Month: March 2014

Sublime Vistas

by Lily Hoagland Looking at Emily Buchanan’s landscapes, viewers are plunged into panoramas with a sense of tranquility and, often, the comfort of a familiar place. “I’ve always been drawn to landscape,” she explains. “As a student, I did a lot of figure drawing, portrait, and still life. It was important for me to do, …

Style En Pointe

by Lily Hoagland Ballerinas make great models. They can bring a look to life in a way that a waif stomping down the catwalk never could. This spring, audiences can watch Yigal Azrouël’s designs flitter and jeté across the stage in two dance works choreographed by Emery LeCrone as part of the Guggenheim’s performing arts …

From Tube Tops to Riches

by Alex R. Travers It’s easy to say that, after 40 years, Elie Tahari has it all: the multi-million dollar company that has grown exponentially since it was founded in 1974; an intimate knowledge of what his clients love; and, most recently, a day named after him (September 4 is known as “Elie Tahari Day” …