Archive for February, 2010
The 8-course “farmer’s feast” started with a glass of bubbly (“from chef Barber, for your anniversary”) and lasted four and a half hours. Epic. Decadent. Exhausting. Amazing.
Bonus fun: on Sunday morning, we went back to Stone Barns to visit its Center for Food and Agriculture. Said hello to the happy pigs, chickens, sheep and geese.
My advice when you go: stay overnight and drive back to the city the next day real slow. Stone Barns is less than 45 minutes by car and you want to stretch out that feeling of being away for as long as possible.
The Nymphoto Collective is proud to announce its online auction and print sale to benefit the relief effort in Haiti.
The Art for Haiti auction will be coordinated by eBay Giving Works and 100% of the proceeds will go to Partners in Health. The auction & print sale will take place February 27 through March 7, 2010. Partners in Health is a recognized non-profit organization that, over the course of 20 years, has established 12 medical non-profit facilities in Haiti. Partners in Health is committed to continue to work with the people of Haiti for better health care.
Work by (in alphabetical order by last name) Keliy Anderson-Staley, Nina Büsing Corvallo, Jeff Cate, Rona Chang, Cameron Goodyear, Candace Gottschalk, Laura Heyman, Geoffrey Hutchinson, Hee Jin Kang, Michelle Kloehn, Yijun Liao, Minette Lee Managhas, Tiana Markova-Gold, Stephen Meierding, Maria Passarotti, Suzanne Révy, Jon Shireman, Emily Shur, Brea Souders, Tema Stauffer, Julianna Swaney, Hidemi Takagi, Jane Tam and Jennifer Williams.
Please visit: www.nymphoto.com to be directed to the auction & to find additional information about this fundraising effort. Please direct all inquiries regarding this online event to firstname.lastname@example.org.
© Hee Jin Kang
“No Sleep” is a series of photographs of abandoned mattresses found around New York City, though mostly in Brooklyn. The beds are sometimes seedy and sometimes luminous, pathetic, monolithic and architectural, strange, out-of-place and totally banal. I’m interested in how these beds present all those things we do on them — sleep, dream, make love — and how by dumping them onto the streets of New York, we bring our very private lives out into the light. More here.
© Hee Jin Kang
Winter, I’m waving my white flag.
Photo by Chang W. Lee/The New York Times
Ah, my favorite Winter Olympics sport: short track speed skating. I am Korean, after all.
Above, you can practically hear all of Korea screaming in disbelief (ai gu!) – just a few seconds shy of a 3-medal sweep in the Mens’ 1,500-meter, Korean skater #2 skids out, knocking himself and Korean #3 out of the race. Americans Apolo Anton Ohno and J. R. Celski win silver and bronze. Korean Lee Jung-su takes the gold. It was crazy watching it live.