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Rare 1998 special collector's issue of Japan's celebrated Studio Voice, dedicated to the work of Martin Margiela. Outside of the Margiela STREET issues, this would have been the largest feature committed to the Belgian fashion designer at the time, with most of the content unseen elsewhere. Almost 50 pages of large colour and b/w Margiela photographic shoots by Marina Faust, Mark Borthwick, and Ronald Stoops, amongst others, plus the Margiela exhibition at the Boymans Museum in Rotterdam, the Bacteria Project, "Working By Hand - Artisanal Production", Margiela's first collection for HERMÈS (98/99 AW), "Endless Threads" (text by Sydney Picasso), and a rare Q&A with Margiela himself.

Rare 1998 special collector's issue of Japan's celebrated Studio Voice, dedicated to the work of Martin Margiela. Outside of the Margiela STREET issues, this would have been the largest feature committed to the Belgian fashion designer at the time, with most of the content unseen elsewhere. Almost 50 pages of[…]

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Rare 1998 special collector's issue of Japan's celebrated Studio Voice, dedicated to the work of Martin Margiela. Outside of the Margiela STREET issues, this would have been the largest feature committed to the Belgian fashion designer at the time, with most of the content unseen elsewhere. Almost 50 pages of large colour and b/w Margiela photographic shoots by Marina Faust, Mark Borthwick, and Ronald Stoops, amongst others, plus the Margiela exhibition at the Boymans Museum in Rotterdam, the Bacteria Project, "Working By Hand - Artisanal Production", Margiela's first collection for HERMÈS (98/99 AW), "Endless Threads" (text by Sydney Picasso), and a rare Q&A with Margiela himself.

Rare 1998 special collector's issue of Japan's celebrated Studio Voice, dedicated to the work of Martin Margiela. Outside of the Margiela STREET issues, this would have been the largest feature committed to the Belgian fashion designer at the time, with most of the content unseen elsewhere. Almost 50 pages of[…]

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Rare 1998 special collector's issue of Japan's celebrated Studio Voice, dedicated to the work of Martin Margiela. Outside of the Margiela STREET issues, this would have been the largest feature committed to the Belgian fashion designer at the time, with most of the content unseen elsewhere. Almost 50 pages of large colour and b/w Margiela photographic shoots by Marina Faust, Mark Borthwick, and Ronald Stoops, amongst others, plus the Margiela exhibition at the Boymans Museum in Rotterdam, the Bacteria Project, "Working By Hand - Artisanal Production", Margiela's first collection for HERMÈS (98/99 AW), "Endless Threads" (text by Sydney Picasso), and a rare Q&A with Margiela himself.

Rare 1998 special collector's issue of Japan's celebrated Studio Voice, dedicated to the work of Martin Margiela. Outside of the Margiela STREET issues, this would have been the largest feature committed to the Belgian fashion designer at the time, with most of the content unseen elsewhere. Almost 50 pages of[…]

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Rare 1998 special collector's issue of Japan's celebrated Studio Voice, dedicated to the work of Martin Margiela. Outside of the Margiela STREET issues, this would have been the largest feature committed to the Belgian fashion designer at the time, with most of the content unseen elsewhere. Almost 50 pages of large colour and b/w Margiela photographic shoots by Marina Faust, Mark Borthwick, and Ronald Stoops, amongst others, plus the Margiela exhibition at the Boymans Museum in Rotterdam, the Bacteria Project, "Working By Hand - Artisanal Production", Margiela's first collection for HERMÈS (98/99 AW), "Endless Threads" (text by Sydney Picasso), and a rare Q&A with Margiela himself.

Rare 1998 special collector's issue of Japan's celebrated Studio Voice, dedicated to the work of Martin Margiela. Outside of the Margiela STREET issues, this would have been the largest feature committed to the Belgian fashion designer at the time, with most of the content unseen elsewhere. Almost 50 pages of[…]

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Rare 1998 special collector's issue of Japan's celebrated Studio Voice, dedicated to the work of Martin Margiela. Outside of the Margiela STREET issues, this would have been the largest feature committed to the Belgian fashion designer at the time, with most of the content unseen elsewhere. Almost 50 pages of large colour and b/w Margiela photographic shoots by Marina Faust, Mark Borthwick, and Ronald Stoops, amongst others, plus the Margiela exhibition at the Boymans Museum in Rotterdam, the Bacteria Project, "Working By Hand - Artisanal Production", Margiela's first collection for HERMÈS (98/99 AW), "Endless Threads" (text by Sydney Picasso), and a rare Q&A with Margiela himself.

Rare 1998 special collector's issue of Japan's celebrated Studio Voice, dedicated to the work of Martin Margiela. Outside of the Margiela STREET issues, this would have been the largest feature committed to the Belgian fashion designer at the time, with most of the content unseen elsewhere. Almost 50 pages of[…]

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Rare 1998 special collector's issue of Japan's celebrated Studio Voice, dedicated to the work of Martin Margiela. Outside of the Margiela STREET issues, this would have been the largest feature committed to the Belgian fashion designer at the time, with most of the content unseen elsewhere. Almost 50 pages of large colour and b/w Margiela photographic shoots by Marina Faust, Mark Borthwick, and Ronald Stoops, amongst others, plus the Margiela exhibition at the Boymans Museum in Rotterdam, the Bacteria Project, "Working By Hand - Artisanal Production", Margiela's first collection for HERMÈS (98/99 AW), "Endless Threads" (text by Sydney Picasso), and a rare Q&A with Margiela himself.

Rare 1998 special collector's issue of Japan's celebrated Studio Voice, dedicated to the work of Martin Margiela. Outside of the Margiela STREET issues, this would have been the largest feature committed to the Belgian fashion designer at the time, with most of the content unseen elsewhere. Almost 50 pages of[…]

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Under the direction of Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, exhibition curator, Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris. Texts by Fabrice Hergott and Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, interview with Linder Sterling Adopting the form of a magazine, the catalog evokes the beginnings of the artist, noted for his interventions in the punk fanzine The Secret Public, but also his recognition by the world of art and fashion. From the beginnings until today, around a hundred photographs, photomontages and drawings in small and large formats (30 x 40 cm to 100 x 150 cm), as well as a film, testify to the singularity of his approach, which 'expresses in a performative and multidisciplinary work of great visual richness: provocative and transgressive iconography, feminist actions, political engagement, punk graphics, musical performances.

Under the direction of Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, exhibition curator, Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris. Texts by Fabrice Hergott and Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, interview with Linder Sterling Adopting the form of a magazine, the catalog evokes the beginnings of the artist, noted for his interventions in the[…]

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Under the direction of Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, exhibition curator, Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris. Texts by Fabrice Hergott and Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, interview with Linder Sterling Adopting the form of a magazine, the catalog evokes the beginnings of the artist, noted for his interventions in the punk fanzine The Secret Public, but also his recognition by the world of art and fashion. From the beginnings until today, around a hundred photographs, photomontages and drawings in small and large formats (30 x 40 cm to 100 x 150 cm), as well as a film, testify to the singularity of his approach, which 'expresses in a performative and multidisciplinary work of great visual richness: provocative and transgressive iconography, feminist actions, political engagement, punk graphics, musical performances.

Under the direction of Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, exhibition curator, Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris. Texts by Fabrice Hergott and Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, interview with Linder Sterling Adopting the form of a magazine, the catalog evokes the beginnings of the artist, noted for his interventions in the[…]

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Under the direction of Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, exhibition curator, Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris. Texts by Fabrice Hergott and Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, interview with Linder Sterling Adopting the form of a magazine, the catalog evokes the beginnings of the artist, noted for his interventions in the punk fanzine The Secret Public, but also his recognition by the world of art and fashion. From the beginnings until today, around a hundred photographs, photomontages and drawings in small and large formats (30 x 40 cm to 100 x 150 cm), as well as a film, testify to the singularity of his approach, which 'expresses in a performative and multidisciplinary work of great visual richness: provocative and transgressive iconography, feminist actions, political engagement, punk graphics, musical performances.

Under the direction of Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, exhibition curator, Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris. Texts by Fabrice Hergott and Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, interview with Linder Sterling Adopting the form of a magazine, the catalog evokes the beginnings of the artist, noted for his interventions in the[…]

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Under the direction of Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, exhibition curator, Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris. Texts by Fabrice Hergott and Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, interview with Linder Sterling Adopting the form of a magazine, the catalog evokes the beginnings of the artist, noted for his interventions in the punk fanzine The Secret Public, but also his recognition by the world of art and fashion. From the beginnings until today, around a hundred photographs, photomontages and drawings in small and large formats (30 x 40 cm to 100 x 150 cm), as well as a film, testify to the singularity of his approach, which 'expresses in a performative and multidisciplinary work of great visual richness: provocative and transgressive iconography, feminist actions, political engagement, punk graphics, musical performances.

