipe book by French artist and architect Guillaume Aubry and Paris-based American mixologist Sterling Hudson. Bold, playful and evocative, this pocket-sized, 90-page hardcover contains a dozen cocktail recipes inspired by the universal beauty of the sunset (including one that's actually named "Equinox," as seen above). “Inspired by masterpieces taken from a very wide selection of works of art, they are both tongue-in-cheek homages to the history of phenomenology, and personal invitations to tackle it hands-on,” Aubry writes. “Let’s experiment and drink the sunset. Incorporate the burning star. Ingest the infinity of space. Assimilate the universe.”

Cosmic space and transforming creativity in 'Cai Guo-Qiang: Odyssey and Homecoming'

DATE 9/18/2021

Cosmic space and transforming creativity in 'Cai Guo-Qiang: Odyssey and Homecoming'

Featured spreads are from Cai Guo-Qiang: Odyssey and Homecoming, the new release from DelMonico Books, published to accompany the major traveling exhibition currently on view in Shanghai. “Cai’s prolific career has been about breaking barriers, those separating two-dimensional painting from multi-dimensional live events,” Simon Schama writes. “He has painted with fire and smoke, the fugitive moment of an explosion fixed in imprinted marks and strokes. Spectacularly documented here, it has also been a refutation of the assumption that voyaging purposefully presupposes an abandonment of origins. There is no zero-sum game here between home and away. Chinese roots, Japanese flowering, Western burgeoning are all part of the same organic growth, perennially ramifying. In a world turning inwards, agitated by chauvinist suspicion, Cai’s art faces outward.” Schama later concludes, “I believe that art which engages with the great, serious matters of our condition, and that of the earth we inhabit, is more needed than ever before. If, among the winnowings brought about by the pandemic, there is a discarding of the cheaply fashionable, the gaudily meretricious to make space for profound reflectiveness, then that is all to the good. And among the work that will endure and not just beyond our present plight, will be that of Cai Guo-Qiang. His 'odyssey and homecoming' is, of course, a triumphant conquest over cultural defensiveness; but when we experience his art, we travel somewhere further still: into the cosmic space where crass matter perishes and transforming creativity is born.”

Part reportage, part cookbook, 'Leaked Recipes' is new from JBE Books

DATE 9/17/2021

Part reportage, part cookbook, 'Leaked Recipes' is new from JBE Books

Featured spreads are from Leaked Recipes: The Cookbook, the highly-anticipated new release from JBE Books collecting more than fifty recipes found in the world’s biggest email leaks—from Hillary Clinton’s salad dressing to various author-redacted spice rubs, sweet breads, soups, sauces, pastas and more. Clothbound and beautifully produced, this 280-page volume combines the painstaking research of Demetria Glace, who unearthed the recipes, along with the often harrowing and much more detailed stories behind the leaks—from sources ranging from Enron to Emmanuel Macron—with photographs by Emilie Baltz. Glace writes, “This is not just a cookbook. This is a collection of emails that were, and are still, publicly available from the last two decades of email leaks, breaches and hacks. It's an insight into office culture, politics, corruption, hacking, family and friendships. The publication of large email databases are often not curated, resulting in important pieces of information being published next to very personal communications, like recipes.”


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