KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 21

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 21, Decoding Curating

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 21, Decoding Curating
Softcover, 234 pp. + three special inserts, offset 4/4, 220 x 287 mm
English edition
ISSN 2038-4807
Published by KALEIDOSCOPE Press

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KALEIDOSCOPE’s newest issue, Issue 21 (Summer 2014), is a special edition dedicated to curating, aimed to decode the dynamics and implications of the profession — from funding to theoretical propositions, from circulation to consciousness-raising and from trend forecasting to commodification — and imagine its possible future developments.

In the opening section of HIGHLIGHTS, we have selected five emerging, ’80s-born practitioners from different backgrounds and continents — Alex Gartenfeld, Sarah Rifky, Hanne Mugaas, Anthony Yung and Luca Lo Pinto — representing a glimpse into the multiplicity of visions and motivations behind, as well as approaches to, the curatorial practice.    

To follow, the MAIN THEME section comprises four extensive discussions, involving as many as twenty-five international professionals — including Adam Szymczyk, Sarah McCrory, Lauren Cornell, Dena Yago and Mitchell Algus — to comment on how curating unfolds in such diverse frameworks as the not-for-profit organization, the large-scale exhibition, the Internet, and the commercial gallery.

Surprisingly, on the other hand, the MONO section and cover story are dedicated to an artist, Swiss living legend John Armleder — with a comprehensive interview by Andrea Bellini, an essay by Jeanne Graff and a portrait by Mathilde Agius — as a means to account for an organic and unconstrained approach to all sides of creative production and to hint at the long and enthralling tradition, of Duchampian descent, of artist/curators.

Lastly, the closing section of REGULARS features interviews exploring to what extent curatorial practice has strayed into other fields, such as architecture, cuisine and radio broadcasting: Hans Ulrich Obrist interviews NTS founder Femi Adeyemi; Fredi Fischli and Niels Olsen talk appropriating exhibitions with cult curator Bob Nickas; Jesi Khadivi discusses the art scene in L.A. with man-about-town Michael Ned Holte; Carson Chan meets Venice Architecture Biennale’s key contributor Stephan Trüby; and Francesca Gavin interrogates editor Emma Robertson and promoter Alessandro Porcelli on the art of food.

This issue is enriched by our seasonal TIPS on reading, listening, stopping by, meeting and visiting; as well as three visual INSERTS, specially commissioned as so many experiments of exhibitions on paper: “Portraits of Society” curated by Nicholas Cullinan, ”Robert Mapplethorpe” curated by Elad Lassry, and “Coupling” curated by Piper Marshall.

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 21, Decoding Curating

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 21, Decoding Curating

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 21, Decoding Curating

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 21, Decoding Curating

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 21, Decoding Curating

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 21, Decoding Curating

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 21, Decoding Curating

GARAGISME Magazine 4

GARAGISME Magazine 4, Automotive Thoughts

GARAGISME Magazine 4
Softcover, 144 pp., offset 4/4, 240 x 320 mm
English edition
ISBN 978-2-9540897-0-6
Published by GARAGISME Éditions

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GARAGISME is a biannual publication documenting automobile culture / est une publication semestrielle documenter la culture automobile.

1. Oscar Monzón: KARMA
2. Monica Uszerowicz: Customized cars of Broward
3. Nicolas Poillot: Dancing with(out) fear
4. CG Watkins: Racing Dude
5. Romaric Tisserand: The night watch
6. Basile Mookherjee: One Thousand and One Nights
7. Luke & Nik: Coriolus Station
8. Jamie Wald Aldam: What do farmers get up to behindthe wheel
9. Sanam Gharagozlou: The Paykan abides
10. Will Self: Madness of Crowds Speed Awareness
11. Alan Judd: Spies’ Cars
12. Stephen Bayley: Albert Camus’ Crash
13. Monica Uscerowicz: United Micro Kingdoms
14. Aurélien Arbet: On the other side of the dune
15. Amos Fricke: Hemmelrath Lackfabrik GmbH, Klingenberg, Germany
16. Harry Gould Harvey IV: Mountain Pass
17. Deutsche & Japaner: Constellations
18. Osma Harvilahti: Arrangements