Under the direction of Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, exhibition curator, Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris. Texts by Fabrice Hergott and Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, interview with Linder Sterling Adopting the form of a magazine, the catalog evokes the beginnings of the artist, noted for his interventions in the[…]

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Under the direction of Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, exhibition curator, Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris. Texts by Fabrice Hergott and Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, interview with Linder Sterling Adopting the form of a magazine, the catalog evokes the beginnings of the artist, noted for his interventions in the punk fanzine The Secret Public, but also his recognition by the world of art and fashion. From the beginnings until today, around a hundred photographs, photomontages and drawings in small and large formats (30 x 40 cm to 100 x 150 cm), as well as a film, testify to the singularity of his approach, which 'expresses in a performative and multidisciplinary work of great visual richness: provocative and transgressive iconography, feminist actions, political engagement, punk graphics, musical performances.

Under the direction of Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, exhibition curator, Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris. Texts by Fabrice Hergott and Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais, interview with Linder Sterling Adopting the form of a magazine, the catalog evokes the beginnings of the artist, noted for his interventions in the[…]

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Book published to coincide with the exhibition “Erwin Wurm” at The Photographers’ Gallery from December 2000 to January 2001 and at the Centre pour l’Image Contemporaine Saint Gervais Genève from January 2001 to March 2001.

Book published to coincide with the exhibition “Erwin Wurm” at The Photographers’ Gallery from December 2000 to January 2001 and at the Centre pour l’Image Contemporaine Saint Gervais Genève from January 2001 to March 2001.

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Book published to coincide with the exhibition “Erwin Wurm” at The Photographers’ Gallery from December 2000 to January 2001 and at the Centre pour l’Image Contemporaine Saint Gervais Genève from January 2001 to March 2001.

Book published to coincide with the exhibition “Erwin Wurm” at The Photographers’ Gallery from December 2000 to January 2001 and at the Centre pour l’Image Contemporaine Saint Gervais Genève from January 2001 to March 2001.

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Book published to coincide with the exhibition “Erwin Wurm” at The Photographers’ Gallery from December 2000 to January 2001 and at the Centre pour l’Image Contemporaine Saint Gervais Genève from January 2001 to March 2001.

Book published to coincide with the exhibition “Erwin Wurm” at The Photographers’ Gallery from December 2000 to January 2001 and at the Centre pour l’Image Contemporaine Saint Gervais Genève from January 2001 to March 2001.

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The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Fourth issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose". Winter 1999/00. Contributions from Mark Borthwick, Camille Vivier, Torbjiorn Rodland, Juergen Teller, Jack Pierson, Giasco Bertoli and many more.

The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Fourth issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose". Winter 1999/00. Contributions from Mark Borthwick, Camille Vivier, Torbjiorn Rodland, Juergen Teller, Jack[…]

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The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Fourth issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose". Winter 1999/00. Contributions from Mark Borthwick, Camille Vivier, Torbjiorn Rodland, Juergen Teller, Jack Pierson, Giasco Bertoli and many more.

The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Fourth issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose". Winter 1999/00. Contributions from Mark Borthwick, Camille Vivier, Torbjiorn Rodland, Juergen Teller, Jack[…]

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The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Fourth issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose". Winter 1999/00. Contributions from Mark Borthwick, Camille Vivier, Torbjiorn Rodland, Juergen Teller, Jack Pierson, Giasco Bertoli and many more.

The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Fourth issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose". Winter 1999/00. Contributions from Mark Borthwick, Camille Vivier, Torbjiorn Rodland, Juergen Teller, Jack[…]

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The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Fourth issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose". Winter 1999/00. Contributions from Mark Borthwick, Camille Vivier, Torbjiorn Rodland, Juergen Teller, Jack Pierson, Giasco Bertoli and many more.

The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Fourth issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose". Winter 1999/00. Contributions from Mark Borthwick, Camille Vivier, Torbjiorn Rodland, Juergen Teller, Jack[…]

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The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Fourth issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose". Winter 1999/00. Contributions from Mark Borthwick, Camille Vivier, Torbjiorn Rodland, Juergen Teller, Jack Pierson, Giasco Bertoli and many more.

The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Fourth issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose". Winter 1999/00. Contributions from Mark Borthwick, Camille Vivier, Torbjiorn Rodland, Juergen Teller, Jack[…]

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The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Fourth issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose". Winter 1999/00. Contributions from Mark Borthwick, Camille Vivier, Torbjiorn Rodland, Juergen Teller, Jack Pierson, Giasco Bertoli and many more.

The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Fourth issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose". Winter 1999/00. Contributions from Mark Borthwick, Camille Vivier, Torbjiorn Rodland, Juergen Teller, Jack[…]

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The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Second issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose".. Winter 1998/99. Contributions from Richard Prince, Masafumi Sanai, Mark Borthwick, Takashi Homma and many more.

The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Second issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose".. Winter 1998/99. Contributions from Richard Prince, Masafumi Sanai, Mark Borthwick, Takashi Homma and[…]

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The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Second issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose".. Winter 1998/99. Contributions from Richard Prince, Masafumi Sanai, Mark Borthwick, Takashi Homma and many more.

The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Second issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose".. Winter 1998/99. Contributions from Richard Prince, Masafumi Sanai, Mark Borthwick, Takashi Homma and[…]

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The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Second issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose".. Winter 1998/99. Contributions from Richard Prince, Masafumi Sanai, Mark Borthwick, Takashi Homma and many more.

The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Second issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose".. Winter 1998/99. Contributions from Richard Prince, Masafumi Sanai, Mark Borthwick, Takashi Homma and[…]

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The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Second issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose".. Winter 1998/99. Contributions from Richard Prince, Masafumi Sanai, Mark Borthwick, Takashi Homma and many more.

The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Second issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose".. Winter 1998/99. Contributions from Richard Prince, Masafumi Sanai, Mark Borthwick, Takashi Homma and[…]

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The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Second issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose".. Winter 1998/99. Contributions from Richard Prince, Masafumi Sanai, Mark Borthwick, Takashi Homma and many more.

The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
Second issue of the series that combines “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose".. Winter 1998/99. Contributions from Richard Prince, Masafumi Sanai, Mark Borthwick, Takashi Homma and[…]

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The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
This issue is the first issue that combines the series “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose", which was published originally in 1992. Contributions from Martin Margiela, Viktor & Rolf, Wolfgang Tillmans, Mark Borthwick Homma Takashi, Terry Richardson, Vivian Sassen, Doug Aiken, and many moree.

The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
This issue is the first issue that combines the series “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose", which was published originally in 1992. Contributions from Martin Margiela,[…]

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The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
This issue is the first issue that combines the series “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose", which was published originally in 1992. Contributions from Martin Margiela, Viktor & Rolf, Wolfgang Tillmans, Mark Borthwick Homma Takashi, Terry Richardson, Vivian Sassen, Doug Aiken, and many moree.

The magazine "Purple" that swept the 90s fashion world. The project was started by the couple of artists Ellen Fries and Olivier Zahm.
This issue is the first issue that combines the series “Purple Fashion", “Purple Fiction” and “Purple Prose", which was published originally in 1992. Contributions from Martin Margiela,[…]

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The Summer 1997 issue of Purple Fashion Magazine, showcasing editorial work from some of the coolest industries. Contibutions by Collier Schorr, Mark Borthwick, Horst Diekgerdes, Anders Edström and Camille Vivier.

The Summer 1997 issue of Purple Fashion Magazine, showcasing editorial work from some of the coolest industries. Contibutions by Collier Schorr, Mark Borthwick, Horst Diekgerdes, Anders Edström and Camille Vivier.

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The Summer 1997 issue of Purple Fashion Magazine, showcasing editorial work from some of the coolest industries. Contibutions by Collier Schorr, Mark Borthwick, Horst Diekgerdes, Anders Edström and Camille Vivier.

The Summer 1997 issue of Purple Fashion Magazine, showcasing editorial work from some of the coolest industries. Contibutions by Collier Schorr, Mark Borthwick, Horst Diekgerdes, Anders Edström and Camille Vivier.

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Self Service Magazine Issue 10 “10th”.
Cover story with Christopher photographed by Anuschka Bloomers.
With photos by Mark Borthwick, Anders Edström, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Steven Klein, Craig McDean, Andres Serrano, David Sims and more.

Self Service Magazine Issue 10 “10th”.
Cover story with Christopher photographed by Anuschka Bloomers.
With photos by Mark Borthwick, Anders Edström, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Steven Klein, Craig McDean, Andres Serrano, David Sims and more.

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Self Service Magazine Issue 10 “10th”.
Cover story with Christopher photographed by Anuschka Bloomers.
With photos by Mark Borthwick, Anders Edström, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Steven Klein, Craig McDean, Andres Serrano, David Sims and more.

