This week, Brooke Shields teamed up with the New York Academy of Arts’s David Kratz to curate “Call of the Wild,” an animal kingdom-focused exhibit of Academy graduates now up from now until Monday at Nova’s Ark Project as part of Art Southampton. Get to know the art world’s latest addition through her culture diet, here.
First thing you read in the morning: The New York Times Arts section.
Books on your bedside table right now: And the Mountains Echoed by Khaled Hosseini and The Nest by Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney.
The TV shows keeping you up at night: “Better Call Saul” and “I’ll Have What Phil’s Having.”
Last movie you saw in theaters: Finding Dory.
Last thing you saw at the theater: “Hamilton.”
Brooke Shields, Newly Minted Curator, Shares Her Culture Obsessions
Alonsa Guevara, “Monarch Butterfly Study,” 2016. Oil on wood panel.
Jake Ingram, “He knew he was destined for greater things,” 2015. Lithograph.
Claire Cushman, “Night Ride,” 2015. Monotype.
Loretta Mae Hirsch, “Untitled,” 2014. Ink, pencil, and marker on paper.
Alexandra Finkelchtein, “Duck (Blue), 2016. Color print under acrylic glass.
Angela Gram, “Spoon Bill,” 2014. Oil on canvas.
Nicolas V. Sanchez, “Vapor I,” 2016. Oil on panel.
Lani Kenneck, “Adept,” 2013. Flashe paint on paper.
Will Kurtz, “Squirrel (Tail Out),” 2016. Wood, wire, newspaper, tape, glue, matte medium, UV matte varnish.
Last museum exhibition that you loved: “Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs” at MoMA.
Release you’re most eagerly anticipating: Amor Towles’s A Gentleman in Moscow.
Summer travel destination: Thailand, and my backyard in Southampton.
What you’ve been most excited to wear this summer: My Isabel Marant peasant dress.
Last song you had on repeat: “Count to Ten” by Tina Dico.
Last concert you saw live: Sting.
How you get your news right now: The New York Times, my Twitter feed, and CNN.
Favorite accounts to follow: Architectural Digest; New York Academy of Art; and Death, Sex & Money.
Last thing you do before you go to bed: Kiss my girls.