GARAGISME Magazine 4, Automotive Thoughts

GARAGISME Magazine 4, Automotive Thoughts

GARAGISME Magazine 4, Automotive Thoughts

GARAGISME Magazine 4, Automotive Thoughts

GARAGISME Magazine 4, Automotive Thoughts

GARAGISME Magazine 4, Automotive Thoughts

C Magazine 121

C Magazine 121, Walking

C Magazine 121, Walking
Softcover, 80 pp., offset 4/1, 210 x 295 mm
Edition of 2200
ISSN 1480-5472
Published by C Magazine

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C Magazine Issue 121 “Walking” includes features “On Speculative Walking: From the Peripatetic to the Peristaltic” by Randy Lee Cutler, “Walking Transformed: The Dialogics of Art & Walking” by Simon Pope, “Sissy Boys on YouTube: Notes Towards a Cultural History of Online Queer Childhood” by Jon Davies, “The Walk Exchange: Pedagogy and Pedestrianism” an Interview with Moira Williams by Earl Miller and “Walking with Artists” edited by Eugenia Kisin and Amish Morrell; plus an artist project by Sheilah Wilson with text by Stephen Horne, and our regular sections On Writing, Exhibition Reviews, Book Reviews and Artefact.

C Magazine 121, Walking

C Magazine 121, Walking

C Magazine 121, Walking

C Magazine 121, Walking

C Magazine 121, Walking

C Magazine 121, Walking

Le Derriére Cri 1

Le Derriére Cri 1, Repetition & Chic

Le Derriére Cri 1, Repetition & Chic
Softcover, 200 pp., offset 4/4, 200 x 250 mm
Edition of 1000
ISBN 978-0-9898656-0-9
Published by Capricious

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LDC revives the tradition of rigorous satire and critique within the theatre of fashion, photography, and contemporary culture. Le Derrière Cri purposely strays from the classic magazine model of interviews, articles & reviews, instead using the vehicles of the editorial industry to subvert the image-making economy we so take for granted. Written by anonymous insiders, pseudonymous provocateurs, and authors attributed with academic precision, LDC’s contents include true stories, academic musings, works of complete fiction and blurry spaces in between. Visually, LDC draws upon the incestuous beauty of the fashion industry itself, resulting in works that nurture surrealism in its purest form.

For the premiere issue of Le Derrière Cri we examine the underpinnings of fashion through two thematically linked ideas: Repetition as one of fashion’s main devices to create newness, leading to the slippery and hyper-abundant term ‘Chic’.

Ukrainian photography duo SYNCHRODOGS goes derrière-mad with Chic Asses, followed by a series of confessional articles: first an exploration of the magazine’s rather contentious title (L.E.D.E.R.R.I.E.R.E.C.R.I.), next a bemused study of a sycophantic fashion assistant and a tell-all of the perils of being a Fashion Triennale director, as BENI BISCHOF’s defaced fashion ads punctuate and estrange the editorial flow one sausage at a time. MICHAEL ROCK and ELIZABETH ROCK trace IntelliChic, the blockbuster campaign that was never meant to be. Photographer LAUREN LANCASTER capitalizes on a 300% credit to all-star minimalist designer JIL SANDER, followed up by a gruesome wedding story by a well-known stylist featuring the same sartorial centerpiece. Artist ANICKA YI investigates the noosphere of global scent horizons with AARON MCELROY’s lurid floral portraits. QIU YANG undresses a Lynchian centerfold in a 26-page story entitled Chic-At-Large, and larger yet, a notable design director dishes on the peculiar insistences of his rather famous ex-boss. Associate Editor BEVERLY LIANG and fashion theorist CHRISTINA MOON unpack the popularity of Blondness accompanied by BLOMMERS SCHUMM’s blonde hair color portrait series. An anonymous Lawyer / Model muses on her double life of litigation-slave and hobby-model, and ANICKA YI prologues with her ominous and beautiful artwork The Closed Mouth Gathers No Feet. ANJA ARONOWSKY CRONBERG exposes the power structures of ‘chic,’ illustrated by JENNIFER LIVINGSTON’s glossary of fashion poses with ALI MICHAEL and fashion editor HAIDEE FINDLAY-LEVIN. SOL SPREZZATURA collages rants on media culture and privacy with NICHOLAS ALAN COPE’S luscious, architectural and highly phallic lipstick photographs. Not to be upstaged MEINKE KLEIN features “real homosexuals” extravagantly styled in bohomo-chic looks. And we close with a dedication to America’s Charlie Chaplin of photography ALFRED GESCHEIDT, whose work has been a huge inspiration in the creation of this magazine, profiled by documentary filmmaker HARVEY WANG.

