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Mirage #4

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Mirage #4
– Fashion, Swimwear Jestset Hedonism

Text auf Englisch
€ 20,00

Noon #2 – AW 14

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Noon #2
– AW 14

Text auf Englisch
€ 13,00

Noon is a magazine concerned with art and commerce. Published twice a year, the title has a strong art and fashion bias, with contemporary critical text alongside.
Issue 02 comes with contributions from Alasdair McLellan, Charlie Engman, Mel Bles, Jason Evans, Gareth McConnell, Taryn Simon, Neil Beloufa & Douglas Coupland.

Kaleidoscope #22

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Kaleidoscope – #22
Text auf Englisch
€ 11,50

KALEIDOSCOPE’s newest release, issue 22 (Fall 2014), introduces a completely redesigned and revamped version of the magazine, under the visionary art direction of Munich-based Bureau Mirko Borsche.

In this issue, our signature MAIN THEME section, entitled SO NY, is dedicated to practices informed and inspired by the city of New York. From the gritty urban feeling to the great sense of community—living and working in NYC provides endless inspiration and fuel for artists and creators. We have selected four pairs, from different generations and circles, to share memories and discuss perspectives: Jeffrey Deitch and Fab 5 Freddy, Chris Martin and Joyce Pensato, Brendan Dugan and Ari Marcopoulos, and Cecilia Alemani and Marianne Vitale. The result is a choral tale of convergences, strategies, connections, and old and new magics. Enriched with a collectable poster by Ari Marcopoulos!

Facades and Colors

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Facades and Colors
Text auf Englisch, Französisch, Deutsch
30,00 €

100 flat blocks of colours and 100 photos of facades – all taken in Switzerland – in a way that shows the building, without allowing one to identify it but to see the colour. On the left-hand page is the photo, on the right-hand page a flat tint block of exactly the same colour than the facade opposite. Facade and colours is an invitation to see the city.

IdN v21n4: Pattern Special

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IdN v21n4: Pattern Special
Brand in Pattern
Text auf Englisch
16,00 €

Integrating patterns into a brand’s language is never an easy task. It can often add something aesthetically memorable. Playing devil’s advocate on the other hand, it can also clutter and confuse. Discover how these creatives take on the challenge and level up various identities to new peaks. Inclzding works by Bielke+Yang, BVD, Denis Mallet, Drew Watts, Jonas Emmertsen, LAVA, Olivia King, Sydney Goldstein and many more..

Thomas Ruff – Zeitungsfotos/Newspaper Photographs

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Thomas Ruff
– Zeitungsfotos/Newspaper Photographs

Text auf Deutsch und Englisch
36,00 €

Thomas Ruff hat während der Jahre 1981 bis 1991 Photographien aus der deutschen Tages- und Wochenpresse gesammelt, woraus ein Archiv mit über 2500 Bildern entstanden ist. Dieses Buch zeigt eine rein subjektive Auswahl von 400 Bildern, die er zwischen 1990 und 1991 getroffen hat.

OK DJ – Daniel Josefsohn

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Daniel Josefsohn
– OK DJ

€ 29,80

Die erste Monografie des Berliner Fotografen und Enfant Terrible mit einem Best-of aus seiner ZEITmagazin-Kolumne »Am Leben«. Seine Bilder entziehen sich gängigen Sehgewohnheiten und be­wegen sich scheinbar schwerelos zwischen Kunst und Kommerz, Provokation und Humor, ironischer Setzung und politischer Anstiftung.

CeeCee Berlin

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CeeCee Berlin
Text auf Englisch
29,90 €

CeeCee ist Berlins meist gelesenes online Medium. Hinter CeeCee stecken Sven Hausherr and Nina Trippel, die nun ein Buch aus 200 ihrer interessantesten Features gemacht haben. Ein Berlin-Buch for Berlinbesucher, Berlinliebhaber, Einheimische und zukünftige Berliner.

Cee Cee is Berlin’s most widely read online medium. It covers and comments on the capital’s perpetually changing urban landscape and the multifaceted goings-on in the culture and restaurant scenes. The selection of recommendations is carefully vetted and has become an indispensable guide for Berlin lovers in Germany and abroad, for expats and locals. A Berlin book for Berlin visitors, Berlin lovers, Berlin residents, and future Berliners.