Self Service Magazine Issue 10 “10th”.
Cover story with Christopher photographed by Anuschka Bloomers.
With photos by Mark Borthwick, Anders Edström, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Steven Klein, Craig McDean, Andres Serrano, David Sims and more.

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Self Service Magazine Issue 10 “10th”.
Cover story with Christopher photographed by Anuschka Bloomers.
With photos by Mark Borthwick, Anders Edström, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Steven Klein, Craig McDean, Andres Serrano, David Sims and more.

Self Service Magazine Issue 10 “10th”.
Cover story with Christopher photographed by Anuschka Bloomers.
With photos by Mark Borthwick, Anders Edström, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Steven Klein, Craig McDean, Andres Serrano, David Sims and more.

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Self Service Magazine Issue 10 “10th”.
Cover story with Christopher photographed by Anuschka Bloomers.
With photos by Mark Borthwick, Anders Edström, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Steven Klein, Craig McDean, Andres Serrano, David Sims and more.

Self Service Magazine Issue 10 “10th”.
Cover story with Christopher photographed by Anuschka Bloomers.
With photos by Mark Borthwick, Anders Edström, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Steven Klein, Craig McDean, Andres Serrano, David Sims and more.

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Self Service Magazine Issue 7 “On Fragmentation”.
Cover story with Zoe Gaze photographed by Craig McDean.
Featuring Duc Liao, Rineke Dijkstra, Martin Margiela, Marcelo Krasilcic, Paolo Sutch, Horst Diekgerdes, Alexei Hay, Claude Closky, Mark Borthwick, Anuschka Blommers, Sylvie Fleury.

Self Service Magazine Issue 7 “On Fragmentation”.
Cover story with Zoe Gaze photographed by Craig McDean.
Featuring Duc Liao, Rineke Dijkstra, Martin Margiela, Marcelo Krasilcic, Paolo Sutch, Horst Diekgerdes, Alexei Hay, Claude Closky, Mark Borthwick, Anuschka Blommers, Sylvie Fleury.

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Self Service Magazine Issue 7 “On Fragmentation”.
Cover story with Zoe Gaze photographed by Craig McDean.
Featuring Duc Liao, Rineke Dijkstra, Martin Margiela, Marcelo Krasilcic, Paolo Sutch, Horst Diekgerdes, Alexei Hay, Claude Closky, Mark Borthwick, Anuschka Blommers, Sylvie Fleury.

Self Service Magazine Issue 7 “On Fragmentation”.
Cover story with Zoe Gaze photographed by Craig McDean.
Featuring Duc Liao, Rineke Dijkstra, Martin Margiela, Marcelo Krasilcic, Paolo Sutch, Horst Diekgerdes, Alexei Hay, Claude Closky, Mark Borthwick, Anuschka Blommers, Sylvie Fleury.

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Self Service Magazine Issue 7 “On Fragmentation”.
Cover story with Zoe Gaze photographed by Craig McDean.
Featuring Duc Liao, Rineke Dijkstra, Martin Margiela, Marcelo Krasilcic, Paolo Sutch, Horst Diekgerdes, Alexei Hay, Claude Closky, Mark Borthwick, Anuschka Blommers, Sylvie Fleury.

Self Service Magazine Issue 7 “On Fragmentation”.
Cover story with Zoe Gaze photographed by Craig McDean.
Featuring Duc Liao, Rineke Dijkstra, Martin Margiela, Marcelo Krasilcic, Paolo Sutch, Horst Diekgerdes, Alexei Hay, Claude Closky, Mark Borthwick, Anuschka Blommers, Sylvie Fleury.

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Self Service Magazine Issue 7 “On Fragmentation”.
Cover story with Zoe Gaze photographed by Craig McDean.
Featuring Duc Liao, Rineke Dijkstra, Martin Margiela, Marcelo Krasilcic, Paolo Sutch, Horst Diekgerdes, Alexei Hay, Claude Closky, Mark Borthwick, Anuschka Blommers, Sylvie Fleury.

Self Service Magazine Issue 7 “On Fragmentation”.
Cover story with Zoe Gaze photographed by Craig McDean.
Featuring Duc Liao, Rineke Dijkstra, Martin Margiela, Marcelo Krasilcic, Paolo Sutch, Horst Diekgerdes, Alexei Hay, Claude Closky, Mark Borthwick, Anuschka Blommers, Sylvie Fleury.

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Self Service Magazine Issue 7 “On Fragmentation”.
Cover story with Zoe Gaze photographed by Craig McDean.
Featuring Duc Liao, Rineke Dijkstra, Martin Margiela, Marcelo Krasilcic, Paolo Sutch, Horst Diekgerdes, Alexei Hay, Claude Closky, Mark Borthwick, Anuschka Blommers, Sylvie Fleury.

Self Service Magazine Issue 7 “On Fragmentation”.
Cover story with Zoe Gaze photographed by Craig McDean.
Featuring Duc Liao, Rineke Dijkstra, Martin Margiela, Marcelo Krasilcic, Paolo Sutch, Horst Diekgerdes, Alexei Hay, Claude Closky, Mark Borthwick, Anuschka Blommers, Sylvie Fleury.

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Preface by Michael Heizer, text by Germano Celant, biographical and bibliographical notes by Anna Costantini, graphic design by Pierluigi Cerri with Ginette Caron.

Preface by Michael Heizer, text by Germano Celant, biographical and bibliographical notes by Anna Costantini, graphic design by Pierluigi Cerri with Ginette Caron.

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Preface by Michael Heizer, text by Germano Celant, biographical and bibliographical notes by Anna Costantini, graphic design by Pierluigi Cerri with Ginette Caron.

Preface by Michael Heizer, text by Germano Celant, biographical and bibliographical notes by Anna Costantini, graphic design by Pierluigi Cerri with Ginette Caron.

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Preface by Michael Heizer, text by Germano Celant, biographical and bibliographical notes by Anna Costantini, graphic design by Pierluigi Cerri with Ginette Caron.

Preface by Michael Heizer, text by Germano Celant, biographical and bibliographical notes by Anna Costantini, graphic design by Pierluigi Cerri with Ginette Caron.

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Preface by Michael Heizer, text by Germano Celant, biographical and bibliographical notes by Anna Costantini, graphic design by Pierluigi Cerri with Ginette Caron.

Preface by Michael Heizer, text by Germano Celant, biographical and bibliographical notes by Anna Costantini, graphic design by Pierluigi Cerri with Ginette Caron.

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Preface by Michael Heizer, text by Germano Celant, biographical and bibliographical notes by Anna Costantini, graphic design by Pierluigi Cerri with Ginette Caron.

Preface by Michael Heizer, text by Germano Celant, biographical and bibliographical notes by Anna Costantini, graphic design by Pierluigi Cerri with Ginette Caron.

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Preface by Michael Heizer, text by Germano Celant, biographical and bibliographical notes by Anna Costantini, graphic design by Pierluigi Cerri with Ginette Caron.

Preface by Michael Heizer, text by Germano Celant, biographical and bibliographical notes by Anna Costantini, graphic design by Pierluigi Cerri with Ginette Caron.

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The Sotheby's sale catalogue for the Martin Margiela Hors Normes sale of September 2019. Only 150 catalogues were issued. This is a mint copy with the original postcard in the pocket in the inside cover. Immediately, on publication, this was one of the great Margiela references - 40 major artisanal pieces photographed and illustrated on full pages.

The Sotheby's sale catalogue for the Martin Margiela Hors Normes sale of September 2019. Only 150 catalogues were issued. This is a mint copy with the original postcard in the pocket in the inside cover. Immediately, on publication, this was one of the great Margiela references - 40 major artisanal[…]

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The Sotheby's sale catalogue for the Martin Margiela Hors Normes sale of September 2019. Only 150 catalogues were issued. This is a mint copy with the original postcard in the pocket in the inside cover. Immediately, on publication, this was one of the great Margiela references - 40 major artisanal pieces photographed and illustrated on full pages.

The Sotheby's sale catalogue for the Martin Margiela Hors Normes sale of September 2019. Only 150 catalogues were issued. This is a mint copy with the original postcard in the pocket in the inside cover. Immediately, on publication, this was one of the great Margiela references - 40 major artisanal[…]

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The Sotheby's sale catalogue for the Martin Margiela Hors Normes sale of September 2019. Only 150 catalogues were issued. This is a mint copy with the original postcard in the pocket in the inside cover. Immediately, on publication, this was one of the great Margiela references - 40 major artisanal pieces photographed and illustrated on full pages.

