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The Face of America

2020 Vol. 4 Issue 2

COURTESY OF LUKE BUTLER

Biannual magazine published in New York City

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SLEEPING IN A MUSEUM

LUKE BUTLER

ALISHA WORMSLEY

AT HOME ON THE HUDSON KINGSTON, NY

THE HUMANITY OF OUR HEROES

THERE ARE BLACK PEOPLE IN THE FUTURE


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THE FACE OF AMERICA MAGAZINE 2020 VOL.4 ISSUE 2 CONTENT LUKE BUTLER

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ALISHA WORMSLEY

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MICHELLE HAMER

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ALI SHRAGO-SPECHLER

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PIERRE GERVOIS

41

AT HOME ON THE HUDSON

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ROYAL PRINCE CRUISES NYC

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ARTYA WATCHES

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CHATEAU DE BERNE

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BILLIONAIRES ROW CHAMPAGNE

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GIFTS

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“My work reflects an abiding, lifelong fascination with heroes and heroic imagery.

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From an early age, I was warned to be skeptical of the brightly colored world of TV and movies - that no matter how much it meant to me, it was not real. However, I have loved and looked deeply into that world at every stage of my life, and the relationship that has endured and evolved between us is quite real, and quite significant, and is something that I share with many friends, old and new. The tension between the disposable unreality of popular culture, and the vital, even mythic role it plays in our lives, fuels my work in art. I make paintings of moving pictures that find a new role in sitting still, where pop imagery can be both artificial and true.�


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“THE END is a classic fixture of our narrative culture, which I paint as a figure in a landscape. Untethered from its established role as a moving-picture exit, its meaning strays. Static and alone in a scenic wilderness, it becomes antiheroic, absurd, a pop memento-mori. As it unfolds into a series, THE END goes from a singular entity to a refrain of comic despair that increases with repetition. Though meant to look and feel like genuine film references, these are made from pictures that I take, mostly of San Francisco’s elemental coast.”


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While the figures and scenery that I paint are highly descriptive, they are contained within the flat interior of the canvas. The imagery dissolves at the edges, at the boundary of reality and artifice, where my work most wants to be.”

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“If these text-based pieces render the actual landscape legendary and cinematic, my earlier efforts draw humanity out of the cherished and iconic television figures of my youth. Removed from their fast-moving context, men of action become figures of pathos. In paint, on canvas, frozen in midgesture, they have somewhat the appearance of religious painting, emphasizing vulnerability, sorrow, ambiguity- things of significance well beyond that of the tidy world of televised narrative.


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Alisha B. Wormsley (Pittsburgh, PA) is an interdisciplinary artist and cultural producer. Her work is about collective memory and the synchronicity of time, specifically through the stories of women of color, more specifically Black Women in America. Wormsley is an artist who has worked in communities around the world, helping to develop artistic ideas, celebrate identities, and organize public art initiatives for national and international audiences. Wormsley’s work has received a number of awards and grants to support programs namely the Children of NAN film series and archive, and There Are Black People In The Future. Her work has exhibited globally.

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Over the last few years, Wormsley has designed several public art initiatives including Streaming Space, a 24 foot pyramid with video and sound installed in Pittsburgh's downtown Market Square, and AWxAW, a multimedia interactive installation and film commission at the Andy Warhol Museum. Wormsley created a public program out of her work, "There Are Black People In the Future", which gives mini-grants to open up discourse around displacement and gentrification and was also awarded a fellowship with Monument Lab and the Goethe Institute. In 2020, Wormsley launched an art residency for Black creative mothers called Sibyls Shrine, which has received two years of support from the Heinz Endowments. Wormsley has an MFA in Film and Video from Bard College and currently is a Presidential Post Doctoral Research Fellow at Carnegie Mellon University to research and create work around the resurgence of matriarchal energy (defined as witchcraft by white supremacy) in the African-American community.


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COURTESY OF MICHELLE HAMER

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Michelle Hamer is a Melbourne (Australia) based artist who uses signage and language to reflect the restrictions, shame and mixed messages we all experience at some point in our lives and that she negotiates everyday. Corbett Lyon, director Lyon Housemuseum, describes her as an ‘urban flaneur’ – someone who observes society. It is these delicately timed personal and political observations that she brings to her arresting visual, tactile and vibrant artworks.

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Hamer graduated architecture (RMIT University 1999) but gave up her career to navigate EDS - a connective tissue disorder (like Australian pop singer/ songwriter Sia). While living with a chronic disability forced constraints on her ability to thrive in her chosen profession, it also led to reimagining herself and an accidental career as a visual artist.

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Endlessly confined at home, time felt slowed with only the escape of drives to medical appointments. She spent hours painstakingly hand-stitching the freeway signs that appeared to be personally warning her through the darkly humorous undertones of urban and suburban landscapes.

