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Sleek – #42

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Sleek – #42
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€ 10,00

Fun and games are what is examined through art and fashion in this issue of Sleek: it is considered what influence do computer games have in contemporary art, how game theory works in fashion design, how toys and dolls in art can express something of the uncanny fears we felt as kids in front of the TV, and elsewhere a number of artists, photographers and designers are invited to show their idea of fun, which ranges from jumping up and down on a trampoline to rollercoaster rides to wearing funny masks to…

Modern Originals

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Modern Originals
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€ 42,00

This intimate portrait of both iconic and unknown midcentury European designers and architectural masterpieces reveals an inspiring personal approach to modernism. This gorgeously photographed volume features the intimate and private spaces of both the icons and unknown vanguards of European midcentury architecture and design. Showcasing the functional beauty of midcentury design, Modern Originals presents the innovative homes by some of the most compelling and influential European midcentury designers, including Le Corbusier, Alvar Aalto, Finn Juhl, Robin and Lucienne Day, and Gae Aulenti, to name a few.

1968: Radical Italian Design

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1968 – Radical Italian Design
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€ 50,00

1968: Radical Italian Design, the newest project from Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari’s Toilet Paper in collaboration with the Deste Foundation in Athens, offers an unorthodox, kaleidoscopic walk through the Dakis Joannou collection of Italian Radical Design furniture. Led by avant-garde design firms such as Archizoom, Superstudio, Global Tools and 9999, Radical Design was firmly opposed to the ethics, and indeed the very notion of, “good design” or taste. Toilet Paper’s bold, mischievous interpretation of Joannou’s collection results in delightful, high-contrast photographs that merge the seductive lines of Radical Design furniture and objects with the curves of the modern-day nymphs cavorting among them. Published as a board book, and named after a year that was pivotal for architecture and design (and, of course, the world at large), 1968 is a collection of dreams and nightmares, an inspiring, eye-popping compendium of colorful, ironic objects and bodies. At once charmingly retro and alarmingly surreal, 1968 includes drawings by one of the Radical Design movement’s foremost architects, Alessandro Mendini

Kaleidoscope – Summer 2014

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Kaleidoscope – Summer 2014
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10,00 €

Alex Gartenfeld by Nicolás Guagnini; Sarah Rifky by Laura McLean Ferris; Hanne Mugaas by Gerd Elise Mørland; Anthony Yung by Pauline Yao; Luca Lo Pinto by Ilaria Gianni. “Curating Non-Profit” moderated by Jason Hwang; “Curating Large Scale” moderated by Chris Sharp; “Curating The Internet” moderated by Karen Archey; “Curating The Gallery” moderated by Alessio Ascari. MONO – John Armleder. Interview by Andrea Bellini; Essay by Jeanne Graff. Femi Adeyemi by Hans Ulrich Obrist; Bob Nickas by Fredi Fischli and Niels Olsen; Los Angeles by Jesi Khadivi; Stephan Trüby by Carson Chan; “The Art of Food” by Francesca Gavin

The Believer – The music issue

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The Believer – The music issue
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15,00 €

Marcel Dzama in conversation with Will Butler. The artists chat about music, dance, and childhood to mark the release of the soundtrack to Dzama’s new film, included in this issue. Without You I’m Nothing by Alexandra Molotkow
Exploring a seldom-considered but surprisingly fruitful literary micro genre: the memoirs of rock stars’ ex-lovers. Nancy Sinatra interviewed by Erik Morse. “When I was crying at the very end of the take, Lee was celebrating in the booth. And he kept that take. But that’s what happens when you’re acting a part. You get wrapped up in it.”…..

Bloom – Brazil

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Bloom – Brazil
Text auf Englisch
75,00 €

Bloom brings you the most unique outsider design and local talent from different countries to fuel ideas for the years to come. The first in a series of journeys to countries around the planet takes us to Brazil. 280 visually-rich pages of trend information and creative inspiration for product design, art, fashion, cosmetics, food, architecture, interiors, textiles, communication and strategy. In this special triple issue, the beauty and the beast are brought together to imagine the luscious land of Amazonia; the boldness of its colour, the brazenness of its form and the thrill of its sumptuous embrace

Riposte – #2

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Riposte – #2
A Smart Magazine for Women
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14,00 €

The second issue of Riposte is full of women who challenge the status quo and who have achieved great things things on their own terms. The magazine’s ideas section looks at the women doing interesting things across food, music, art, fashion and architecture. The cover star Deborah Sussman takes the reader through her fascinating collections of art and artifacts at her LA home. Furthermore, Riposte speaks to writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, filmmakers Natalia Leite and Alexandra Roxo as well as rapper Lizzo in its meetings section.