The Sotheby's sale catalogue for the Martin Margiela Hors Normes sale of September 2019. Only 150 catalogues were issued. This is a mint copy with the original postcard in the pocket in the inside cover. Immediately, on publication, this was one of the great Margiela references - 40 major artisanal[…]

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The Sotheby's sale catalogue for the Martin Margiela Hors Normes sale of September 2019. Only 150 catalogues were issued. This is a mint copy with the original postcard in the pocket in the inside cover. Immediately, on publication, this was one of the great Margiela references - 40 major artisanal pieces photographed and illustrated on full pages.

The Sotheby's sale catalogue for the Martin Margiela Hors Normes sale of September 2019. Only 150 catalogues were issued. This is a mint copy with the original postcard in the pocket in the inside cover. Immediately, on publication, this was one of the great Margiela references - 40 major artisanal[…]

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The Sotheby's sale catalogue for the Martin Margiela Hors Normes sale of September 2019. Only 150 catalogues were issued. This is a mint copy with the original postcard in the pocket in the inside cover. Immediately, on publication, this was one of the great Margiela references - 40 major artisanal pieces photographed and illustrated on full pages.

The Sotheby's sale catalogue for the Martin Margiela Hors Normes sale of September 2019. Only 150 catalogues were issued. This is a mint copy with the original postcard in the pocket in the inside cover. Immediately, on publication, this was one of the great Margiela references - 40 major artisanal[…]

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The Sotheby's sale catalogue for the Martin Margiela Hors Normes sale of September 2019. Only 150 catalogues were issued. This is a mint copy with the original postcard in the pocket in the inside cover. Immediately, on publication, this was one of the great Margiela references - 40 major artisanal pieces photographed and illustrated on full pages.

The Sotheby's sale catalogue for the Martin Margiela Hors Normes sale of September 2019. Only 150 catalogues were issued. This is a mint copy with the original postcard in the pocket in the inside cover. Immediately, on publication, this was one of the great Margiela references - 40 major artisanal[…]

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The Sotheby's sale catalogue for the Martin Margiela Hors Normes sale of September 2019. Only 150 catalogues were issued. This is a mint copy with the original postcard in the pocket in the inside cover. Immediately, on publication, this was one of the great Margiela references - 40 major artisanal pieces photographed and illustrated on full pages.

The Sotheby's sale catalogue for the Martin Margiela Hors Normes sale of September 2019. Only 150 catalogues were issued. This is a mint copy with the original postcard in the pocket in the inside cover. Immediately, on publication, this was one of the great Margiela references - 40 major artisanal[…]

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This book springs from Penn's huge regard for the Japanese designer Issey Miyake and his recognition that the photographs depict pure, timeless and sculptural designs, designs that run counter to all the eroticism displayed in fashion. The photographs are directly connected to Penn's celebrated ethnographical studies, just as the designs reflect Miyake's interest in a global culture. The collaboration has come to fruition at the end of the century, when the boundaries between East and West, so often challenged by Miyake, are finally being discarded.

This book springs from Penn's huge regard for the Japanese designer Issey Miyake and his recognition that the photographs depict pure, timeless and sculptural designs, designs that run counter to all the eroticism displayed in fashion. The photographs are directly connected to Penn's celebrated ethnographical studies, just as the designs[…]

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This book springs from Penn's huge regard for the Japanese designer Issey Miyake and his recognition that the photographs depict pure, timeless and sculptural designs, designs that run counter to all the eroticism displayed in fashion. The photographs are directly connected to Penn's celebrated ethnographical studies, just as the designs reflect Miyake's interest in a global culture. The collaboration has come to fruition at the end of the century, when the boundaries between East and West, so often challenged by Miyake, are finally being discarded.

This book springs from Penn's huge regard for the Japanese designer Issey Miyake and his recognition that the photographs depict pure, timeless and sculptural designs, designs that run counter to all the eroticism displayed in fashion. The photographs are directly connected to Penn's celebrated ethnographical studies, just as the designs[…]

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This book springs from Penn's huge regard for the Japanese designer Issey Miyake and his recognition that the photographs depict pure, timeless and sculptural designs, designs that run counter to all the eroticism displayed in fashion. The photographs are directly connected to Penn's celebrated ethnographical studies, just as the designs reflect Miyake's interest in a global culture. The collaboration has come to fruition at the end of the century, when the boundaries between East and West, so often challenged by Miyake, are finally being discarded.

This book springs from Penn's huge regard for the Japanese designer Issey Miyake and his recognition that the photographs depict pure, timeless and sculptural designs, designs that run counter to all the eroticism displayed in fashion. The photographs are directly connected to Penn's celebrated ethnographical studies, just as the designs[…]

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This book springs from Penn's huge regard for the Japanese designer Issey Miyake and his recognition that the photographs depict pure, timeless and sculptural designs, designs that run counter to all the eroticism displayed in fashion. The photographs are directly connected to Penn's celebrated ethnographical studies, just as the designs reflect Miyake's interest in a global culture. The collaboration has come to fruition at the end of the century, when the boundaries between East and West, so often challenged by Miyake, are finally being discarded.

This book springs from Penn's huge regard for the Japanese designer Issey Miyake and his recognition that the photographs depict pure, timeless and sculptural designs, designs that run counter to all the eroticism displayed in fashion. The photographs are directly connected to Penn's celebrated ethnographical studies, just as the designs[…]

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A fully-illustrated publication to accompany Sarah Lucas's first major solo show in London taking place at Whitechapel Gallery, 2 October - 15 December 2013.

A fully-illustrated publication to accompany Sarah Lucas's first major solo show in London taking place at Whitechapel Gallery, 2 October - 15 December 2013.

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A fully-illustrated publication to accompany Sarah Lucas's first major solo show in London taking place at Whitechapel Gallery, 2 October - 15 December 2013.

A fully-illustrated publication to accompany Sarah Lucas's first major solo show in London taking place at Whitechapel Gallery, 2 October - 15 December 2013.

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A fully-illustrated publication to accompany Sarah Lucas's first major solo show in London taking place at Whitechapel Gallery, 2 October - 15 December 2013.

A fully-illustrated publication to accompany Sarah Lucas's first major solo show in London taking place at Whitechapel Gallery, 2 October - 15 December 2013.

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Beautiful photographic book of personalities from the art world: painters and sculptors, photographed in black and white. Contributions by Yohji Yamamoto and Catherine Millet. Models: Bernard Lamarche-Vadel, Gérard Garouste, Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Jean Degottex, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Alain Borer, Pierre Antoniucci. Jean-Charles Blais. Luciano Castelli. Bernard Pagès.

Beautiful photographic book of personalities from the art world: painters and sculptors, photographed in black and white. Contributions by Yohji Yamamoto and Catherine Millet. Models: Bernard Lamarche-Vadel, Gérard Garouste, Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Jean Degottex, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Alain Borer, Pierre Antoniucci. Jean-Charles Blais. Luciano Castelli. Bernard Pagès.

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Beautiful photographic book of personalities from the art world: painters and sculptors, photographed in black and white. Contributions by Yohji Yamamoto and Catherine Millet. Models: Bernard Lamarche-Vadel, Gérard Garouste, Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Jean Degottex, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Alain Borer, Pierre Antoniucci. Jean-Charles Blais. Luciano Castelli. Bernard Pagès.

Beautiful photographic book of personalities from the art world: painters and sculptors, photographed in black and white. Contributions by Yohji Yamamoto and Catherine Millet. Models: Bernard Lamarche-Vadel, Gérard Garouste, Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Jean Degottex, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Alain Borer, Pierre Antoniucci. Jean-Charles Blais. Luciano Castelli. Bernard Pagès.

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Beautiful photographic book of personalities from the art world: painters and sculptors, photographed in black and white. Contributions by Yohji Yamamoto and Catherine Millet. Models: Bernard Lamarche-Vadel, Gérard Garouste, Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Jean Degottex, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Alain Borer, Pierre Antoniucci. Jean-Charles Blais. Luciano Castelli. Bernard Pagès.

Beautiful photographic book of personalities from the art world: painters and sculptors, photographed in black and white. Contributions by Yohji Yamamoto and Catherine Millet. Models: Bernard Lamarche-Vadel, Gérard Garouste, Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Jean Degottex, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Alain Borer, Pierre Antoniucci. Jean-Charles Blais. Luciano Castelli. Bernard Pagès.

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Beautiful photographic book of personalities from the art world: painters and sculptors, photographed in black and white. Contributions by Yohji Yamamoto and Catherine Millet. Models: Bernard Lamarche-Vadel, Gérard Garouste, Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Jean Degottex, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Alain Borer, Pierre Antoniucci. Jean-Charles Blais. Luciano Castelli. Bernard Pagès.

Beautiful photographic book of personalities from the art world: painters and sculptors, photographed in black and white. Contributions by Yohji Yamamoto and Catherine Millet. Models: Bernard Lamarche-Vadel, Gérard Garouste, Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Jean Degottex, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Alain Borer, Pierre Antoniucci. Jean-Charles Blais. Luciano Castelli. Bernard Pagès.

