The Overlooked Art of Norman Lewis as Explained by Tarin M Fuller, Director of His Estate

Following a recent acquisition by the Whitney Museum, the artist is finding a new audience 40 years after his death

Born in Harlem, in 1909, Norman Lewis led a life laden with art and activism. Unlike many of his peers, he chose to separate the two—even though they influenced one another. As an African-American artist (especially one active from 1930 until his death in 1979) it was expected that his art would document the plight and putrid treatment of black Americans—and that it make a direct …

Sundance 2017: Chef Marcus Samuelsson’s Global Menu

Red Rooster's mastermind on Water.org, a Cidre cocktail, his cookbook and the forthcoming London restaurant

In addition to the quality of programming, Sundance offers invaluable access to well-known creatives. Of course, one’s mind immediately wanders to famous directors or TV stars, but at any given moment attendees can be speaking with the best composers, choreographers, editors and even chefs. At the Stella Artois Filmmaker Lounge, Red Rooster mastermind Marcus Samuelsson catered a global menu—drawing inspiration for each dish from the …

BHDM Design

The design duo create spaces that tell stories and their latest project—a craft beer bar called Hog’s Head—will open in May

Since joining forces in 2008, Dan Mazzarini and Brian Humphrey have been conceiving and crafting eclectic hospitality, retail and residential spaces through their company, BHDM. Mazzarini (previously designing stores for Ralph Lauren) and Humphrey (who ran his own design practice) met while working for Kramer Design Group and have never looked back; the diversity of BHDM’s projects is a testament to their success and their …