Set your savvy co-ordinates to the Balearic Islands, this place deserves some serious attention. A rich epicurean combo of cloistral heritage and Mediterranean smoothness poise a contemporary note of ease that echoes here at the family owned Son Brull.
Although its white to bluish-white hue and light, fluffy texture could be said to resemble picture-perfect clouds on your plate, what makes Kopanisti cheese so divine isn’t just its taste. As legend has it, Aristaios, the son of Apollo and the huntress Cyrene, was sent by the gods to bestow the divine art of cheese-making on the people of Greece. Some myths even suggest that Kopanisti cheese gets better and better with time. One taste of its rich, peppery taste and you just might believe it.
Karin Neuhold, founder of the Vienna based concept store Sterngasse 4, takes us through what it takes to follow one’s dreams and make them a reality. Sterngasse 4 combines high-end fashion labels with a careful selection of accessories, jewels, and even books.
Tracey Emin Why I Never Became a Dancer, 1995
Youth. In a lot of creative fields, it’s rewarded. In visual arts…well…not so much. It’s a field in the arts that celebrates life experience and could even be said to festishize, to one degree or another, a fair bit of suffering — and let’s face it, most have to be well past the 20-somethings to begin to compete against those standards, leaving teenage angst to rock and roll. Sometimes teenage angst does break out of music’s territory and into the gallery, though, and Why I Never Became A Dancer at Munich’s Haus der Kunst presents 15 videos by international artists to prove it.
VALS – Brücke 49 is the creative realisation of a worldly couple (Ruth Kramer & Thomas Schacht) whom dared once to dream of running their own bijou pad. This latest find takes pared-back Alpine styling infused with objets d’art and pockets of the ever so comfortable. A tapestry of naturalness, brushed with the urban.