Art + Design Institutions Perfect For Day Trips From NYC

From sprawling outdoor sculptures parks to galleries and museums worth a visit

With such a concentration of artists, studios, galleries and museums in NYC, nobody should be surprised that world-class art institutions exist in the surrounding cities, towns and hamlets. Drive in any direction and within two hours there’s a stop worthy of the art curious. Depending on the direction, you’re likely to end up at the Parrish Museum in Water Mill, New York, the Princeton University …

Studio Visit: Ceramicist Yuko Nishikawa

Combining ceramics and light design, artworks that are both delicate and occupying

Inside Japan-born Yuko Nishikawa‘s industrial Brooklyn, New York studio, which she’s aptly named “Forest,” there are hundreds of ceramic pieces in varying stages. Some, which are nearly complete, rest on a long wooden table made from scrap materials from other studios within the building. Others, which are set to be fired, painted, tossed or archived, sit on shelves and hang. She moved to the US …

Wild Arc Farm Directs the Wine World’s Spotlight Toward New York

With nothing added, removed or wasted, the farm is becoming one of the nation's most interesting wineries

In 2016, in the palpable heat of a New York City summer, Todd Cavallo and Crystal Cornish shed themselves of a collective 30 years of city living for a new life upstate—one where they’d operate their own farm and vineyard and produce their own wine. Today, the pair runs the four-hectare sustainable farm “experiment,” officially titled Wild Arc Farm, in Pine Bush, New York. Their grapes …