Examining the natural world with unconventional eyes, print publication Wilder Quarterly recently joined the team at the New York Times with a regular column in T Magazine. The first installment, penned by WQ editor Abbye Churchill, covers MoMA’s current J. Morgan Puett exhibition, Common Sense, which highlights the artist’s creative “domesticating.”
Fans of Droog can now immerse themselves in the celebrated Dutch design studio’s conceptual lifestyle by reserving a room at the newly opened Hotel Droog in Amsterdam. The hotel combines all of Droog’s various facets—”from curation to product design, exhibitions and lectures,” explains Renny Ramakers—under one uniquely styled roof.
This month marks the 50th anniversary of ecologist Rachel Carson’s epic book “Silent Spring,” a cautionary report still causing controversy today. While many of her peers felt the book took on an alarming perspective, a new biography written by William Souder speaks to Carson’s gentler critics and the absolute relevance of her work.