Fashion Week Sunday on Auguststrasse – today from 12am to 5pm

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San Rocco – #9

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San Rocco – #9
Monks and Monkeys
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15,00 €

The latest San Rocco issue features 2A+P/A on grey furniture, Michael Abrahamson on sculpture, Andrea Balestrero on Francesco Lo Savio, Erin Besler and Ian Besler on scale models and Marco Biraghi on Mies van der Rohe’s recent fortunes. Moreover, Lorenzo De Chiffre visits Herzog & de Meuron’s Stone House in Tavole, Kersten Geers writes on Stirling’s minimalism and Simon Walker on Sol LeWitt. Amongst other things, it furthermore includes photos by Giulio Boem and video stills by Sophie Nys.

Intern – #2

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Intern – #2
Text auf Englisch
12,00 €

Intern is a bi-annual independent print publication concerned with internships in the creative industries. The magazine has two main aims. The first is to provide a tactile showcase for the precocious talent currently working in these fields unpaid and as interns. Secondly, Intern is initiating a long overdue and frank debate about the current state of the intern culture, and its potential implications in both the short and long term for the creative industries. The second issue features work by Yuvali Theis, Luisa Martelo, Romke Hoogwaerts and Craig Ballinger. Anne Quito interviews Jessica Walsh, Zara Joan Miller quizzes Adrian Shaughnessy and and there are Jean Jullien and his ex-intern Toufan Hosseiny.

Mono.kultur – #36

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Ricardo Bofill: The Future of the Past
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5,00 €

‘It is enough to say that Ricardo Bofill is one of Europe’s most famous and prolific architects of the last century. To add any more is to inevitably leave out too much.’ Spanish architect and enfant terrible Ricardo Bofill talks to mono.kultur about fifty years of architecture, the vagaries of ambition and how Modernism killed the city. Visually, this latest issue offers a disorienting journey of architectural splendour with plenty of previously unpublished images from the archives of Ricardo Bofill (as well as the odd film still of naked bodies). Using partial high gloss varnish throughout, it juxtaposes the natural and the artificial, the intellectual and the sexual, the disciplined and the decadent.

Torrent – #2

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Torrent – #2
Text auf Englisch
23,00 €

Torrent No.2 includes a conversation with curator and writer Robert Storr on ethics in the art world. Muhanned Caders artist contribution explores the relationship between the sky and city space in Hong Kong. There is material about hyper-specialists on eBay, radioactive glows, and clouds of bats by Florian Germann as well as text experiments and visuals related to pseudo writings and Chinese calligraphy by Enoch Cheung. The issue also includes a visual essay Roland Lüthi about photographic materiality and Manual Cirauqui’s take on the transcultural dynamics in contemporary art through the example of kung-fu director Robert Tai’s Shaolin Dolemite. Enclosed is the supplement “Silver Silence/Golden Speech” with conversations on art (in Chinese with English) by thirteen artists and cultural practitioners from Hong Kong.

Harvard Design Magazine – #38

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Harvard Design Magazine – #38
Do You Read Me?
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19,50 Euro

The (splendidly titled) “Do You Read Me?” issue marks a new direction for Harvard Design Magazine—one that invites “reading” across disciplinary boundaries, and stakes out an expanded arena for architecture and design dialogue. It considers reading and misreading, and the role of design in streamlining or garbling the exchange between sender and receiver, writer and reader, maker and user. Whether written or rendered, engineered or enacted, both message and messenger are designed, and it is the relation between craft and comprehension that is explored here. Furthermore, the issue also reflects that today, beyond the intentional construction and exchange of messages, we are all constantly “read” as data as well.

