That's a favorite back issue of The World of Interiors. I never subscribed, but I once loved to flip through its glossy pages at Bookstop. The above cover photograph is of Le Corbusier's last architectural project - Saint-Pierre Church in Firminy, France. I love how light shines through the walls like a constellation as the sun moves across the sky. I have that magazine sitting atop a bookshelf in our library/TV room because the stars are just so purty every time I walk by.
In fact, I'll be spending most of today (and tomorrow) in the library writing an article as my deadline is imminent. Before I start, though, I'll make a cup of tea and read the newest edition of The Curator to perk up my weary brain. I'm especially interested in this edition with a piece about the late author, John Updike, and my blog-friend Lindsay's first article! My editor/cyber-friend, Alissa, contributed as well - she's always a great read:
Where is the Cinema?
Some Cities and Films in 2008
by M. Leary
A look at cities in the films of 2008, and how they arm us with ways to look at our neighborhoods and daily routines in thoughtful ways.
So Much to Read:
Updike, Angstrom and Procrastination
by Matt Beck
John Updike, RIP: the legacy and oeuvre.
New Year, New York, New Art...
by Wayne Adams
The new year means new art in Chelsea, and a new opportunity to feel the pulse of the art world.
A Reminder that Niceness Counts
by Lindsay Crandall
Harnessing the web to promote civility and goodwill.
by Alissa Wilkinson
The intentional imperfections and brilliant life in painter Bruce Herman’s newest work.
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