Friday links--June 27th

We're researching so much amazing content and sharing it with you all on social media in preparation for our DELVE: Food + Art event on July 22 at Made in NY IFP Media Center. (Get your tickets!)

Check these  out:

5 Chefs can cook together from anywhere, via Design Milk.

A fascinating interview with Natalie Jeremijenko and Mihir Desai, about their Cross(x)Species dinner which "provides a tour through the evening’s culinary adventures, from edible cocktails to nano water buffalo ice-cream, diverting frequently to consider, for example, horse-racing as a business model for urban agriculture, and the morality of eating snails." via Edible Geography.

And....

Really amazing stuff just keeps popping up in Gowanus, like the new gorgeous home for the Morbid Anatomy Museum, via Brooklyn Based.

A look back at our favorite book about artist Robert Irwin, via our blog.

Step away from your screens! (after you read these links!) A reason to network in person, via our blog.

Sara's Links:

I am looking forward to finally going to the beach this weekend (and seeing some art). Hopefully the weather will be nice for the kick-off of Rockaway!, a public arts festival put on by the Rockaway Artists Alliance and Jamaica Bay-Rockaway Parks Conservancy, in collaboration with MoMA PS1. (via MoMA PS1)

Via http://momaps1.org/slideshow/view/381/

Via http://momaps1.org/slideshow/view/381/

Richard Linklater's new film Boyhood looks fascinating: filmed over a period of 12 years and compressed into a 3 hour narrative, with the lead character aging from age 6 to 18 on screen.  Here is a slide show of portraits from the boy's life. (via New York Times)


Andrea's Links:

Sometimes you just need a laugh, or some new moves:

Summer travels are on all of our horizons. I am excited to spend some time in Buffalo with my sweet family this weekend, and head to the Albright Knox to get out of the sun. (Yes, it gets hot and sunny in Buffalo.) I saw the Anselm Kieffer show this past winter, and it was incredible. Looking forward to the Lucas Samaras Mirror Room and exploring their outdoor sculptures.

Lucas Samaras Mirrored Room via http://www.albrightknox.org

Lucas Samaras Mirrored Room via http://www.albrightknox.org

 


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