This coterie has been unbelievably supportive of the husband-wife crew as they’ve rolled out Balcony, a biannual print magazine that focuses on artists’ individual lives fairly than their oeuvres. The publication intentionally disregards the typical professional narrative close to future exhibitions, featuring personal conversations about everyday routines and facet passions as a substitute.
The editorial undertaking arrived to fruition in the early pandemic, when Audrey and Vicente have been quarantining in the Brooklyn 1-bed room apartment that initial ignited their story. “The condominium has constantly been portion of our connection mainly because we moved in jointly pretty swiftly,” she shares.
Despite its 1930 origin, the condo has several original options outside of its beautiful pinewood floors, so the duo experienced to infuse the position with character themselves. Their picked furnishings have progressed all through their tenure, but the latest decor is educated by the Bauhaus and Brazilian modernism.
“Concepts that extended from the Bauhaus are some thing that we’re actually touched by,” Audrey states. “This idea that artwork imitates existence to a specified diploma is anything we generally like to live by. That will come into enjoy in how we have mounted artwork.”
Audrey and Vicente thoughtfully posture each and every piece in a locale that nods to the matter of the operate. A plaster cake slice sculpture by Claes Oldenburg, which was gifted to them for their wedding, sits on the Poul Cadovius wall unit in the eating home, when a Zach Bruder painting of neighboring homes is positioned by the front doorway.