Le Derriére Cri 1, Repetition & Chic

Le Derriére Cri 1, Repetition & Chic

Le Derriére Cri 1, Repetition & Chic

Le Derriére Cri 1, Repetition & Chic

Le Derriére Cri 1, Repetition & Chic

C Magazine 119

C Magazine 119, ResidenciesC Magazine 119, Residencies

C Magazine 119, Residencies
Softcover, 64 pp., offset 4/1, 210 x 295 mm
Edition of 2200
ISSN 1480-5472
Published by C Magazine

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Issue 119 includes feature essays by Laura Kenins on “Escapists and Jet-Setters: Residencies and Sustainability”, Stephanie Springgay on “The Pedagogical Impulse: Aberrant Residencies and Classroom Ecologies,” and Randy Lee Cutler on the 55th Venice Biennale, as well as Sky Goodden in conversation with Wanda Koop and an interview by Amish Morrell with Shinobu Akimoto and Matthew Evans. C119 also includes an artist project by the Nomadic Residency Council and the collaborative project “love takes the worry out of being close: public assemblies in bed with queers”; book reviews and reviews of exhibitions by Kara Uzelman, Sara Angelucci, David Askevold, Bernadette Corporation and more.

C Magazine 119, Residencies

Municipal de Fútbol

Municipal de Fútbol
Essays by Jennifer Doyle. Photography by Michael Wells.

Municipal de Fútbol
Hardcover/boxed, 192 pp., offset 4/1, 260 x 350 x 40 mm
two books, one poster, nine artist lithographs, and a fútbol jersey, in cloth box
English and Spanish
Edition of 1000
ISBN 978-0-9816325-0-6
ISBN 978-0-9816325-1-3
ISBN 978-0-9816325-2-0
Published by Christoph Keller Editions, Textfield

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Distributed in North America by Distributed Art Publishers

Municipal de Fútbol is a collaborative edition about amateur soccer in Los Angeles—the everyday experience of playing in pick-up games, weekend and night park leagues. Jennifer Doyle, a contributor to frieze and author of Sex Objects: Art and the Dialectics of Desire, has contributed two essays to the books, both with Spanish translation. Housed in an embossed green clothbound box with black ribbon pulls, the edition includes two clothbound books (one of which studies the game as it is played throughout Los Angeles, on hijacked baseball fields, back lots and public squares, and the other of which focuses on one field in particular, the ultra-scrappy and always animated Lafayette Park); one poster; artist lithographs by As-Found, Roderick Buchanan, Mari Eastman, General Idea, Jakob Kolding, Jonathan Monk, Arthur Ou, Peter Piller and Michael Wells; and a European National team adidas fútbol jersey with a “Municipal de Fútbol/Los Angeles Recreation and Parks” embroidered patch and a reflective silk-screened number. The edition is designed by Jonathan Maghen and photography is by Michael Wells.

“Fútbol bubbles up from the ground. It rains down on parks and leaks through walls. It rises like an irrepressible tide, and recedes only when everybody has to go earn some money for themselves and their families. Nobody playing here thinks it’s going to make them rich. Or famoso. It is what happens instead of work.” — Jennifer Doyle

Municipal de Fútbol

Municipal de Fútbol

Municipal de Fútbol

Municipal de Fútbol

Municipal de Fútbol

Outpost Journal 3

Outpost Journal 3, Kansas CityOutpost Journal 3, Kansas City

Outpost Journal 3, Kansas City
Softcover, 64 pp. + insert, offset 4/4, 9 x 12 inches
Edition of 500
ISBN 978-0-9836082-2-6
Published by Outpost Journal

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Outpost is an annual print publication on art, design and community action from cities that have been traditionally underexposed beyond their local contexts. Each beautifully produced and visually engaging issue of Outpost focuses on a single urban location and comes packaged with a limited edition print by an artist from the featured city. Outpost is a journey into the creative heart of a place, and via features like “Secretly Famous” (profiles of the most infamous artsy locals), guerrilla engagements with tourist attractions, historical explorations, mapping projects, and deep dives into artist collectives and organizations, Outpost exposes the myriad ways in which unique local communities arise through creative collaboration and production.