Spike – #40

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Spike – #40
Art Quarterly
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9,50 €

Themed “Art under Capitalism”, Spike’s summer issue includes a conversation about the bleak future of art with dealer Gavin Brown, a cutting-edge figure of the New York scene. Italian left-wing theorist Tiziana Terranova talks about living in an age of debt, the German critic Kolja Reichert reflects on how the ascendance of art is a symptom of the devaluation of money, while writer Jon Leon interviews LA artist Alex Israel about nostalgia, style and taste. The cult curator Bob Nickas thinks back on the career of Laurie Parsons, who quit the art world soon after joining it in the 1990s. In addition, Spike online editor Timo Feldhaus writes about Jordan Wolfson’s expensive and notorious dancing robot, and curator Michele D’Aurizio pitches Curzio Malaparte’s novel The Skin as a lesson in humanity and suffering, while American science-fiction author Mark von Schlegell contributes a new short story about an unstoppable horde of children.

Liebling

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Liebling
Zeitschrift für Mode, Film, Musik und Kunst
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3,00 €

Mit einer Sonderausgabe zu den LeadAwards meldet sich Liebling zurück. Die besten Magazinseiten des letzten Jahres in einem Heft – das ist die Idee und das Konzept der neuen Ausgabe. Jedes Jahr kommen 120 Juroren zusammen, um die besten deutschen Magazinbeiträge, Fotostrecken und Cover mit den LeadAwards auszuzeichnen. Mario Lombardo hat sich vor den diesjährigen LeadAwards-Jurysitzungen alle Strecken angesehen und seine ganz persönlichen Lieblingsseiten zusammengetragen. Die neue Liebling ein Bekenntnis zum Kulturgut Zeitschrift.

Four&Sons – #1

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Four&Sons – #1
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18,00 €

The premiere issue of Four&Sons pays homage to iconic photographer Elliott Erwitt, whose waggish black and whites of such figures as Marilyn Monroe and Fidel Castro are rivaled only by hundreds more of dogs. It explores artists whose work is inspired by dogs — Mark Ruwedel’s wistful pictures of abandoned doghouses in the desert, Sophie Gamand’s disarming portraits of sopping-wet dogs — and, conversely, those whose dogs inspire them. There are tales about dogs real (Nipper, the HMV dog) and imagined (Dave Eggers’ star-crossed mutt), and an obscure collection by Peter Hujar starring animals and nudes.

Gather Journal – #5

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Gather Journal – #5
Caravan
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18,00 €

The desert issue of Gather Journal uses the word “Caravan” as its guide. It features an array of recipes that bear the imprints of deserts near and far. There is a chapter devoted to desserts inspired by the iconic visuals of one specific desert (Arizona’s Painted Desert), and another that examines the meanings, both literal and figurative, of an oasis. The issue also pays homage to the beauty of succulents, dreams up a kaleidoscopic range of cocktails, and highlights the sense of wanderlust that the desert has been known to inspire.

Printed Pages – Summer 2014

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Printed Pages – Summer 2014
The It’s Nice That Magazine
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9,00 €

Printed Pages’s Summer issue is full of art and design-related content. The issue is questioning Eike König about the objects that define him, investigating the growing trend of theatrical catwalk shows and touring the studios of some of the world’s finest children’s illustrators. Furthermore, Printed Pages caught up with revolutionary artist Duke Riley to find out why it’s important to take huge risks, spoke to David Pearson about his favourite book covers and learned that Marian Bantjes doesn’t understand the latest craze for beards.

Flanuer – #3

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Flaneur – #3
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€ 15,00

The third issue of Flaneur is out, this time it is all happening on Rue Bernard in Montreal!

Takayuki Yamamoto: Most Wanted

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Takayuki Yamamoto: Most Wanted
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€ 20,00

Japanese artist Takayuki Yamamoto gathered drawings by elementary school students of the most wanted criminals, offering us an insightful and occasionally humorous glimpse into the lively imaginations of the younger generation. From characters that could appear in comic books, unshaven thugs, pirates and ninjas, to pop stars, athletes and even Santa Claus, the interpretations of the theme are as varied as they are colourfully illustrated. Designed by Erik van der Weijde, the book is presented as a spiral-bound children’s sketchpad.

