Los Angeles-based writer and editor Steffie Nelson explores the places where art, style, culture and history intersect. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, Los Angeles Review of Books, W Magazine, and many others. She is the editor of the essay collection Slouching Towards Los Angeles: Living and Writing by Joan Didion’s Light, published in February 2020, online
and coauthor of Judson: Innovation in Stained Glass, published in March 2020.More...AVAILABLE NOW FROM RARE BIRD:A collection of 25 new essays inspired by Joan Didion and the West.Order NowHIGHLIGHTSFlaunt Magazine • Oct 22, 2021Ariana Papademetropoulos. “Origins” (2021). Oil on canvas. 84” x 120”. Courtesy of Ariana Papademetropoulos and Jeffrey Deitch Los Angeles. The artist Ariana Papademetropoulos moves effortlessly between dimensions. With her recent show, The Emerald Tablet, she took us over the rainbow. In this interview for Flaunt,... LOS ANGELES TIMES • Dec 20, 2020Not рабочая
so long ago, the discovery of esoteric knowledge was a rite unto itself, requiring research and travel, as many dead ends as discoveries. Today, these quests are as simple as a Google search, a glance at an astrology app or a scroll through Instagram,... LOS ANGELES MAGAZINE • Dec 1, 2015To anyone who has walked into a Los Angeles yoga studio, the scene this Wednesday morning would be familiar: white walls hung with Tibetan silk tapestries that depict various incarnations of the Buddha; leafy plants and sparkling geodes dotting the corners of the room; shoji... RECENT WORKDESIGN / Journalism / LIVINGDESIGNLA/LA TIMES • Jun 10, 2019The California Dream ссылка
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