Elephant – #20

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Elephant – #20
Text auf Englisch
19,95 €

There’s a new Elephant in the room. This special 20th issue sees the art culture magazine metamorphose both editorially and in terms of design. Though Elephant will keep its most celebrated features – including Encounters and Destinations – it introduces new ones designed to boldly showcase the best of art in all disciplines. These include two bound, high-quality inserts, titled ‘Paper…

Friends of friends – Freunde von Freunden

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Friends of friends – Freunde von Freunden
Text auf Englisch und Deutsch
39,90 €

The second book reveals 45 uniquely inspiring stories from people and their homes – from Berlin to Beirut, Lima to L.A. and Tokyo and many more…

Space – #1

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Space – #1
Text auf Englisch
€ 12,00

Space magazine is a new interior and culture biannually that combines frank photography and writing with the universal and sometimes extravagant subject of living. Space magazine creates a new mark for mixing unique interiors and design with great stories. It includes interviews, reportages and portfolios. The debut issue is loosely themed “family and friends” and it’s about those we hold dear.

N+1 – #20

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n+1 – #20
Text auf Englisch
13,50 €

Issue 20: Survival! Including essays on the crisis of democracy under the global financial crisis and translated reportage on one hapless drug dealer’s attempt to make it big in the Mexican cartels, a journey into the hit songwriting industrial complex, and a case study in the history of race and the art world from the 1970s. More groundbreaking fiction: an excerpt from a forthcoming novel by new author Nell Zink, and a superb short story by an author we’ve long admired and published, Yelena Akthiorskaya.

Vogue Italy – September and Anniversary issue

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Vogue Italy – September and Anniversary issue
Text auf Italienisch
13,00 €

Vogue US – September Issue

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Vogue US – September Issue
Text auf Englisch
12,30 €

Sophie Taeuber-Arp – Heute ist Morgen

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Sophie Taeuber-Arp – Heute ist Morgen
Text auf Deutsch
58,00 €

Sophie Taeuber-Arp (1889–1943), ein Universaltalent der frühen Avantgarde ist bis heute eine «bekannte Unbekannte». Sie zählt jedoch zu den wichtigsten Schweizer Künstlerinnen des 20. Jahrhunderts. Unglaublich vielfältig begabt, schuf Taeuber-Arp in den Bereichen Design, Malerei, Textilien, Zeichnung, Plastik, Architektur, Tanz und Szenografie ein OEuvre von höchster Qualität. Im souveränen Umgang mit Form, Farbe und Material entwickelte sie eine unverkennbare Handschrift. Neben einem ausgeprägten Bewusstsein für aktuelle Tendenzen kam darin auch ihre präzise künstlerische Haltung zum Ausdruck. Das Buch erscheint zu den gleichnamigen Ausstellungen im Aargauer Kunsthaus

Pop – Kultur und Kritik – #5

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Pop – Kultur und Kritik – #5
Text auf Deutsch
16,80 €

Diesmal mit dem Schwerpunktthema Reichtum. Mit Aufsätze unter anderem von Diedrich Diederichsen zu konzeptueller Musik und von Tom Holert zum Populismus.

Woman in clothes

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Woman in clothes – by Sheila Heti, Heidi Julavits and Leanne Shapton
Text auf Englisch
24,00 €

Through original interviews, conversations, surveys, projects, diagrams and drawings from over six hundred contributors – including Miranda July, Cindy Sherman, Elif Batuman, Mac McClelland, Lena Dunham, Molly Ringwald, Tavi Gevinson, Rachel Kushner, Roxane Gay and Sarah Nicole Prickett – Women in Clothes explores the wide range of motives that inform how women present themselves through clothes, and what style really means.

Graphic – #30

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Graphic – #30
Text auf Englisch
25,00 €

Issue #30 of GRAPHIC features interviews with ten publishing companies, along with information about their books. These companies are all small-scale, independent, and not especially commercial. The books they publish are also different from the typical art fare. Simply put, they aren’t like the commercial publishers that depend on economies of scale and mass marketing. Their focus is instead on the kind of publishing that delves into the possibilities the book medium holds in the contemporary context. The ten companies introduced here aren’t necessarily the leaders of their field. But each has its own identity, its own unique way of reflecting the field’s diversity.

Fantastic Man – #20

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Fantastic Man – #20
Text auf Englisch
8,50 €

Issue 20 features double Oscar-winning Christoph Waltz, fashion editor Imran Amed, Canadian author and artist Douglas Coupland, and French actor Xavier Dolan. There’s also a guide to this season’s best winter coats, what to wear to the theatre, and a piece about the finest discontinued perfumes.

Gentlewoman #10

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Gentlewoman – #10
Text auf Englisch
13,60 €

Issue 10 features cover star and pop sensation Robyn, Scottish broadcaster Kirsty Young, Dutch artist Marlene Dumas, American comedian Kristen Wiig, journalist Vanessa Grigoriadis, British soap star Maddy Hill, and the new face of Japanese fashion, Chitose Abe of Sacai.