JA – Japan Architect –  #93

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JA – Japan Architect – #93
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€ 24,00

The issue features 55 works by Kazuo Shinohara, one of the most influential architects in the generation after the Metabolists. It contains photographs and drawings which appeared in the original issues of Shinkenchiku and original descriptive texts by the architect.

Irène – #5

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Irène – #5
Text auf Englisch
€ 15,00

Erotic Fanzine transcends trashy images commonly associated with nudity by showcasing sexual content that is refined and artistic. The publication aims to “revive some forgotten values of eroticism” through a myriad of media — from photography, poetry, and more — that expel the misconceptions of those against pornography. Issue #5 features an assortment of contributors from the likes of Martina Giammaria and Albert Moreu of Spleen, and Guillaume de Sardes of Prussian Blue. The zine is hand-numbered to a quantity of 1,000.

The Green Soccer Journal – #7

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The Green Soccer Journal – #7
Exploring the world of football
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14,00 €

The Green Soccer Journal is an independent style publication exploring the world of football. In this issue Iker Casillas reflects on club, country and fame, World Cup legend Geoff Hurst talks synergy, double hat-tricks and the Germans, and Ryan Inniss of Crystal Palace talks about Luke Shaw, Will Hughes and the bright future of English Football.

Wegner: just one good chair

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Wegner: just one good chair
Christian Holmsted Olesen
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49,80 €

Der Name von Hans J. Wegner ist untrennbar mit seinen unübertroffenen Stühlen verbunden, mit denen er dem dänischen Design international zum Durchbruch verhalf. Der gelernte Möbeltischler schuf die Prototypen zumeist mit eigener Hand; er benutzte traditionelle Verbindungstechniken wie Schlitz und Zapfen oder Fingerzinken und ging dabei an die Grenzen des mit Holz machbaren, was seinen Designs unerreichte Eleganz verleiht. Diese Monografie erscheint aus Anlass des 100. Geburtstags des großen Dänen.

Das Buch als Magazin – Traumnovelle

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Das Buch als Magazin – Traumnovelle
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12,00 €

Die dritte Nummer widmet sich der „Traumnovelle“ von Arthur Schnitzler. Ausserdem, Sehnsucht pro Strophe:Der Werkstattbericht eines Schlagertexters. Liebe für alle: Ein thailändisches Rotlichtviertel bei Tag und bei Nacht. Es ist noch Wein da: Von den Verführungen, denen Politiker in Berlin ausgesetzt sind. Zuneigung mit Einschränkung: Fünf Geschichten über die Angst, die Liebe zu verpassen. Die Nester der Nachbarn: Sind Tiere romantisch? Oder eifersüchtig? Ein Interview. Aale machen Glück: Von der vergeblichen Mühe, Träume zu deuten. Am dunklen Rand: Ein Polizist über die Nacht im Bayerischen Wald Einsam, sucht: Pornodarsteller aus Dänemark über die Fantasien ihrer Kunden. Ohne Augenlicht: Ein Ehepaar und der Kampf um die Beschreibung der Wirklichkeit.

Oak – #1

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Oak – #1
Text auf Englisch
€ 20,00

Oak is a new Danish magazine with an international aim. The magazine deals with Nordic culture, cuisine, and design and focuses on the Nordic way of life and the people behind it. The Nordic Journal is an exclusive printed magazine paying tribute to the authentic life, the lived life, focusing on the people who live in the Nordic countries and inspiring readers with design, interiors, portraits, reports, and culture. Moreover, One of a Kind Journal will contain a Design Directory that selects the 50 top Scandinavian brands in the design and life-style fields.

Endless – #2

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Endless – #2: California
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€ 15,00

The openness of American society and the Californian spirit is special, it fit perfectly to the Trip Families concept of creating experiences, so they stepped from opportunity to opportunity and from friends of friends to friends of friends who provided endless opportunities for local encounters. The final frontier that California once was still maintains that special spirit, at least on the mainland. Most of those who where met on the trip tried to make their very own thing, and moving to, visiting, or just staying in California provides the perfect base for exactly this free-spirited approach to life.

