Upstate Diary No 12

Upstate Diary No 12
Upstate Diary No 12
Upstate Diary No 12
Upstate Diary No 12
Upstate Diary No 12
Upstate Diary No 12
Upstate Diary No 12
Upstate Diary No 12
Upstate Diary No 12
Upstate Diary No 12

Upstate Diary No 12

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Upstate Diary Magazine delves into the creative lives in private landscapes of our wonderful Hudson Valley.

Issue No 12 Features:

Bethann Hardison’s activism has been instrumental in bringing more diversity to the fashion industry. Hardison talks about what inspires her fight for a more inclusive world. Interview: James Scully / Ph: Guzman

Cabanon: Pilar Viladas writes about her visit to Corbusier’s Cabanon, built in 1951, where he spent every August for 18 years. It is Le Corbusier’s smallest and perhaps most essential building on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Words: Pilar Viladas / Ph: Jason Schmidt

 Mark Hogancamp: To rebuild his physical dexterity after a violent attack by 5 men left him coma, Hogancamp began collecting scrap plywood and construction materials, which would eventually become the first of many buildings Hogancamp built at Marwencol, a world unlike any other.Words: Daniel Fuller / Ph: Kate Orne

 Cristina Grajales, founder of the renowned and eponymous gallery in NYC, invites us inside her stunning home designed by Thomas Phifer. Words: Glenn Adamson / Ph: Jason Schmidt

 Clarke Olsen: The talented woodworker and builder tells us why he chooses to garden in the nude. Words: Russell Peacock / Ph: Guzman

 Gabriella Kiss and Chris Lehrecke respectively, make quietly elegant jewelry and other small objects that have a haunting poetic quality and furniture whose forms and presence echo designs from Asian, African, Scandinavian and Shaker cultures. “Designer” is not a broad enough term to describe either of them. Words: Steven Greco / Ph: Martin Crook

Dana Sherwood’s body of work speaks to an intuitive understanding that our species evolved with animals and that we cannot be fully human without them. Words: Sabine Hrechdakian / Ph: Simon Burstall

Costantino Nivola the almost forgotten icon. A contemporary of Pollock, Gropius and Le Corbusier, Nivola has often been a side note. Now he is receiving the recognition he deserves. Words: Paul Laster /  Ph: Archival Images

 Paula Greif used to design album covers for Madonna, Debbie Harry and Paul Simon, among many others. Now she creates Modernist-style ceramic pieces that are evocative of her passion for graphic design. Words: Chris Hartman / Ph: Carlton Davis

 Bonfield Block Printers: Co-founders Cameron Short and Janet Tristram escaped city life to establish a rural idyll in Dorset, England, defying clichés and developing a creative way of life intricately connected to the land. Words: Mark Hooper / Ph: Julian Broad

 And more!