Exploratory and playful, critical with a sense of levity, and inspired by hand-drawn maps, flags, totem poles, poorly pixelated iPhone photos, moody landscapes, and the spirit of adventure, Outpost is dedicated to strengthening ties between communities and spreading new ideas about how creative culture can change our world.

Outpost Journal 3, Kansas City

Outpost Journal 3, Kansas City

Outpost Journal 3, Kansas City

Outpost Journal 3, Kansas City

Outpost Journal 3, Kansas City

Outpost Journal 3, Kansas City

Outpost Journal 3, Kansas City

GARAGISME Magazine 3

GARAGISME Magazine 3, Car CultGARAGISME Magazine 3, Car Cult

GARAGISME Magazine 3, Car Cult
Softcover, 144 pp., offset 4/4, 240 x 320 mm
English and French
Edition of 2000
ISBN 978-2-9540897-0-6
Published by GARAGISME Éditions

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GARAGISME is a biannual publication documenting automobile culture / est une publication semestrielle documenter la culture automobile.

1. Frank Ocean: interview by CG Watkins
2. Stephen Bayley: Gender Bending Engines by Alice Pfeiffer
3. Matthew Day Jackson: The work of many hands by Monica Uszerowicz
4. Mathieu Mercier: Car Problems by Romaric Tisserand
5. Timothée Chaillou: Fragrance, a curated selection of artworks
6. The Craft Agitators: portraits of car crafters by Tania Feghali and CG Watkins
7. Il y a des morts élégantes: story by François Coquerel and Oscar Coop Phane
8. Art and Industry: essay by Rose-Marie Barrientos
9. Mégane: portfolio by Fanny Schlichter
10. Hellbenders: portfolio by Joan Cuenco
11. Concrete Island: portfolio by Devin Blair
12. Driving Me Crazy: portfolio by Csilla Klenyánszki
13. Don’t Walk: portfolio by Adrien Toubiana, Antoine Roux and Thomas Cristiani
14. Carhenge or the end of an american dream: essay by Camille Ayme

GARAGISME Magazine 3, Car Cult

GARAGISME Magazine 3, Car Cult

GARAGISME Magazine 3, Car Cult

GARAGISME Magazine 3, Car Cult

GARAGISME Magazine 3, Car Cult

GARAGISME Magazine 3, Car Cult

GARAGISME Magazine 3, Car Cult

GARAGISME Magazine 3, Car Cult

GARAGISME Magazine 3, Car Cult

The Variable Place

Tony Martin, The Variable PlaceTony Martin, The Variable Place

Tony Martin, The Variable Place
Edited by Camilla Padgitt-Coles and Nicky Mao
Softcover, 104 pp., offset 4/4, 8 x 10 inches
Edition of 350
Published by AB-SENS PRESS

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Tony Martin arrived to San Francisco in 1962, promptly forging creative alliances and lifetime friendships with “new music” people Morton Subotnick, Pauline Oliveros, and Ramon Sender. When the San Francisco Tape Music Center moved to its location at 321 Divisadero St., Martin was invited by co-directors Sender and Subotnick to become the Visual Director. With special attention paid to working in the tape music medium, as well as performing regularly, they joined with Mills Center for Contemporary Music in ‘67. During the SFTMC days Martin was responsible for numerous visual compositions, including Terry Riley’s In C performance, as well as Sender’s Desert Ambulance. Martin was deeply engaged in experimenting with light via overhead and slide projectors, mixing paint, oil, water, and objects to build his light compositions. His following grew as a culture of psychedelia pervaded the 1960s and his light shows became popular amongst bands such as Jefferson Airplane and Grateful Dead. During this time he began to build “interactions” by engineering entire environments using sensors and mirrors. By the late ’60s he returned to New York City where he continued his focus for these types of installations; time and time again synthesizing his technological skills with painting as a moving image. A painter at heart, he continued with consideration of his experience working with his viewer-activated sculptures, as well as his devotion to the medium of light — maintaining a thread that binds all aspects of his work. His latest piece entitled Proximity Switched Installation (2012) is a clear culmination of a lifetime of experimentation/production. A video demonstration of this installation is available to view online and includes musical accompaniment by Compound Eye (Spring Press).