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Beautiful photographic book of personalities from the art world: painters and sculptors, photographed in black and white. Contributions by Yohji Yamamoto and Catherine Millet. Models: Bernard Lamarche-Vadel, Gérard Garouste, Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Jean Degottex, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Alain Borer, Pierre Antoniucci. Jean-Charles Blais. Luciano Castelli. Bernard Pagès.

Beautiful photographic book of personalities from the art world: painters and sculptors, photographed in black and white. Contributions by Yohji Yamamoto and Catherine Millet. Models: Bernard Lamarche-Vadel, Gérard Garouste, Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Jean Degottex, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Alain Borer, Pierre Antoniucci. Jean-Charles Blais. Luciano Castelli. Bernard Pagès.

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Beautiful photographic book of personalities from the art world: painters and sculptors, photographed in black and white. Contributions by Yohji Yamamoto and Catherine Millet. Models: Bernard Lamarche-Vadel, Gérard Garouste, Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Jean Degottex, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Alain Borer, Pierre Antoniucci. Jean-Charles Blais. Luciano Castelli. Bernard Pagès.

Beautiful photographic book of personalities from the art world: painters and sculptors, photographed in black and white. Contributions by Yohji Yamamoto and Catherine Millet. Models: Bernard Lamarche-Vadel, Gérard Garouste, Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Jean Degottex, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Alain Borer, Pierre Antoniucci. Jean-Charles Blais. Luciano Castelli. Bernard Pagès.

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Beautiful photographic book of personalities from the art world: painters and sculptors, photographed in black and white. Contributions by Yohji Yamamoto and Catherine Millet. Models: Bernard Lamarche-Vadel, Gérard Garouste, Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Jean Degottex, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Alain Borer, Pierre Antoniucci. Jean-Charles Blais. Luciano Castelli. Bernard Pagès.

Beautiful photographic book of personalities from the art world: painters and sculptors, photographed in black and white. Contributions by Yohji Yamamoto and Catherine Millet. Models: Bernard Lamarche-Vadel, Gérard Garouste, Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Jean Degottex, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Alain Borer, Pierre Antoniucci. Jean-Charles Blais. Luciano Castelli. Bernard Pagès.

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A selection of photographs taken at the archives of RareBooksParis. Photography by Julie Peeter, Paris, 2021. Originally presented as part of the exhibition “Daybed” at MACRO Museum, Rome.
Hand-numbered edition of 200.

A selection of photographs taken at the archives of RareBooksParis. Photography by Julie Peeter, Paris, 2021. Originally presented as part of the exhibition “Daybed” at MACRO Museum, Rome.
Hand-numbered edition of 200.

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A selection of photographs taken at the archives of RareBooksParis. Photography by Julie Peeter, Paris, 2021. Originally presented as part of the exhibition “Daybed” at MACRO Museum, Rome.
Hand-numbered edition of 200.

A selection of photographs taken at the archives of RareBooksParis. Photography by Julie Peeter, Paris, 2021. Originally presented as part of the exhibition “Daybed” at MACRO Museum, Rome.
Hand-numbered edition of 200.

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A selection of photographs taken at the archives of RareBooksParis. Photography by Julie Peeter, Paris, 2021. Originally presented as part of the exhibition “Daybed” at MACRO Museum, Rome.
Hand-numbered edition of 200.

A selection of photographs taken at the archives of RareBooksParis. Photography by Julie Peeter, Paris, 2021. Originally presented as part of the exhibition “Daybed” at MACRO Museum, Rome.
Hand-numbered edition of 200.

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A selection of photographs taken at the archives of RareBooksParis. Photography by Julie Peeter, Paris, 2021. Originally presented as part of the exhibition “Daybed” at MACRO Museum, Rome.
Hand-numbered edition of 200.

A selection of photographs taken at the archives of RareBooksParis. Photography by Julie Peeter, Paris, 2021. Originally presented as part of the exhibition “Daybed” at MACRO Museum, Rome.
Hand-numbered edition of 200.

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A selection of photographs taken at the archives of RareBooksParis. Photography by Julie Peeter, Paris, 2021. Originally presented as part of the exhibition “Daybed” at MACRO Museum, Rome.
Hand-numbered edition of 200.

A selection of photographs taken at the archives of RareBooksParis. Photography by Julie Peeter, Paris, 2021. Originally presented as part of the exhibition “Daybed” at MACRO Museum, Rome.
Hand-numbered edition of 200.

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A selection of photographs taken at the archives of RareBooksParis. Photography by Julie Peeter, Paris, 2021. Originally presented as part of the exhibition “Daybed” at MACRO Museum, Rome.
Hand-numbered edition of 200.

A selection of photographs taken at the archives of RareBooksParis. Photography by Julie Peeter, Paris, 2021. Originally presented as part of the exhibition “Daybed” at MACRO Museum, Rome.
Hand-numbered edition of 200.

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A selection of photographs taken at the archives of RareBooksParis. Photography by Julie Peeter, Paris, 2021. Originally presented as part of the exhibition “Daybed” at MACRO Museum, Rome.
Hand-numbered edition of 200.

A selection of photographs taken at the archives of RareBooksParis. Photography by Julie Peeter, Paris, 2021. Originally presented as part of the exhibition “Daybed” at MACRO Museum, Rome.
Hand-numbered edition of 200.

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Antwerp's favourite fashion photography and make-up duo, Ronald Stoops and Inge Grognard were instrumental in the international breakthrough of Belgian fashion. Collaborating with some of the country's foremost designers and stylists, the pair made a vital contribution to the early careers of luminaries like Dries van Noten and Martin Margiela; their visceral visual language was then enthusiastically employed by second-wave stars like Raf Simons, Veronique Branquinho and Jurgi Persoons. This essential collection of thirty years of seminal European fashion imagery shows every facet of the duo's aesthetic, from austere catwalk experimentalism to equally surprising moments of beauty and humour.

Antwerp's favourite fashion photography and make-up duo, Ronald Stoops and Inge Grognard were instrumental in the international breakthrough of Belgian fashion. Collaborating with some of the country's foremost designers and stylists, the pair made a vital contribution to the early careers of luminaries like Dries van Noten and Martin Margiela;[…]

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Antwerp's favourite fashion photography and make-up duo, Ronald Stoops and Inge Grognard were instrumental in the international breakthrough of Belgian fashion. Collaborating with some of the country's foremost designers and stylists, the pair made a vital contribution to the early careers of luminaries like Dries van Noten and Martin Margiela; their visceral visual language was then enthusiastically employed by second-wave stars like Raf Simons, Veronique Branquinho and Jurgi Persoons. This essential collection of thirty years of seminal European fashion imagery shows every facet of the duo's aesthetic, from austere catwalk experimentalism to equally surprising moments of beauty and humour.

Antwerp's favourite fashion photography and make-up duo, Ronald Stoops and Inge Grognard were instrumental in the international breakthrough of Belgian fashion. Collaborating with some of the country's foremost designers and stylists, the pair made a vital contribution to the early careers of luminaries like Dries van Noten and Martin Margiela;[…]

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Antwerp's favourite fashion photography and make-up duo, Ronald Stoops and Inge Grognard were instrumental in the international breakthrough of Belgian fashion. Collaborating with some of the country's foremost designers and stylists, the pair made a vital contribution to the early careers of luminaries like Dries van Noten and Martin Margiela; their visceral visual language was then enthusiastically employed by second-wave stars like Raf Simons, Veronique Branquinho and Jurgi Persoons. This essential collection of thirty years of seminal European fashion imagery shows every facet of the duo's aesthetic, from austere catwalk experimentalism to equally surprising moments of beauty and humour.

Antwerp's favourite fashion photography and make-up duo, Ronald Stoops and Inge Grognard were instrumental in the international breakthrough of Belgian fashion. Collaborating with some of the country's foremost designers and stylists, the pair made a vital contribution to the early careers of luminaries like Dries van Noten and Martin Margiela;[…]

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Antwerp's favourite fashion photography and make-up duo, Ronald Stoops and Inge Grognard were instrumental in the international breakthrough of Belgian fashion. Collaborating with some of the country's foremost designers and stylists, the pair made a vital contribution to the early careers of luminaries like Dries van Noten and Martin Margiela; their visceral visual language was then enthusiastically employed by second-wave stars like Raf Simons, Veronique Branquinho and Jurgi Persoons. This essential collection of thirty years of seminal European fashion imagery shows every facet of the duo's aesthetic, from austere catwalk experimentalism to equally surprising moments of beauty and humour.

