Tagged: Moments with Sunday

Quirk Hotel

Quirk Hotel

We paid a visit to the newest, and certainly most talked about, hotel in our hometown of Richmond, Virginia.

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The Lost Locations

The Lost Locations

Our friends at the Virginia Film Office gave us a peak into their vast library of unexpectedly fascinating film locations.

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Studio Visit: Leslie Williamson

Studio Visit: Leslie Williamson

Brian Ferry shot fellow photographer, Leslie Williamson in her Eichler home in San Francisco. She talks at length about her  work, which “challenges us to redefine our understanding of the home.”

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Biennale di Venezia

Biennale di Venezia

We ventured to Venice to take in the work of over 130 artists from around the world on display at the 56th Venice Biennale

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Shoto, Shibuya

Shoto, Shibuya

Our friend from Lonely Planet takes a quick look around the neighborhood in Tokyo surrounding our new digs. There’s much more to explore, but first impressions are key. 

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John Kayser: Direct Contact

John Kayser: Direct Contact

An exhibition of the previously unseen photography of John Kayser goes on display October 14th at the Christian Berst Art Brut in New York.

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Danish Tradition of Hygge

Danish Tradition of Hygge

That cozy, intangible and untranslatable sense of home and warmth is just what we’re in search of this week. We revisit an old favorite from blogger and frequent Kinfolk contributor, Rebecca Parker Payne. 

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Antiparos Island, Greece

Antiparos Island, Greece

With this weekend’s rain, we could all use a solid dose of sunshine. Photographer Chris Kontos reports from the idyllic Greek island of Antiparos. 

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Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College

Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College

We take a look back at the influential Black Mountain College ahead of the opening of the Institute of Contemporary Art’s exhibition.

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Bart Prince Houses

Bart Prince Houses

The sprawling cities of the western U.S. aren’t usually noted for compelling architecture. A few whimsical, almost Seussian houses in Albuquerque, though by architect Bart Prince are some of the most imaginative anywhere.

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NY Art Book Fair

NY Art Book Fair

We took the train up to Queens for Printed Matter’s tenth annual New York Art Book Fair along with 35,000 of our closest friends. We scoured the rooms and tents, ad brought you back some of our favorites from the show.  

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Porto

Porto

A little trip to the unexpected gem that is Portugal’s second city.

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Let’s Play Bocce

Let’s Play Bocce

There is perhaps no Sunday sport more fit for late summer than bocce. Along with its close cousin, pétanque, it was designed for light amusement, looking good and sipping something delicious. 

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Mid-Summer Drinks

Mid-Summer Drinks

Summer is rolling on and the heat is still a lingering guest. Before we reconnect with fall, we can still revel in the afternoon sun with the company of good friends and libations that help prolong those summertime porch vibes. We visited our friends at Can Can in Richmond, VA and met bartender Jon Wasilewski who served […]

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Maggie Shannon: Portraiture

Maggie Shannon: Portraiture

Good portraiture is hard. To dig beneath the surface and expose vulnerable, multifaceted individuals whilst also maintaining a personal style is a delicate line to walk. Most famed portraitists—from Liebovitz to Richardson—are singularly about style and recreate subjects in their own images. Every so often, though, a rare eye emerges with real knack for portraiture. Maggie Shannon’s work is human, […]

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Spencer Grant: Boston Protests

Spencer Grant: Boston Protests

Protests have long been among the most effective means of showing the power of opinion. Despite the rise of armchair activism, protests, marches and sit-ins on both sides of the liberal/conservative divide remain commonplace to this day. But the golden age of the protest in America was the second-half of the twentieth century—a time of intensely divided public opinion and […]

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Spring Drinks

Spring Drinks

“You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep Spring from coming.”  – Pablo Neruda  Perhaps more than any other, Spring is a season that requires a hard refresh. New clothes, new palettes, new playlists, new hair-dos, new friends, new you. So while you’re at it, it’s more than appropriate to give your liquor […]

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Photography: Lena C. Emery

Photography: Lena C. Emery

Self-describing as itinerant, the photographer Lena C. Emery is probably more well-traveled than most. She was born in Germany and raised in Singapore. Emery later found her way to Paris to study Fine Arts at Parsons Paris School of Art & Design. After her schooling, she relocated to Berlin where she worked as an art director. […]

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Victoria Sambunaris: Taxonomy of a Landscape

Victoria Sambunaris: Taxonomy of a Landscape

Diversity is an important feature of the United States—not only in its people, but also its landscapes. They vary greatly, from the vast canyons of the Southwest to the towering skyline of New York City. These landscapes aren’t just focused on nature, but also how we who occupy the land and where our culture intersects […]

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It’s Time You Learned About Watches

It’s Time You Learned About Watches

If you came of age in the era of diamond encrusted behemoths, you could be forgiven for a lack of horological knowledge. Your phone, your microwave, your car stereo and that huge LED sign you drive past on your way to work are all in collusion to subvert the traditional wristwatch.  Horlogerie, or the art of […]

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