The Disappearing Ox is available for $28 at Brilliantbooks.com In the 1990s, the artist Max Gimblett suggested a novel yet intriguing project to the poet Lewis Hyde; that they create a modern, American version of the twelfth-century Chinese parable known as the Oxherding series. Hyde agreed, and from there emerged an odyssey into the realm […]
AYA KUSCH is an editor, artist, and freelancer based in San Francisco. She grew up playing with mud, which eventually led to a love of clay and a subsequent BFA in sculpture. She is fourth generation Japanese and a third generation potter, a Bay Area native, and a former bookseller who still obsesses over the best way to organize a bookshelf. She loves good design, contemporary art that will worry your mom and confuse your dad, and sculptures that make you look up. She is currently working on a book about art from Edo Japan.
This year, ShowHamptons launched their inaugural Hamptons Virtual Art Fair, hosted by the Paris-based designer Christofle. The fair features 90 international galleries and 105 booth displays from 11 US cities, displaying altogether over 2,000 pieces of artwork. Artworks are displayed in virtual reality booths in 2D and 3D, and visitors can virtually navigate the exhibition […]