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Daily Archives: July 2, 2022
Covers: Texas Highways Magazine – July 2022
Artisan Views: Handmade Japanese Iron Kettles
A handmade Japanese iron kettle can cost over $300. For centuries, artisans have made kettles by pouring molten iron into molds and hammering them out once they’ve cooled. These kettles often have beautiful designs but they’re only used for boiling water. You can buy a mass produced stovetop kettle for $20, so what makes these kettles unique? And why are they so expensive?
Walking Tour: Ravello On The Amalfi Coast, Italy (4K)
Ravello, a resort town set 365 meters above the Tyrrhenian Sea by Italy’s Amalfi Coast, is home to iconic cliffside gardens. The 13th-century, Moorish-style Villa Rufolo offers far-reaching views from its terraced gardens, and hosts indoor and outdoor concerts during the popular summertime Ravello Festival. Villa Cimbrone, a medieval-style estate perched on a steep outcrop, is surrounded by another celebrated garden.
Reviews: ‘The Week In Art’
On 29 June, Frieze announced the details of the first edition of its art fair in Seoul, South Korea. So for this last episode of the current season, we’re exploring the art scene and market in the Korean capital.
Ben Luke talks to the art historian and curator Jiyoon Lee about contemporary art in Seoul and beyond, and the origins of the current art scene in 1990s globalisation. The Art Newspaper’s associate editor, Kabir Jhala, speaks to two gallerists—Joorhee Kwon, deputy director at the Kukje Gallery and Emma Son, senior director at Lehmann Maupin, about the growing market and collector base, and the effect Frieze may have on the existing scene.
And this episode’s Work of the Week is Dahye Jeong’s A Time of Sincerity, a basket made with horsehair that this week won the Loewe Foundation Craft Prize. Kabir talks to the creative director at the fashion brand Loewe, Jonathan Anderson, about Jeong’s piece.
Frieze Seoul, COEX, Seoul, 2-5 September.
The Space Between: The Modern in Korean Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 11 September-19 February 2023.
The 2022 Loewe Foundation Craft Prize, Seoul Museum of Craft Art, until 31 July.
Cover Preview: Barron’s Magazine – July 4, 2022
With Yields Above 8%, It’s Time to Get Excited About Income Investing
Our latest guide to income investing explores opportunities in categories ranging from junk bonds to TIPS and REITs.
UP AND DOWN WALL STREET
Central Bankers Talk Tough on Rates. But What if Markets and Economies Tumble?
Randall W. Forsyth
Las Vegas Sands Stock Could Win Big in a Reopened China
Stocks Had a Nasty 6 Months. The Second Half Could Be Ugly Too.
The Home-Goods Boom Is Over, Leaving the Bed and Bath Stocks High and Dry
Saturday Morning: News And Stories From London
Monocle’s Georgina Godwin and the political journalist Terry Stiastny explore the day’s weighty papers and we hear from Denmark’s foreign minister, Jeppe Kofod.
Front Page View: The New York Times – July 2, 2022
A Transformative Term at the Most Conservative Supreme Court in Nearly a Century
The blockbuster decisions — on abortion, guns, religion and climate — told part of the story. But the court’s abrupt rightward shift ran through its entire docket.