Salt, sweet, bitter, sour, and umami are the basic pillars for the many articles out there about learning to cook during lockdown. The now-familiar story feels relatable because it follows a routine of coffee in the morning and then planning for a day mostly consumed by cooking and eating interspersed with work and other commitments. I’ve learned to have the foresight to start early, simmer for hours and enjoy an anticipated meal later in the day.
by Lewis Duncan
30th August 2020
In the case of photography, a medium that has already infiltrated the Internet, the new parameters of the isolation, made not only artists but also viewers take a fresh look at the photographs and other images as vehicles of exchanging ideas at a distance.
by Ellen Wang
18th August 2020
by Aniela Rybak
7th August 2020
Much ink has been spilled to try and convey the reality of the fashion industry, its dreamlike quality and the many sharks that swim its waters. Its status as one of the most controversial industries, the trigger of wide mental health imbalance and ecological disaster as well as its aura of glamour, of desire and beauty, allow it to remain the object of our questions and lust.
17th July 2020
During the first three weeks of Warsaw’s lockdown (two of which I spent alone in quarantine), I read three different biographies that made me reflect on the genre in general, beyond just the lives of the three individuals. I want to recommend to you these three books, because I am pretty sure some of their fragments will linger on in the memory of their readers for a long time.