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Michelle Hamer's hand-stitched and drawn work is darkly humorous and familiar. Based on her own photographs and collected text it is concerned with being present in contemporary narratives and complexities. She is interested in the way that language (including signage) can define space and reflect on personal and global beliefs. Her works oscillate between fast and slow; past and present; analogue and digital; 2D and 3D; personal and political and become markers of rarely captured but revealing moments of 'everyday' fear, aspirations and trauma.

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“The intimidation and power play that some men impose in public spaces - in what are otherwise safe, and even idealised, environments - is familiar to so many of us. This behaviour is often justified as innocent and harmless yet is engrained in the way we navigate spaces.�

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Ali Shrago-Spechler is an interdisciplinary artist and educator from Hollywood, Florida. Her work explores the malleability of history, imagined community and the landscape of memory. She makes paintings, sculptural objects, installations and interactive events to create a familiar and strange space for her audience. Her hybrid actions employ a reflective nostalgia; exploring the comedy and violence of Jewish histories and cultures while encouraging viewers to question their own narratives, self-imposed alienation, and the source and effect of memory. Ali is the recipient of an Artist Fulbright Research grant to Karlsruhe, Germany (2020-21) and the Naomi Anolic Emerging Artist Award (2017) and currently in residence with ProjectArt in Crown Heights Library. She lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

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“In my work Eine Friedliche Industrie I am researching Karlsruhe’s Landscapes of Memory and Erinnerungskultur (“Remembrance Culture”) using the political and theatrical Thingspiele movement (1933-39) and its former venues as the framework for my investigation. This research will culminate in a sitespecific performance series and installation, Reclaiming Ritual, produced in collaboration with German archivists, artists and academics. Carried out alone and with large groups of participants, this investigative performance series will build a platform for partnership, conversation and narrative by merging German and Jewish cultural tropes and rituals, and reclaiming the Thingspiele (the movement) and Thingplaetz (the physical locations) as spaces for exchange and understanding- hope and empowerment.”


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“Documentation (including video, photography, drawings, and handmade souvenirs) of the performance series will be displayed within the 1930s Period Room installation Eine Friedliche Industrie. This installation is currently in development and will survey the commodification and transformation of cultural objects and places in Karlsruhe; specifically in relation to the modes of remembrance found within American and JewishAmerican cultures and histories. The home and objects within it have been researched and displayed through the imagined lens of the family’s matriarchIrene Rosenberg- a feminist, chemist and first female to receive her PhD from KIT.”

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COURTESY OF PIERRE GERVOIS

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Pierre Gervois is a NYC based artist. He started painting in 1988, and incorporated elements of language in his work in 2000. Since 2019, his work is the witness of the American society, without judgement, emotion, or stated point of view. “Although I use language in my work, I’m neither a novelist nor a poet. I’m a painter. And the elements of language that inhabit my paintings do not exist separately from the entire painting. They are organically part of the subject (the black rectangle) and the singularity (the small rectangle on the right side). These elements of language lose their meaning if they are considered separately and therefore cannot be considered as quotes. They are exactly what they are, in their purest and original intent, as markings on a material surface of undefined scale”, said Pierre Gervois.

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City Life is a series of ten digital photographs representing the views of the city and its environment as it is rediscovered in the last weeks of May 2020.After weeks of confinement following the COVID-19 quarantine. Our eyes are slowly looking upwards, watching our environment, and looking for clues about the structural changes we are expecting to have happened during these weeks. Colliding with the public debate about acknowledging white privilege, the end of quarantine catalyzes all American society’s anxieties and forces everyone to rethink and re-frame our accepted positions in the social field.

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TRAVEL


Donald Matteson, Owner

AT HOME ON THE HUDSON, NY


A MUSEUM IN WHICH YOU CAN SLEEP


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Judge James Betts house was built in 1905 on former stone quarry lands used for building the Brooklyn Bridge. Kingston is a historic Dutch settlement from the early 1600s, and was New York State's first capital, which the British promptly burned down (1777). Many pre-revolutionary war stone buildings have been restored, including NY's first Senate House. This brick home has 4500 square feet of high-ceiling, oversize rooms and three separate outdoor spaces for dining, games, enjoying sunsets, and sunbathing.

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A sun room for morning coee and sipping wine at dusk all year round and a wrap around veranda is perfect for sunset. Solidly built and impeccably maintained, this property is a perfect headquarters for exploring Kingston's historic Stockade, Fair Street, Rondout and West Chestnut historic districts. A short distance to many other towns and attractions including Woodstock, Rhinebeck, New Paltz, Red Hook, Hyde Park and many tourist destinations for skiing. Kayaking, hiking, swimming, waterfalls, and caves to keep everyone active. Restaurants, bars, galleries, museums, river cruises, and enough history to engage all ages and interests.