Oak – #2

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Oak – #2
Text auf Englisch
€ 20,00

In the second issue of Oak you will meet writer Siri Hustvedt, who describes the Norwegian genesis of her linguistic rhythms, as well as singer and rebel Mø, who left her provincial upbringing behind to make the world her stage. You will get close to Chef René Redzepi, who more than anyone else has put Danish cuisine on the world food map, but still struggles with the experience and the actuality of his own fame, and encounter Japanese designer Akira Minagawa, who discovered his artistically unique idiom in Finland. Moreover, the magazine offers an enthralling photographic report, created by renowned photo art power duo Sarah Cooper and Nina Gorfer in cooperation with fashion designers from Greenland, Iceland, and the Faroe Islands, a rare and fascinating glimpse behind scenes of the Royal Danish Ballet, and a travelogue from the end of the world – the windswept Nordkapp, the northernmost point of the European mainland.

CR Fashion – #5

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CR Fashion – #5
€ 27,95
Text auf Englisch

Beyoncé is posing for the fifth cover story from CR Fashion Book. Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci worked on art direction for the feature where the singer trades in her usual super glamorous looks for more avant-garde ensembles like a long mane that reaches the floor and a trippy, multi-armed Comme Des Garcons design. Pierre Debusschere photographed Beyoncé for the shoot called “Queen B”.

Kinfolk – #13

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Kinfolk – #13
Text auf Englisch
€ 16,50

The Autumn 2014 edition of Kinfolk is a celebration of all things imperfect. We’re all guilty of occasionally attempting to make our lives seem a little cleaner or a bit more organized, but the reality is often quite different. There’s nothing wrong with daydreaming of an idyllic life, but what if we dropped the facade for a moment and celebrated our shortcomings? These flawed details are the beautifully blemished collateral of a life lived to the fullest. So make mistakes. Make a mess. Be imperfect.

W Magazine – September Issue

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W Magazine – September 2014
Text auf Englisch
11,10 €

The September issue of W magazine describes Rihanna ( on the cover) as “the world’s wildest style icon.” The images were shot by Mert Allas & Marcus Piggott.

Texte zur Kunst – #95

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Texte zur Kunst – #95
text auf Deutsch und Englisch
€ 15,00

Gertrud Koch: Falsche Versöhnung – Für eine begriffliche und praktische Differenzierung von Kunst und Bild, Peter Osborne: „Kunst“ versus „Bild“?, Daniela Hammer-Tugendhat:
Machtvergessene Wissenschaft, Über Bilderfragen: Texte zur Kunst befragt Harun Farocki, Digitale Reflexe: Texte zur Kunst befragt Avery Singer und Ed Atkins, Philipp Ekardt:
In Defense Of Styling, David Joselit: Gegen Repräsentation, Prestige zurückweisen: Ein Gespräch zwischen Georges Didi-Huberman, Ludger Schwarte und Philipp Ekardt, Peter Geimer:
Bild und Kunst – Eine Beziehungsgeschichte, Charlotte Klink: Jenseits von schwarz und weiss – Rezeptionsästhetische Überlegungen zur Unterscheidung von Bild und Kunst, Inge Hinterwaldner: Tiefenschichtung der Gestaltung.

Anthology – #16

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Anthology – #16
Text auf Englisch
€ 12,50

It`s all relative: The family issue. In the travel feature, a Bay Area artist and designer are followed around their native Buenos Aires. Siblings, parents, and children discuss their kin’s influences on their creative pursuits. Visits are paid to homeowners in Northern California, Southern California, and New York. Additionally, some favorite children’s rooms are featured, and some great recipes are not to be missed.

Granta – #128

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Granta _ #128
Text auf Englisch
€ 16,00

The Amerian Wild issue with Martin Amis: Self-Portrait, Anne Carson:Krapp Hour, Diane Cook: The Mast Year, Anthony Doerr: Thing with Feathers that Perches in the Soul, Thomas McGuane: Grandma and Me, Andrew Motion: A Meeting of Minds with Henry David Thoreau, Melinda Moustakis: River So Close, Adam Nicolson: Chasing Wolves in the American West, Jess Row A Confession, Mary Ruefle: Beyond Sunset, Mona Simpson: Holiday, David Treuer: The Fighters, Claire Vaye: Watkins Mirage, Callan Wink: Exotics

Log Magazine – #31

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Log Magazine – #31
Text auf Englisch
14,50 €