The Variable Place is the first book of its kind to tie together over 50 years of Tony Martin’s work. It includes an in-depth interview with Martin by Will Cameron, Albert Herter and the editors. As well as a special introduction by long-time friend/collaborator Pauline Oliveros.

Tony Martin, The Variable Place

Tony Martin, The Variable Place

Tony Martin, The Variable Place

Tony Martin, The Variable Place

Tony Martin, The Variable Place

Tony Martin, The Variable Place

Tony Martin, The Variable Place

Authors

Sam Dillemans, AuthorsSam Dillemans, Authors

Sam Dillemans, Authors
Hardcover, 222 pp., offset 4/4, 250 x 325 mm
English and Dutch
Edition of 2000
ISBN 978-94-9069-399-2
Published by MER. Paper Kunsthalle

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In the past years Sam Dillemans has painted some 300 portraits, mostly of influential writers, but also of scientists, composers and singers. In his typical dynamic and fluent style Dillemans completed the 300 portraits almost in one go. Most of the portraits are painted in black and white with smooth, volatile lines; others are touched up with some rare subtle brushstrokes in colour. Whether the subject is recognizable or not depends on the viewer and on how much the artists is prepared to divulge in his impressive paintings. On the occasion of the exhibition that opened on April 19th in the Castle of Gaasbeek, the paintings of the series Authors have been collected in the eponym book, which was published on the opening day of the exhibition by MER. Paper Kunsthalle.

Sam Dillemans, Authors

Sam Dillemans, Authors

Sam Dillemans, Authors

Sam Dillemans, Authors

Sam Dillemans, Authors

Sam Dillemans, Authors

Sam Dillemans, Authors

Sam Dillemans, Authors

Pleasure In Nonsense

Michael Fullerton, Pleasure In NonsenseMichael Fullerton, Pleasure In Nonsense

Michael Fullerton, Pleasure In Nonsense
Softcover, 208 pp., offset 4/4, 220 x 270 mm
Edition of 2000
ISBN 978-94-9069-363-3
Published by MER. Paper Kunsthalle

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This book, Michael Fullerton’s first monograph, and the artist’s work is concerned with how political and historical information is recorded and disseminated, in particular through the medium of the oil painted portrait. Other mediums of communication, such as billboard posters, wall texts and the raw materials used for analogue tape and audio recording are also employed. Fullerton’s choice of subjects range from the overtly political to people of varied social class and unexpected cultural histories. Underpinning Fullerton’s work is an examination of the relationships between people and the forces at play in those relationships, whether that be social relations involving authority or power, or relationship dynamics that work on a more emotional, psychological or aesthetic level.

Michael Fullerton, Pleasure In Nonsense

Michael Fullerton, Pleasure In Nonsense

Michael Fullerton, Pleasure In Nonsense

Michael Fullerton, Pleasure In Nonsense

Michael Fullerton, Pleasure In Nonsense

Michael Fullerton, Pleasure In Nonsense

Michael Fullerton, Pleasure In Nonsense

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 18

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 18 — Summer 2013

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 18 — Summer 2013
Softcover, 228 pp. + three special inserts, offset 4/4, 220 x 287 mm
English edition
ISSN 2038-4807
Published by KALEIDOSCOPE Press

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KALEIDOSCOPE Issue 18 (summer 2013), highlighting Andra Ursuta, Shanzhai Biennial, Sergei Tcherepnin, Yngve Holen and Petrit Halilaj; investigating an updated notion of materiality; exploring the curatorial practice of Massimiliano Gioni; featuring our regulars, tips, and three special inserts.

HIGHLIGHTS
The issue’s opening section of HIGHLIGHTS features Andra Ursuta, whose practice is understood by Joanna Fiduccia as committed to annihilating sculpture’s distance from our world; the fashion-label-cum-art-project Shanzhai Biennial, whose tangible products, explains Kevin McGarry, are eclipsed by their collateral evidence; Sergei Tcherepnin, described by Lawrence Kumpf as creating a complex system of bodily configurations and social situations; Yngve Holen, whose works are read by Pablo Larios as sentient beings concerned with frustrated circulation, technological growth and associative networking; and Petrit Halilaj whose practice is framed by Elena Filipovic as rejecting pathos in favor of an intimate and critical inflection of the political.