Antwerp's favourite fashion photography and make-up duo, Ronald Stoops and Inge Grognard were instrumental in the international breakthrough of Belgian fashion. Collaborating with some of the country's foremost designers and stylists, the pair made a vital contribution to the early careers of luminaries like Dries van Noten and Martin Margiela;[…]

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Antwerp's favourite fashion photography and make-up duo, Ronald Stoops and Inge Grognard were instrumental in the international breakthrough of Belgian fashion. Collaborating with some of the country's foremost designers and stylists, the pair made a vital contribution to the early careers of luminaries like Dries van Noten and Martin Margiela; their visceral visual language was then enthusiastically employed by second-wave stars like Raf Simons, Veronique Branquinho and Jurgi Persoons. This essential collection of thirty years of seminal European fashion imagery shows every facet of the duo's aesthetic, from austere catwalk experimentalism to equally surprising moments of beauty and humour.

Antwerp's favourite fashion photography and make-up duo, Ronald Stoops and Inge Grognard were instrumental in the international breakthrough of Belgian fashion. Collaborating with some of the country's foremost designers and stylists, the pair made a vital contribution to the early careers of luminaries like Dries van Noten and Martin Margiela;[…]

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Dutch Magazine Issue 28. NL. 2000.
Featuring Victor & Rolf, Philippe Cometti, Niel Klavers, Pascale Gatzen, Saskia van Drimmelen, Ronald van der Kemp.

Dutch Magazine Issue 28. NL. 2000.
Featuring Victor & Rolf, Philippe Cometti, Niel Klavers, Pascale Gatzen, Saskia van Drimmelen, Ronald van der Kemp.

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Dutch Magazine Issue 28. NL. 2000.
Featuring Victor & Rolf, Philippe Cometti, Niel Klavers, Pascale Gatzen, Saskia van Drimmelen, Ronald van der Kemp.

Dutch Magazine Issue 28. NL. 2000.
Featuring Victor & Rolf, Philippe Cometti, Niel Klavers, Pascale Gatzen, Saskia van Drimmelen, Ronald van der Kemp.

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Dutch Magazine Issue 28. NL. 2000.
Featuring Victor & Rolf, Philippe Cometti, Niel Klavers, Pascale Gatzen, Saskia van Drimmelen, Ronald van der Kemp.

Dutch Magazine Issue 28. NL. 2000.
Featuring Victor & Rolf, Philippe Cometti, Niel Klavers, Pascale Gatzen, Saskia van Drimmelen, Ronald van der Kemp.

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Dutch Magazine Issue 28. NL. 2000.
Featuring Victor & Rolf, Philippe Cometti, Niel Klavers, Pascale Gatzen, Saskia van Drimmelen, Ronald van der Kemp.

Dutch Magazine Issue 28. NL. 2000.
Featuring Victor & Rolf, Philippe Cometti, Niel Klavers, Pascale Gatzen, Saskia van Drimmelen, Ronald van der Kemp.

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Dutch Magazine Issue 25. January/February 2000.
Photography by Thomas Shenk, Michael Compte, Teddy Czopp, Terry Richardson, Alex Cayley.

Dutch Magazine Issue 25. January/February 2000.
Photography by Thomas Shenk, Michael Compte, Teddy Czopp, Terry Richardson, Alex Cayley.

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Dutch Magazine Issue 25. January/February 2000.
Photography by Thomas Shenk, Michael Compte, Teddy Czopp, Terry Richardson, Alex Cayley.

Dutch Magazine Issue 25. January/February 2000.
Photography by Thomas Shenk, Michael Compte, Teddy Czopp, Terry Richardson, Alex Cayley.

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Dutch Magazine Issue 25. January/February 2000.
Photography by Thomas Shenk, Michael Compte, Teddy Czopp, Terry Richardson, Alex Cayley.

Dutch Magazine Issue 25. January/February 2000.
Photography by Thomas Shenk, Michael Compte, Teddy Czopp, Terry Richardson, Alex Cayley.

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With Confabulations, Torbjørn Rødland presents a set of analogue photographs that subtly misrepresents broken memories and childhood fantasies. Confabulations distorts facts to get to truth. Fragmentation is neither rejected nor induced in this unitary approach, but seen as a starting point for new connections. Beneath a million silly memes Rødland is looking for new soul.

With Confabulations, Torbjørn Rødland presents a set of analogue photographs that subtly misrepresents broken memories and childhood fantasies. Confabulations distorts facts to get to truth. Fragmentation is neither rejected nor induced in this unitary approach, but seen as a starting point for new connections. Beneath a million silly memes Rødland[…]

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With Confabulations, Torbjørn Rødland presents a set of analogue photographs that subtly misrepresents broken memories and childhood fantasies. Confabulations distorts facts to get to truth. Fragmentation is neither rejected nor induced in this unitary approach, but seen as a starting point for new connections. Beneath a million silly memes Rødland is looking for new soul.

With Confabulations, Torbjørn Rødland presents a set of analogue photographs that subtly misrepresents broken memories and childhood fantasies. Confabulations distorts facts to get to truth. Fragmentation is neither rejected nor induced in this unitary approach, but seen as a starting point for new connections. Beneath a million silly memes Rødland[…]

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With Confabulations, Torbjørn Rødland presents a set of analogue photographs that subtly misrepresents broken memories and childhood fantasies. Confabulations distorts facts to get to truth. Fragmentation is neither rejected nor induced in this unitary approach, but seen as a starting point for new connections. Beneath a million silly memes Rødland is looking for new soul.

With Confabulations, Torbjørn Rødland presents a set of analogue photographs that subtly misrepresents broken memories and childhood fantasies. Confabulations distorts facts to get to truth. Fragmentation is neither rejected nor induced in this unitary approach, but seen as a starting point for new connections. Beneath a million silly memes Rødland[…]

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With Confabulations, Torbjørn Rødland presents a set of analogue photographs that subtly misrepresents broken memories and childhood fantasies. Confabulations distorts facts to get to truth. Fragmentation is neither rejected nor induced in this unitary approach, but seen as a starting point for new connections. Beneath a million silly memes Rødland is looking for new soul.

With Confabulations, Torbjørn Rødland presents a set of analogue photographs that subtly misrepresents broken memories and childhood fantasies. Confabulations distorts facts to get to truth. Fragmentation is neither rejected nor induced in this unitary approach, but seen as a starting point for new connections. Beneath a million silly memes Rødland[…]

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With Confabulations, Torbjørn Rødland presents a set of analogue photographs that subtly misrepresents broken memories and childhood fantasies. Confabulations distorts facts to get to truth. Fragmentation is neither rejected nor induced in this unitary approach, but seen as a starting point for new connections. Beneath a million silly memes Rødland is looking for new soul.

With Confabulations, Torbjørn Rødland presents a set of analogue photographs that subtly misrepresents broken memories and childhood fantasies. Confabulations distorts facts to get to truth. Fragmentation is neither rejected nor induced in this unitary approach, but seen as a starting point for new connections. Beneath a million silly memes Rødland[…]

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Self Service Magazine Issue 9 “Absurd”.
Cover story with Laura photographed by David Sims.
With photos by Anuschka Bloomers, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Steven Klein, Craig McDean, Andres Serrano, David Sims and more.

Self Service Magazine Issue 9 “Absurd”.
Cover story with Laura photographed by David Sims.
With photos by Anuschka Bloomers, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Steven Klein, Craig McDean, Andres Serrano, David Sims and more.

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Self Service Magazine Issue 9 “Absurd”.
Cover story with Laura photographed by David Sims.
With photos by Anuschka Bloomers, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Steven Klein, Craig McDean, Andres Serrano, David Sims and more.

Self Service Magazine Issue 9 “Absurd”.
Cover story with Laura photographed by David Sims.
With photos by Anuschka Bloomers, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Steven Klein, Craig McDean, Andres Serrano, David Sims and more.

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Self Service Magazine Issue 9 “Absurd”.
Cover story with Laura photographed by David Sims.
With photos by Anuschka Bloomers, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Steven Klein, Craig McDean, Andres Serrano, David Sims and more.

Self Service Magazine Issue 9 “Absurd”.
Cover story with Laura photographed by David Sims.
With photos by Anuschka Bloomers, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Steven Klein, Craig McDean, Andres Serrano, David Sims and more.

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Self Service Magazine Issue 9 “Absurd”.
Cover story with Laura photographed by David Sims.
With photos by Anuschka Bloomers, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Steven Klein, Craig McDean, Andres Serrano, David Sims and more.

Self Service Magazine Issue 9 “Absurd”.
Cover story with Laura photographed by David Sims.
With photos by Anuschka Bloomers, Inez Van Lamsweerde, Vinoodh Matadin, Steven Klein, Craig McDean, Andres Serrano, David Sims and more.

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N°A featuring Dirk Van Saene was the first A Magazine, initiated by Walter Van Beirendonck and art directed by Paul Boudens for the 2001 Landed Geland fashion festival in Antwerp. It features great contributions by Raf Simons, Bernhard Willhelm, Hannelore Knuts and Ronald Stoops among others.