Log 31 – New Ancients recognizes the sudden reappearance of history in the work of an emerging group of architects, curators, theorists, and, of course, historians. Drawing a parallel with the 17th-century quarrel between the Ancients and Moderns at the Academie française, guest editors Dora Epstein Jones and Bryony Roberts present the work of practitioners who explore the contemporary possibilities of history. This Spring/Summer 2014 issue particularly emphasizes drawing that synthesizes technology and precedent, including a Piranesi-inspired digital reimagining of Istanbul and an animated analytic drawing of Borromini’s San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane linked via a QR code in the magazine. Mark Jarzombek promotes literalist Pop-Arch; Sarah Whiting speaks on formalism; Jorge Otero-Pailos shoots a bullet through an apple; Sarah Blankenbaker challenges objecthood with perspective; Jason Payne theorizes the Albanian bunker; Zeynep Çelik Alexander probes data as architectural knowledge; Andrew Atwood outlines a discourse of rendering……


Many of them – #3

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Many of them – #3
Text auf Englisch
40,00 €
Limitierte Auflage von 1.000

Many of Them Magazine is a diary in the strict sense of the term. A homage to those generations that over the years faxe the world trying to believe in themselves. Contributors include but aren’t limited to: Cosmic Wonder / Junya Watanabe / Dries Van Noten / Paul Harnden / Khaven de la Cruz/ Christophe Lemaire / Issey Miyake, and many many more!

Artists Cocktails – Ryan Gander

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Artists Cocktails – Ryan Gander
Text auf Englisch
20,00 €

The term “cocktail” originates from the 19th century French word “coquieter” – the name of the egg-cup in which drinks were served. The new publication by Ryan Gander, Artists’ Cocktails, is devoted to the old and special ritual of making drinks. The refined and visually attractive small volume, designed by Åbäke and just published by Dent-De-Leone, is a compendium of cocktails’ recipes invented by almost 100 contemporary artists – among the others, Ryan Gander himself, Allora & Calzadilla, Liam Gillick, Santo Tolone, Lawrence Weiner, Mario Garcia Torres. Conceived as a natural extension of the project at the Maybe Center for Conviviality at dOCUMENTA (13) in Kassel (2013), the book has been recently launched with an event organized by Art At Work and Lisson Gallery at La Drogheria, Turin. There people could taste and sip some of those artists’ cocktails – an occasion to “consume” a work of art.

Dries van Noten

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Dries van Noten
Text auf Englisch
65,00 €

Dries Van Noten is an icon of Antwerp Fashion. Described by the NY Times as “one of fashion’s most cerebral designers”, he won the International Award of the Council of Fashion Designers of America 
This volume shows the range and diversity of his collections to date, revealing his sources of inspiration, using a range of creative mediums (paintings, fashion, photography, music, personal photographs) to illustrate this and really get inside the mind of the fashion designer, from concept to construction.

Aperture – #216 fashion issue

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Aperture – #216 fashion issue
Text auf Englisch
18,00 €

Inez & Vinoodh: The Art of Transformation By Donatien Grau Emmanuelle Alt Conversation with Penny Martin State of Fashion By Charlotte Cotton Uneasy Bedfellows By Alistair O’Neill Fashion Film & the Photographic By Marketa Uhlirova PICTURES Ed van der Elsken Introduction by Tamara Berghmans Shiseido Magic Introduction by Jason Evans Photography into Painting Introduction by Inez & Vinoodh The Icons Notes by Inez &Vinoodh i-D, Jill, and The Face: Fashion’s Maverick Magazines By Phil Bicker Margaret Durow: New Romantic Daniel Arnold: The Itinerant.

Kenzine

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Kenzine
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33,00 €

KENZINE is a collaboration between TOILETPAPER magazine and KENZO.Named after KENZO’s online blog, TOILETPAPER was founded in 2010 by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari with the art direction of Micol Talso as a picture-based magazine. Photos published in the magazine have been applied to a variety of products and media, exploring themultiple possibilities for images to live beyond the page.

Autocenter Berlin

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Autocenter Berlin
Text auf Deutsch und Englisch
39,90 €

13 Jahre Autocenter!
Seit 13 Jahren prägt das Autocenter die zeitgenössische Kunstszene Berlins. 2001 von Maik Schierloh und Joep van Liefland in einer ehemaligen Autolackiererei in Berlin-Friedrichshain gegründet, hat sich das Autocenter fest etabliert und ist als einer der wichtigsten Ausstellungsorte der Stadt nicht mehr wegzudenken. Seit März 2013 im Berliner Bezirk Mitte ansässig, präsentiert das Autocenter in hoher Frequenz Ausstellungen und Projekte deutscher und internationaler Künstler. Die Flüchtigkeit der 160 Ausstellungen mit über 750 Künstlern, die in den frühen Jahren zumeist nur zwei Tage zu sehen waren, wird jetzt in einem bleibenden Buch präsentiert. Es zeigt, welche Künstler in den 13 Jahren in der Stadt waren oder seitdem sind und wie sich die zeitgenössische Kunst in dieser Zeit entwickelt hat. Das Autocenter hat die Berliner Kunstszene nicht nur hellwach beobachtet, sondern auch beeinflusst. In der Strenge eines Archivs angelegt, bildet das Buch so eine Art Datenbank für zeitgenössische Kunstproduktion im Berlin der ersten Dekade unseres Jahrhunderts.