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Donald Matteson, owner, was raised in LA and Honolulu, and after high school, he studied economics and finance at the University of Hawaii, then left the US to work as a business journalist in Hong Kong. While there he also picked up Cantonese and acquired some Asian cooking skills, and a wife. Returning to his hometown of Honolulu working for a sugar and macadamia nut producer, he earned his MBA then quickly moved on to NY where he worked for 20 years on Wall Street as an analyst, strategist and trading manager for several of the world’s leading banks and hedge funds. New York was the place where he could make a better than average living and enjoy the arts he loves at the same time. But Wall Street was a means to an end for him. At 50, he retired from finance to explore possibilities in the arts and in writing, his true calling.


In partnership with artist Marco Crocchianti, Donald Matteson and him started working together on art-hospitality ventures in the US and Italy. They recently curated a new luxury guest house, At Home on the Hudson, in Kingston, NY. He and Marco split their time between Kingston, Brooklyn, and Tuscany. At Home on the Hudson is their follow up venture to At Home In Brooklyn, a five star Bed and Breakfast in Brooklyn, New York, earning accolades from around the world. That home was named the best B&B in New York City by the London Observer. They are both avid travelers, art collectors and supporters of the arts. Most of their collection, including works by Crocchianti, is on display in either the Brooklyn or Kingston locations.

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Picking tomatoes in the house’s garden for BBQ. This is the true luxury.

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This statue is the heart of the house. Always kindly watching on the house’s occupants.

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We loved this book signed by Margaret Tatcher and full of vintage 1970’s and 1980’s political images. We put our fingers on the signature to connect with her. Try to find this book in the library.

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The Son of Sound is a creation that’s high in ArtyA content: off-thewall, uncompromising, and pure rock. Its origins embody the desire common to all the fullyindependent brand’s designs – coming up with an emotion-packed, passionate timepiece that breaks away from traditional watchmaking codes. The Son of Sound has been made in the image of ArtyA and its designer Yvan Arpa, taking the road less travelled, far from the dictates of convention.

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Château de Berne’s terroir is located nearly 25 miles from the Mediterranean Sea. It is situated on a plateau made of a chalky bed that formed in the lower and middle Jurassic ages, when the sea still occupied the region, leaving marine sediment deposits. The soils are predominately limestone and clay, which oer an ideal balance of drainage. The region receives 3,000 hours of sunshine, 20-30 inches of rainfall and 50 windy days annually, which allows the grapes to achieve full phenolic ripeness and provides ventilation which ensures a wonderful aromatic freshness.

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The estate, one of the best renowned wine tourism destinations in Provence welcomes wine lovers to an exceptional, luxurious setting: an elegant five-star Relais & Château hotel, a spa, two restaurants including the Michelin-starred Le Jardin de Benjamin, a cooking school and 1,235 acres of magnificent natural scenery dedicated to discovering Provence.

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Lovers of luscious rosĂŠ champagnes will be delighted by the use of red wine from very old Pinot Meunier vines. There are very few champagne makers who emphasise the powerful fruitiness of this varietal. The precise blend of light, ethereal wines with a judicious amount of red wine creates a champagne that is elegant, fruity and unequalled. A subtle harmony between fruitiness and elegance, this blended rosĂŠ bears all the hallmarks of the traditional Billionaires Row Champagne expertise.

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A dance of scintillating bubbles against a pretty salmon pink background. On the nose: aromas of crushed strawberries and Morello cherries. On the palate: elegant red fruit flavours in abundance. The finish is pleasantly fresh with a hint of almond paste and cocoa.

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EKSTER ALUMINIUM WALLET This sleek wallet, made in Space-grade 6061-T6 Aluminum, comes with our patented quick card mechanism, giving you instant access to your most used cards. With the included metal plate, you can expand your storage up to 15+ cards, without sacrificing the wallet's nimble profile. It comes in matching colours to the brand new iPhone 12.

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gifts GPX VLOGGING KIT This vlogging kit enhances video capabilities with an LED 1800 lumen video light this is dimmable and can be set to warm or daylight, a unidirectional microphone, vlogging rig with adjustable phone holder that can be used with or without a phone case, a tripod with adjustable position ball joint, a foam windscreen and light travel bag. gpx.com

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X MASK The xMask Mesh is a washable, and reusable face mask made from antimicrobial materials and engineered for breathability. Equipped with a set of filtered non-return valves to ensure that you’re breathing safe, filtered air while protecting those around you. Featuring an adjustable head strap and malleable nose strip for the best fit and protection available. The xMask Mesh V3 comes in 4 sizes with a 5 layer filter of the appropriate size. The xMask is tested with results showing 95% filtering eďŹƒciency against particles down to 0.3Îźm in size.