N°A featuring Dirk Van Saene was the first A Magazine, initiated by Walter Van Beirendonck and art directed by Paul Boudens for the 2001 Landed Geland fashion festival in Antwerp. It features great contributions by Raf Simons, Bernhard Willhelm, Hannelore Knuts and Ronald Stoops among others.

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N°A featuring Dirk Van Saene was the first A Magazine, initiated by Walter Van Beirendonck and art directed by Paul Boudens for the 2001 Landed Geland fashion festival in Antwerp. It features great contributions by Raf Simons, Bernhard Willhelm, Hannelore Knuts and Ronald Stoops among others.

N°A featuring Dirk Van Saene was the first A Magazine, initiated by Walter Van Beirendonck and art directed by Paul Boudens for the 2001 Landed Geland fashion festival in Antwerp. It features great contributions by Raf Simons, Bernhard Willhelm, Hannelore Knuts and Ronald Stoops among others.

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N°A featuring Dirk Van Saene was the first A Magazine, initiated by Walter Van Beirendonck and art directed by Paul Boudens for the 2001 Landed Geland fashion festival in Antwerp. It features great contributions by Raf Simons, Bernhard Willhelm, Hannelore Knuts and Ronald Stoops among others.

N°A featuring Dirk Van Saene was the first A Magazine, initiated by Walter Van Beirendonck and art directed by Paul Boudens for the 2001 Landed Geland fashion festival in Antwerp. It features great contributions by Raf Simons, Bernhard Willhelm, Hannelore Knuts and Ronald Stoops among others.

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N°A featuring Dirk Van Saene was the first A Magazine, initiated by Walter Van Beirendonck and art directed by Paul Boudens for the 2001 Landed Geland fashion festival in Antwerp. It features great contributions by Raf Simons, Bernhard Willhelm, Hannelore Knuts and Ronald Stoops among others.

N°A featuring Dirk Van Saene was the first A Magazine, initiated by Walter Van Beirendonck and art directed by Paul Boudens for the 2001 Landed Geland fashion festival in Antwerp. It features great contributions by Raf Simons, Bernhard Willhelm, Hannelore Knuts and Ronald Stoops among others.

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N°A featuring Dirk Van Saene was the first A Magazine, initiated by Walter Van Beirendonck and art directed by Paul Boudens for the 2001 Landed Geland fashion festival in Antwerp. It features great contributions by Raf Simons, Bernhard Willhelm, Hannelore Knuts and Ronald Stoops among others.

N°A featuring Dirk Van Saene was the first A Magazine, initiated by Walter Van Beirendonck and art directed by Paul Boudens for the 2001 Landed Geland fashion festival in Antwerp. It features great contributions by Raf Simons, Bernhard Willhelm, Hannelore Knuts and Ronald Stoops among others.

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Collection of black and white and colored photos of Issey Miyake’s innovative designs. First original edition of 1983. Text in English and Japanese. Featuring: Peter Allen, Shari Belafonte, Tina Chow, Pat Cleveland, John Dugdale, Bethann Hardison, Iman, Grace Jones, Sarah Kapp, Larissa, Marcus Leatherdale, Lisa Lyon, Tôru Nakamura, Robert Rauschenberg, Janis Savitt, Attila Von Somogy, Claudia Summers, Andy Warhol, Michael Zuk.

Collection of black and white and colored photos of Issey Miyake’s innovative designs. First original edition of 1983. Text in English and Japanese. Featuring: Peter Allen, Shari Belafonte, Tina Chow, Pat Cleveland, John Dugdale, Bethann Hardison, Iman, Grace Jones, Sarah Kapp, Larissa, Marcus Leatherdale, Lisa Lyon, Tôru Nakamura, Robert Rauschenberg,[…]

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Collection of black and white and colored photos of Issey Miyake’s innovative designs. First original edition of 1983. Text in English and Japanese. Featuring: Peter Allen, Shari Belafonte, Tina Chow, Pat Cleveland, John Dugdale, Bethann Hardison, Iman, Grace Jones, Sarah Kapp, Larissa, Marcus Leatherdale, Lisa Lyon, Tôru Nakamura, Robert Rauschenberg, Janis Savitt, Attila Von Somogy, Claudia Summers, Andy Warhol, Michael Zuk.

Collection of black and white and colored photos of Issey Miyake’s innovative designs. First original edition of 1983. Text in English and Japanese. Featuring: Peter Allen, Shari Belafonte, Tina Chow, Pat Cleveland, John Dugdale, Bethann Hardison, Iman, Grace Jones, Sarah Kapp, Larissa, Marcus Leatherdale, Lisa Lyon, Tôru Nakamura, Robert Rauschenberg,[…]

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Collection of black and white and colored photos of Issey Miyake’s innovative designs. First original edition of 1983. Text in English and Japanese. Featuring: Peter Allen, Shari Belafonte, Tina Chow, Pat Cleveland, John Dugdale, Bethann Hardison, Iman, Grace Jones, Sarah Kapp, Larissa, Marcus Leatherdale, Lisa Lyon, Tôru Nakamura, Robert Rauschenberg, Janis Savitt, Attila Von Somogy, Claudia Summers, Andy Warhol, Michael Zuk.

Collection of black and white and colored photos of Issey Miyake’s innovative designs. First original edition of 1983. Text in English and Japanese. Featuring: Peter Allen, Shari Belafonte, Tina Chow, Pat Cleveland, John Dugdale, Bethann Hardison, Iman, Grace Jones, Sarah Kapp, Larissa, Marcus Leatherdale, Lisa Lyon, Tôru Nakamura, Robert Rauschenberg,[…]

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Created entirely from found images, ALBUM collects the first ten issues of a zine by the same name begun by Eline Mugaas and Elise Storsveen in 2008. Comprised of full page photographic illustrations, advertisements, and other ubiquitous media images culled from etiquette manuals, cookbooks, travel magazines, craft books, fashion magazines, and sexual manuals, ALBUM reflects the popular imagery found in Scandinavian households from the 1960s through the 1980s. The chosen imagery is then arranged across spreads, creating a sophisticated and humorous reading organized by a series of heavy themes such as the lonely man, femininity, architecture, family, outer space, and nature.

Created entirely from found images, ALBUM collects the first ten issues of a zine by the same name begun by Eline Mugaas and Elise Storsveen in 2008. Comprised of full page photographic illustrations, advertisements, and other ubiquitous media images culled from etiquette manuals, cookbooks, travel magazines, craft books, fashion magazines,[…]

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Created entirely from found images, ALBUM collects the first ten issues of a zine by the same name begun by Eline Mugaas and Elise Storsveen in 2008. Comprised of full page photographic illustrations, advertisements, and other ubiquitous media images culled from etiquette manuals, cookbooks, travel magazines, craft books, fashion magazines, and sexual manuals, ALBUM reflects the popular imagery found in Scandinavian households from the 1960s through the 1980s. The chosen imagery is then arranged across spreads, creating a sophisticated and humorous reading organized by a series of heavy themes such as the lonely man, femininity, architecture, family, outer space, and nature.

Created entirely from found images, ALBUM collects the first ten issues of a zine by the same name begun by Eline Mugaas and Elise Storsveen in 2008. Comprised of full page photographic illustrations, advertisements, and other ubiquitous media images culled from etiquette manuals, cookbooks, travel magazines, craft books, fashion magazines,[…]

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Created entirely from found images, ALBUM collects the first ten issues of a zine by the same name begun by Eline Mugaas and Elise Storsveen in 2008. Comprised of full page photographic illustrations, advertisements, and other ubiquitous media images culled from etiquette manuals, cookbooks, travel magazines, craft books, fashion magazines, and sexual manuals, ALBUM reflects the popular imagery found in Scandinavian households from the 1960s through the 1980s. The chosen imagery is then arranged across spreads, creating a sophisticated and humorous reading organized by a series of heavy themes such as the lonely man, femininity, architecture, family, outer space, and nature.

Created entirely from found images, ALBUM collects the first ten issues of a zine by the same name begun by Eline Mugaas and Elise Storsveen in 2008. Comprised of full page photographic illustrations, advertisements, and other ubiquitous media images culled from etiquette manuals, cookbooks, travel magazines, craft books, fashion magazines,[…]

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Created entirely from found images, ALBUM collects the first ten issues of a zine by the same name begun by Eline Mugaas and Elise Storsveen in 2008. Comprised of full page photographic illustrations, advertisements, and other ubiquitous media images culled from etiquette manuals, cookbooks, travel magazines, craft books, fashion magazines, and sexual manuals, ALBUM reflects the popular imagery found in Scandinavian households from the 1960s through the 1980s. The chosen imagery is then arranged across spreads, creating a sophisticated and humorous reading organized by a series of heavy themes such as the lonely man, femininity, architecture, family, outer space, and nature.