S Magazine – #15

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S Magazine – #15
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€ 23,50

Featuring Joséphine de La Baume, Edward Leida, Sagmeister & Walsh, Asger & Troels Carlsen, Hunters, Sebastian Black, Iban Akerlie and Jørgen Leth.

Kinfolk – #12

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Kinfolk – #12
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€ 16,50

Featuring: Photo essays that take us to salt-encrusted landscapes in Bolivia and Peru; Essays on the lure of the sea, sunburn, whale songs, John Steinbeck’s connection to the water. Interviews with the Meadow’s Mark Bitterman, best-selling author and former fisherman Mark Kurlansky, urban salt maker Sarah Sproule and a professional sandcastle builder; an illustrated guides on the story behind sailor tattoos; The history of salt water taffy and a list of the essential characteristics of a British seaside town; A Culinary Roundtable featuring a variety of chefs, food writers and others. A roundtable on the changing state of the sea featuring surfers, salt makers, a marine biologist and others ; Recipes for modern snow cones, Ricky’s Ensenada-Style Fish Tacos and Brown Butter Salted Honey Pie; and more…

Paradiso – #3

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Paradiso – #3
Text auf Deutsch
7,00 €

Die neue Paradiso macht sich auf nach Griechenland und zu seinen Menschen: zu einem ehemaligen Marketingleiter, der eine Straßenküche eröffnete; zu einer Fotografin, die plötzlich politisch wurde; zu einem Krimiautor, dessen Romane man als politischen Kommentar liest; zu einem leitenden Angestellten, der als Ikea-Logistiker zwei Jahre ausschließlich Nachtschichten schob; zu einem Koch, der zurückkehrt, um nach alten griechischen Kochtraditionen zu suchen; zu einer Journalistin, die jetzt mit griechischen Kräutern handelt. Die Krise hat ihr Leben geändert. Sie lieben und sie verwünschen ihr Land. Sie könnten gehen aber werden bleiben.

Saturdays Magazine – #3

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Saturdays Magazine – #3
Text auf Englisch
25,00 €

Saturdays Magazine’s third issue features 16 Q&As, for example with Tyson Chandler, Chris Christenson, Sarah Andelman, Shaun Tomson, Jim Joe. It contains 9 image portfolios, for instance from Henry Leutwyler, Jeremy Koreski, Renato D’Agostin, Björn Iooss.

Foam – under construction

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Foam – under construction
Text auf Englisch
27,50 €

Foam presents a selection of nine young visual artists for whom the creative process can be as much subject of an image as its final result. The photographic image as such and how we perceive it, is one of the most important focuses in their work. It seems like there are no specific rules, nor boundaries. At a certain point one might even ask if it’s still photography we are looking at.

Hot rum cow – Über beer

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Hot rum cow – Über beer
Text auf Englisch
10,00 €

Hot Rum Cow is back – Issue #5 including the story of lager’s rise to world domination, from the frozen forests of Patagonia to the Great Exhibition in Paris. The help us distinguish our Dunkels from our Dortmunders and they pit the best of British and American craft brews head-to-head in a re-run of The Revolutionary War. Away from beer they have been set on fire by a shaman, serenaded by a porn star, shocked by the Eggnog Rioters and seduced by the most beautiful bottles in the world. After reading about that lot you’ll probably need a drink. Bottoms up.

Cahier d ´Art – #2

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Cahier d ´Art – #2
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60,00 €

This second issue of the newly published Cahiers d’Art revue focuses predominately on the work of Rosemarie Trockel. In addition to a feature on Trockel, the publication also introduces the work of Peter Fischli and David Weiss, Le Corbusier, Inge Mahn, Absalon, and Riccardo Paratore. 

In the tradition of outstanding contributors to Cahiers d’Art, this second issue of the newly published art journal includes articles by world-renowned writers, curators and art historians including Hans Ulrich Obrist, Brigid Doherty, Joan Simon, Jean Louis Cohen, Michel Houellebecq, and poems by Rolf Dieter Brinkmann. 



Double Magazine – #27

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Double Magazine – #27
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18,00 €

Double is a fashion magazine offering an original and transversal point of view on the spirit of our times. With an already established format: a portfolio – the most important rendezvous of the magazine with an the artist-photographer as a guest of honour; an ABC with texts written by famous journalists from the arts and cinema ; a fashion section created by internationally respected photographers and renowned stylists.

