Interview: Les Trois Chevaux’s Chef Angie Mar

The visionary explains the design and culinary inspiration behind her pioneering Greenwich Village restaurant

Despite closures during the last two years, NYC is still home to an ever-expanding roster of acclaimed culinary and cocktail destinations. Among the upper echelons of fine dining, where gastronomy is only one awe-inspiring component of an entire sensorial experience, stands chef Angie Mar‘s Les Trois Chevaux. Opened in July 2021, the Greenwich Village jewel arrived with purpose: perfect service would accompany contemporary cuisine prepared using classical …

Liz Lidgett Gallery and Design’s Approachable Ethos Proves “Art is for Everyone”

An Iowa-based cultural epicenter that pays artists fairly and on time, provides free art education and more

To the uninitiated, Iowa—with its abundance of corn fields and pig farms—may seem like the last place to give rise to a thrilling art scene. But, as it turns out, the Midwest’s welcoming attitude makes for an ideal hub for artists and art enthusiasts, and Des Moines’ bubbling art scene is evidence of that. At the center of this growing art community is Liz Lidgett …

Artist Jen Pack at Kouri + Corrao Gallery for Volta New York 2022

A solo show that utilizes thread to create lines of color, some obvious and others more subtle

As the cultural calendar transitioned from NYCxDesign to Frieze New York, furniture and decor fairs gave way to an extraordinary array of art exhibitions, installations and events. Among them, Volta New York 2022—a platform for middle-market galleries dedicating their booths to solo presentations from emerging talent—welcomed the wondrous works of Albuquerque, New Mexico-based artist Jen Pack. Showcased by Santa Fe-based Kouri + Corrao Gallery, Pack’s installation …