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gifts KARMA AND LUCK MASKS Safety, in its widest sense, concerns the happiness, contentment and freedom of mankind. To secure the needed safety, happiness and love in the uncertainty of today, we have to keep essential things a habit. The "Sacred Trio - Karma and Luck Set of 3 Face Masks" is the way to start such a habit, with the persistent Turtle reminding us to keep up, the Om enriching us with daily mantras and the Lotus inspiring us to go through the mud.

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gifts VOORMI HOODIE This Voormi hoodie has been tested and reviewed by our editorial team in real travel conditions. This is the best Hoodie they have ever reviewed. Impeccable quality of fabric, sturdy construction, and extreme comfort. This Voormi hoodie is THE hoodie you want to bring with you on a plane or car trip. voormi.com

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gifts ISABEL GRACE DOG TAGS The classic look of these Men's Dog Tag Necklace never goes out of style. Personalize this piece with names, dates, initials or a special message of your choice.  Fits up to 3 lines of text with up to 11 characters per line. Dog tag measures 1 1/4 inch long by 3/4 inch wide. isabellegracejewelry.com

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gifts SOFI SOFA CHAIR Sofi was designed to be chic, built to be reliable, and created to be convenient! With their direct to door delivery and absolutely no necessary tools required for installation. Sofi also grows with you. Any chair can become a loveseat, any loveseat can become sofa, and any sofa can be super sized. sleepenvie.com

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The Caviar Company Since 2015, Sisters Petra and Saskia Bergstein have embraced the California caviar community becoming a trusted partner with some of San Francisco’s top restaurants and eateries around the country. Petra’s experience with caviar first began with a job in the luxury food and hospitality industry, which led to working with a caviar company in Sacramento. Saskia at the time was running her own consulting firm and one of her clients included the caviar farm where Petra worked. After making her sister’s company her solo client, the two decided to venture into the world of this luxury fish delicacy on their own, following sustainable practices.

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gifts NEFT VODKA NEFT Vodka has received multiple accolades and awards, including: a 98-point rating from The Tasting Panel magazine; named one of the Best 20 Vodka Brands of 2020 by VinePair; 94 point rating and Double Gold Medal from Best Tasting Spirits; 92 points & Gold Medal from the Beverage Tasting Institute; Consecutive Double Gold medals at the prestigious San Francisco World Spirits Competition, becoming one of only three vodkas to win that recognition; and significantly, won “Best Vodka” in 2018 also from the SFWSC.

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gifts DIPLOMATICO RUM Diplomático Reserva Exclusiva is a blend of exclusive rum reserves aged for up to twelve years, carefully selected by our Master Blenders. Marrying a unique body with excellent balance has made this multi award-winning rum a reference for connoisseurs and fine spirits lovers throughout the world. Opening up with aromas of orange peel, toffee and licorice, it is smooth on the palate, and follows on with notes of toffee fudge that offers a seductive, long-lasting finish. rondiplomatico.com/

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POLO RALPH LAUREN DEEP BLUE PERFUME Inspired by the cool deep ocean and lush island scents, this new powerful parfum opens with a wave of refreshing citrus and green mango amplified with CristalFizz™, a unique aquatic ingredient that boosts the intensity. Aromatic cypress and clary sage add another level of sophistication, freshness, and sensuality to the fragrance. Available at Macy’s.

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SOLO HYDRATING DEFENSE The product is a light, moisturizing gel-cream that is excellent for postshave and features the patented WEL by skinbetter, a proprietary antioxidant technology, at the basis for the formulation to optimize product results for men. skinbetter.com

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gifts FORGE FORWARD MEN’S COSMETICS Utah-based Dynamic Blending created a long-lasting partnership with the team over at Forge Forward USA (FFU). This company was created by a dedicated team of ex-military individuals focused on giving back to veterans. A large portion of profits are allocated to helping veterans get back on their feet and get help where they need it. It is also to provide high quality products at an aordable price for veterans. forgeforward.com

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NONIKO DEODORANT NONIKO launches first of its kind plastic-free, all natural deodorant solution Brand evolution pushes boundaries to define the future of sustainability pairing its cult favorite natural deodorant in a truly sustainable, reusable, stainless steel case.

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gifts OXYGENETIX COSMETICS As conscious consumerism continues to gain traction and young consumers place inclusivity high on their list of desired brand values, companies are being propelled into the growing frontier of gender-neutral beauty. Skincare and cosmetics line Oxygenetix has joined the ranks of numerous other companies who've ditched stereotypically 'male' and 'female' packaging and products, adopting a nonbinary approach. oxygenetix.com

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