issue NO. 4

 

Exploring the private, inspiring worlds of leading artists and creators living in close proximity to nature, Upstate Diary features insightful interviews paired with beautiful photography of rarely seen living spaces, studios and landscapes.

 

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Our cover story features Joan Juliet Buck, former editor in chief of Paris Vogue, and her memoir The Price of Illusion (published in March by Atria). Legendary photographer Bob Richardson shot the recently uncovered cover photo in 1969. The majority of Bob’s work has been lost, making the appearance of these unseen images in Issue 4 particularly noteworthy. The feature also includes exclusive photographs from Joan’s personal archive that are not included in her memoir. By Stephen Greco.

 Perhaps the last interview of iconic author and critic Glenn O'Brien. Noted as an authority in music, fashion, and art, Glenn was wise and often funny observer of over five decades of cultural evolution. We visit the cool modernist family home he shared with his wife Gina Nanni. Like Art: Glenn O’Brien on Advertising will be published by Karma, on April 18th, 2017. By Stephen Greco.

Labeled as a bad girl by the art world, artist Marilyn Minter takes a break from Pretty/Dirty, her current retrospective at the Brooklyn Museum, to show us her amazing home in the woods. By Kate Orne

 Author Scott Spencer speaks with his good friend and actor Griffin Dunne about his upcoming book, River Under the Road (Ecco, late June 2017), Endless Love, friendship, and what he really thinks about his books.

Anna Godbersen speaks with photographer Chris Mottalini about architect Vladimir Ossipoff’s Hawaiian family retreat, a place few have ever been invited.

 Vanity Fair’s special correspondent, Amy Fine Collins; New York Magazine design director, Wendy Goodman; and fashion designer, Isaac Mizrahi, contribute their thoughts regarding the home and heart of world-renowned interior decorator, Robert Couturier.

ArtForum contributor Laura Hoffmann visits artist Arlene Shechet at her home and studio in Woodstock, N.Y., where she creates her fascinating sculptures.

 Beginning roughly 150 years ago, and informed by the work of a handful of 19th century influencers, Fredric Church, a widely successful artist and a central figure of the first American artistic movement, combined art, science and nascent environmentalism to create Olana, his defining work. By Jennifer Holz.

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