Sculptor Antony Gormley talks to Tate and The Guardian about his early years squatting in various buildings across North London and warns against losing the city’s richness of texture and welcoming character.
An interview with Jeremy Gorovoy by Rebecca Fulleylove (It’s Nice That).
From Arthur Lubow (The New York Times):
Her own residence, though, is the chief attraction. More than five years after her death, the house still feels inhabited by the woman who called it home. Dresses and coats hang in the closet. Magazines and diaries fill the bookshelves, which display the breadth of Bourgeois’s interests, including the “Joy of Cooking,” the Bhagavad Gita and J.D. Salinger’s “Nine Stories.” (more…)