The Plant – #6

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The Plant – #6
Text auf Englisch
12,00 €

Issue 6 celebrates the splendour of cherry blossoms in Japan captured by Daisuke Hamada, assorted orchids and the domestic charm of bad mothers everywhere: the spider plant. Coke Bartrina and Enrique Giner de los Rios guide us through the multiple landscapes of Mexico City. French artist Camille Henrot talks reactionary ikebana with Amy Sherlock and Osma Harvilahti goes deep into the coconut palms of Ghana. We investigate the cosmic potential in Hereford soil at Fern Verrow and Kyushu’s onsen in Secret Foliage. With stops in Versailles gardens, Sydney’s rock pools and the badlands of industrial Berlin, our travel ends back in Japan with photographer Rinko Kawauchi y in Shogatsu. There’s more! Enjoy the tale of the Indian sandalwood bandit, cinematic adventures in the maze of childhood and Scheltens and Abbenes recipes. And most importantly! Find a spider plant that you like, with a monograph on this issue’s chosen plant.

Bite me – #1

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Bite me – Issue 1 – The Butt Issue
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16,00 €

Issue 1 – The Butt Issue.
The magazine is an ode to our favourite body part, the hardest working muscle in show business and, fortunately, lots of artists, writers and collaborators also love butt. Issue 1 features artists Jake and Dinos Chapman, Misha Hollenbach, Riley Payne, Ron Wan; writers Linlee Allen, Amanda Maxwell, Kathryn Lefroy, photographers Paul Barbera, Akif Hakan Celebi, Jesus Manongdo, Kai von Rabenau, Lyndal Walker and illustrators Kate Barnett, Stephen Speir, Adam Smith and many other contributors. While today’s “selfie” culture permeates through all mediums, The Butt Issue is bourne out of the desire to explore how our backsides have shaped culture, the arts, fashion and social commentary since the dawn of capturing images- the butt is indeed a powerful, ubiquitous but often under represented symbol. BITE ME magazine is committed to working with artists, photographers, illustrators, writers, videographers, musicians and journalists who revel in making exceptional work and like to party. We like to party too.
 Hail to the butt! No arseholes allowed.

Apartamento – #13

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Apartamento – #13
Text auf Englisch
12,00 €

Featuring: Wes Anderson, Anissa Helou, Joel Chen, Rafael Horzon, Jack Pierson, Faye Toogood, Marie Honda, Richard McConkey, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Adel Husni Bey & Mirella Clemencigh, Arturo Rhodes, Fabiola Alondra, Bernhard Willhelm, Andy Rementer & Margherita Urbani, Oscar Tusquets Blanca, Peter Shire. With a special supplement about the legacy of Alexander Girardand a Humor Furniture Graphic a portfolio by Luciano Consigli.

Anthology – #15

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Anthology – #15
Text auf Englisch
€ 15,00

This issue includes a chat with Kristin Perers, the UK-based photographer behind the blog This Is 50. The travel dispatch examines Venice Beach from the perspective of a native. End any meal on a sweet note with a trio of desserts of varying degrees of complexity. A visit of two sisters in Vancouver, as well as their mother who resides in Mexico; all three of their homes share an appreciation for the naturally beautiful. The issue also includes the interiors of: a 20-something starting out in San Francisco; a young family living in Amsterdam; a filmmaker and stylist in his 40s who occupies a Chicago loft; and a Boston-area designer and shopkeeper in her mid-70s. Meet the 70-year-old Italian gallerist considered by many to be a bellwether of cutting-edge design. A New Orleans dinner party brings together artists at different stages in their careers and life.

Boat Magazine – #6

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Boat Magazine – #6
Reykjavik
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€ 8,00

Issue 6 travels to Reykjavík, Iceland to explore its vast heritage of literature and storytelling; witness the awe-inspiring Aurora Borealis; take Iceland’s strongest man to lunch; explore the origins of Icelandic music; surf the sub-zero waters, spend time with contemporary artists Thórunn Árnadóttir and Siggi Eggertsson.