Love Magazine – Herbst/Winter 2014

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Love Magazine – Herbst/Winter 2014
Text auf Englisch
15,30 €

Julia Stoschek Collection: High Performance

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Julia Stoschek Collection
High Performance. Time-Based Media Art since 1996

Text auf Deutsch und Englisch
€ 34,90

With more than 50 video key-works taken from the topical areas of „Body and Soul“, „Public Space“, „Environment“ and „Virtual Reality“ of the Julia Stoschek Collection, this publication offers a profound insight into the latest developments in the field of Media Arts. The collection aims at creating an image of societal, cultural and social currents and fulfills the high claim of presenting what is contemporary. The conceptual structure of the collection concentrates on Media Arts from the beginning of the 1960`s. With texts by Bernhard Serexhe, Susanne Pfeffer and Peter Weibel as well as a preface by Julia Stoschek. With works by Doug Aitken, Allora & Calzadilla, Francis Alÿs, Ed Atkins, Trisha Baga, John Bock, Monica Bonvicini, Robert Boyd, Matthew Buckingham, Paul Chan, Keren Cytter, Simon Denny, Cyprien Gaillard, Christian Jankowski, Jesper Just, Mike Kelley, Klara Lidén, Helen Marten, Tony Oursler, Mika Rottenberg, Mathilde ter Heijne, Ryan Trecartin, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Andro Wekua, Aaron Young and Tobias Zielony.

Harun Farocki, Diagrams

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Harun Farocki, Diagrams
Text auf Englisch
€ 48,00

This publication attempts to map a visual approach to one of the world’s foremost documentary and essay filmmakers, Harun Farocki. “Diagrams” traces the dynamics of ten of Farocki’s films and presents them along with each film’s complete commentaries, dialogues and subtitles, celebrating their major critical gesture: the exposition of mediality. The diagram is not only a long recurring figure in Farocki`s films. More conceptually, it can be developed as another key element of his practice. Based on this idea, the book operates with still images beyond an illustrative or documentary purpose. By means of repetition, interruption and displacement, the configurations pursue specific movements within each film, taking into account mechanisms of order and open-endedness that are characteristic for Farocki’s work in general.

Openhouse – #1

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Openhouse – #1
Text auf Englisch
€ 18,00

Openhouse Magazine is a biannual publication that looks to bright, creative people from around the world who open the doors of their private spaces to the public. In the current issue, the magazine makers talk about their own space, Openhouse in Barcelona. Further featured visits are to Gnam Box, who invite creative people into their home to cook their own recipes, to Bless, whose Berlin shop is the home of Mira Shröder. In London, Tony Horneker is visited who opens his home as a restaurant. In Tokyo, Jo Nagasaka turns his studio into anything from a gallery, performance space, or even sometimes a camp site, and makes the best food parties around. Closer to their home, Openhouse visits Niki Robinson who opens her doors to guests with Airbnb and holds theatre events and concerts, and also Jacopo and Luis at the Costa Brave who use their weekend home, Palau de Casavells, as a gallery for art, design and antiques.

Odiseo – #4

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Odiseo – #4
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€ 12,00

Volume 4 revolves around the loose topic of value, which is explored from different angles by Philippa Snow, Marta Jankovska and Eugenia Lapteva. It also includes photo essays by Jonathan Schofield, Olya Oleinic and Alex Franco, sitting alongside a review of Allen Jones’ controversial and unwilling contribution to The Clockwork Orange.

Wax Magazine – #5

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Wax Magazine – #5
Text auf Englisch
€ 20,00

Featuring profiles of Cory Arcangel with Hans Ulrich Obrist, John Houck with Chris Wiley, Alek Parker with Aeriel Brown, Xavier Cha with Carmen Winant, and Trip Patterson with Mariah Ernst. A 24-Hour Art Project with Michael Bell-Smith, Lucas Blalock, Skyler Brickley, Ethan Greenbaum, Fabienne Hess, David Horvitz, John Houck, Boru O’Brien O’Connell, Hayal Pozanti, Will Rogan, Cheryl Yun and Cory Arcangel. And more!