MAIN THEME
This section, titled Post-i-Meta-Hyper-Materiality, brings together a substantial group of artists who introduce the concept of emotional and bodily alienation within the discourse dominated by the readymade, corporate art pursued by many of their digital-native peers. The elusive sculptural works of Nicholas Deshayes, Steve Bishop, Marlie Mul, Magali Reus, Ben Schumacher and Alice Channer are framed by Karen Archey as deeply engaged with materiality and production processes and imbued with bodily allusions, while also commenting on issues of abstraction, dispersion, consumption and technology. A visual essay curated by fashion futurologist Veronica So reveals how, from sculptures designed by digital simulations to edible candies formed by human body scans, the appearance of 3D printing kicks off a range of playful experiments with technology and originality. Also in this section, Alice Channer talks to Rebecca Geldard about the starting point of each work, which she describes as “a moment of material seduction”; and artists Pamela Rosenkratz and Alisa Baremboym discuss physicality versus technology and the shifting boundaries between our bodies and the external world in a cross-interview by Ruba Katrib.

MONO
Comprising an essay by Jonathan Griffin, an interview by Francesco Manacorda and a photographic portrait by Ari Marcopoulos, this issue’s MONO is devoted to the Director of the International Art Exhibition at this year’s Venice Biennale, Massimiliano Gioni. Pragmatic bordering on opportunistic throughout his adventurous career, and yet described as “a hopeless romantic” by one of his most affectionate colleagues, Gioni states that his own failure to understand is what fuels his interest in art. Generally averse to chronological or historically comprehensive presentations and departing from the tautology of the masterpiece, he is instead a proponent of Outsider and self-taught art. His exhibitions, which he defines as products of a collective intelligence, are often concerned with the position of art within our image-based society, as well as the sites of an exploration of interior worlds, dream states and psychological visions.

REGULARS
Finally, it this issue’s REGULARS, Hans Ulrich Obrist and Simon Castets interview emerging artist Amalia Ulman; Gary Carrion-Murayari stages a three-way interview with Valentin Carron and Isabelle Cornaro; Felix Burrichter meets design critic Alice Rawsthorn; Leung Chi Wo, David Clarke and Lam Tung-pang engage in a round table about the art scene in Hong Kong then and now; finally, Laura McLean-Ferristraces the legacy of folk in British contemporary art from the exhibition Black Eyes and Lemonade to the practice of Jeremy Deller.

SPECIAL INSERTS
The edition is enriched by our seasonal TIPS on following, reading, listening, stopping by, meeting and visiting; as well as by three SPECIAL INSERTS, including a selection of paintings by Benjamin Senior, photographs by Jochen Lempert and collages by Sterling Ruby.

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 18 — Summer 2013

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 18 — Summer 2013

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 18 — Summer 2013

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 18 — Summer 2013

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 18 — Summer 2013

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 18 — Summer 2013

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 18 — Summer 2013

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 18 — Summer 2013

KALEIDOSCOPE Magazine 18 — Summer 2013

WAX Magazine 2

WAX Magazine 2, Structures

WAX Magazine 2, Structures
Softcover, 128 pp., offset 4/1, 200 x 270 mm
Edition of 500
ISSN 2167-8073
Published by WAX Magazine, Inc.

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Featuring: Lawrence Luhring, Will Adler, Michael Marcelle, Kris Chatterson, Mercedes Maidana, Curtis Mann, John Luke, Mark Mahaney, and a free friction moment with Derek Hynd.

WAX is a bi-annual print publication exploring the intersection of art, culture and surfing in and around New York City. We believe that beauty and meaning can be found on sidewalks, boardwalks, skyscrapers and beaches alike. We’re interested in exploring the rich history of New York surfing, its beaches and residents and in finding a pathway of cultural creativity on and off the break. WAX shares the stories of area surfers who are also artists, designers, authors and auteurs. Each issue is organized around a unique theme, debuting with WAX Magazine 1, Dialogues in Spring 2012.

WAX Magazine 2, Structures

WAX Magazine 2, Structures

WAX Magazine 2, Structures

WAX Magazine 2, Structures

WAX Magazine 2, Structures

WAX Magazine 2, Structures

WAX Magazine 2, Structures

WAX Magazine 2, Structures

WAX Magazine 2, Structures