Created entirely from found images, ALBUM collects the first ten issues of a zine by the same name begun by Eline Mugaas and Elise Storsveen in 2008. Comprised of full page photographic illustrations, advertisements, and other ubiquitous media images culled from etiquette manuals, cookbooks, travel magazines, craft books, fashion magazines,[…]

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299 792 458 M/S magazine was created in New York City in 2016 by Robert Kulisek and David Lieske. Situating itself in between a historic fashion magazine and a classic exhibition catalogue, The Overworked Body Issue extends the exhibitions central question: How to define a recent history of fashion?
Including works by A.F. Vandevorst, Adeline André, Comme des Garçons, Bernadette Corporation, Helmut Lang, House of Holland, Issey Miyake, Jean Paul Gaultier, and others.

299 792 458 M/S magazine was created in New York City in 2016 by Robert Kulisek and David Lieske. Situating itself in between a historic fashion magazine and a classic exhibition catalogue, The Overworked Body Issue extends the exhibitions central question: How to define a recent history of fashion?
Including[…]

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299 792 458 M/S magazine was created in New York City in 2016 by Robert Kulisek and David Lieske. Situating itself in between a historic fashion magazine and a classic exhibition catalogue, The Overworked Body Issue extends the exhibitions central question: How to define a recent history of fashion?
Including works by A.F. Vandevorst, Adeline André, Comme des Garçons, Bernadette Corporation, Helmut Lang, House of Holland, Issey Miyake, Jean Paul Gaultier, and others.

299 792 458 M/S magazine was created in New York City in 2016 by Robert Kulisek and David Lieske. Situating itself in between a historic fashion magazine and a classic exhibition catalogue, The Overworked Body Issue extends the exhibitions central question: How to define a recent history of fashion?
Including[…]

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299 792 458 M/S magazine was created in New York City in 2016 by Robert Kulisek and David Lieske. Situating itself in between a historic fashion magazine and a classic exhibition catalogue, The Overworked Body Issue extends the exhibitions central question: How to define a recent history of fashion?
Including works by A.F. Vandevorst, Adeline André, Comme des Garçons, Bernadette Corporation, Helmut Lang, House of Holland, Issey Miyake, Jean Paul Gaultier, and others.

299 792 458 M/S magazine was created in New York City in 2016 by Robert Kulisek and David Lieske. Situating itself in between a historic fashion magazine and a classic exhibition catalogue, The Overworked Body Issue extends the exhibitions central question: How to define a recent history of fashion?
Including[…]

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299 792 458 M/S magazine was created in New York City in 2016 by Robert Kulisek and David Lieske. Situating itself in between a historic fashion magazine and a classic exhibition catalogue, The Overworked Body Issue extends the exhibitions central question: How to define a recent history of fashion?
Including works by A.F. Vandevorst, Adeline André, Comme des Garçons, Bernadette Corporation, Helmut Lang, House of Holland, Issey Miyake, Jean Paul Gaultier, and others.

299 792 458 M/S magazine was created in New York City in 2016 by Robert Kulisek and David Lieske. Situating itself in between a historic fashion magazine and a classic exhibition catalogue, The Overworked Body Issue extends the exhibitions central question: How to define a recent history of fashion?
Including[…]

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299 792 458 M/S magazine was created in New York City in 2016 by Robert Kulisek and David Lieske. Situating itself in between a historic fashion magazine and a classic exhibition catalogue, The Overworked Body Issue extends the exhibitions central question: How to define a recent history of fashion?
Including works by A.F. Vandevorst, Adeline André, Comme des Garçons, Bernadette Corporation, Helmut Lang, House of Holland, Issey Miyake, Jean Paul Gaultier, and others.

299 792 458 M/S magazine was created in New York City in 2016 by Robert Kulisek and David Lieske. Situating itself in between a historic fashion magazine and a classic exhibition catalogue, The Overworked Body Issue extends the exhibitions central question: How to define a recent history of fashion?
Including[…]

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299 792 458 M/S magazine was created in New York City in 2016 by Robert Kulisek and David Lieske. Its inaugural issue, The American Issue, brings together a large variety of contemporary photographers, stylists, artists and designers with a focus on a transatlantic network that heavily influences the current fashion discourse. 299 792 458 M/S was inspired by Sibylle, the only fashion publication in existence during the former German Democratic Republic. As a meta-fashion magazine, Sibylle operated with minimal access to Western designer clothes, and opened up historical possibilities into uncharted territories of fashion photography. The issue includes contributions by Buch Ellison, Annette Kelm, Dese Escobar, Torbjørn Rødland, Than Hussein Clark, Claire Christerson, Dena Yago, Matt Holmes, Andrea Longacre-White, Marie Angelletti, Eckhaus Latta, Ryan Wei, Heike-Karin Föll and Marcus Cuffie.

299 792 458 M/S magazine was created in New York City in 2016 by Robert Kulisek and David Lieske. Its inaugural issue, The American Issue, brings together a large variety of contemporary photographers, stylists, artists and designers with a focus on a transatlantic network that heavily influences the current fashion[…]

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299 792 458 M/S magazine was created in New York City in 2016 by Robert Kulisek and David Lieske. Its inaugural issue, The American Issue, brings together a large variety of contemporary photographers, stylists, artists and designers with a focus on a transatlantic network that heavily influences the current fashion discourse. 299 792 458 M/S was inspired by Sibylle, the only fashion publication in existence during the former German Democratic Republic. As a meta-fashion magazine, Sibylle operated with minimal access to Western designer clothes, and opened up historical possibilities into uncharted territories of fashion photography. The issue includes contributions by Buch Ellison, Annette Kelm, Dese Escobar, Torbjørn Rødland, Than Hussein Clark, Claire Christerson, Dena Yago, Matt Holmes, Andrea Longacre-White, Marie Angelletti, Eckhaus Latta, Ryan Wei, Heike-Karin Föll and Marcus Cuffie.

299 792 458 M/S magazine was created in New York City in 2016 by Robert Kulisek and David Lieske. Its inaugural issue, The American Issue, brings together a large variety of contemporary photographers, stylists, artists and designers with a focus on a transatlantic network that heavily influences the current fashion[…]

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299 792 458 M/S magazine was created in New York City in 2016 by Robert Kulisek and David Lieske. Its inaugural issue, The American Issue, brings together a large variety of contemporary photographers, stylists, artists and designers with a focus on a transatlantic network that heavily influences the current fashion discourse. 299 792 458 M/S was inspired by Sibylle, the only fashion publication in existence during the former German Democratic Republic. As a meta-fashion magazine, Sibylle operated with minimal access to Western designer clothes, and opened up historical possibilities into uncharted territories of fashion photography. The issue includes contributions by Buch Ellison, Annette Kelm, Dese Escobar, Torbjørn Rødland, Than Hussein Clark, Claire Christerson, Dena Yago, Matt Holmes, Andrea Longacre-White, Marie Angelletti, Eckhaus Latta, Ryan Wei, Heike-Karin Föll and Marcus Cuffie.

299 792 458 M/S magazine was created in New York City in 2016 by Robert Kulisek and David Lieske. Its inaugural issue, The American Issue, brings together a large variety of contemporary photographers, stylists, artists and designers with a focus on a transatlantic network that heavily influences the current fashion[…]

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299 792 458 M/S magazine was created in New York City in 2016 by Robert Kulisek and David Lieske. Its inaugural issue, The American Issue, brings together a large variety of contemporary photographers, stylists, artists and designers with a focus on a transatlantic network that heavily influences the current fashion discourse. 299 792 458 M/S was inspired by Sibylle, the only fashion publication in existence during the former German Democratic Republic. As a meta-fashion magazine, Sibylle operated with minimal access to Western designer clothes, and opened up historical possibilities into uncharted territories of fashion photography. The issue includes contributions by Buch Ellison, Annette Kelm, Dese Escobar, Torbjørn Rødland, Than Hussein Clark, Claire Christerson, Dena Yago, Matt Holmes, Andrea Longacre-White, Marie Angelletti, Eckhaus Latta, Ryan Wei, Heike-Karin Föll and Marcus Cuffie.

299 792 458 M/S magazine was created in New York City in 2016 by Robert Kulisek and David Lieske. Its inaugural issue, The American Issue, brings together a large variety of contemporary photographers, stylists, artists and designers with a focus on a transatlantic network that heavily influences the current fashion[…]

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Lookbook of the Maison Martin Margiela Autumn/Winter 1998-99 Womenswear Collection.
Each one of these lookbooks were handmade in the Parisian press office. The photos are printed and glued on a piece of white cotton cloth. They served both as an important communication tool and as an aid for wholesale clients to show perspective buyers the most representative looks of the collection.

Lookbook of the Maison Martin Margiela Autumn/Winter 1998-99 Womenswear Collection.
Each one of these lookbooks were handmade in the Parisian press office. The photos are printed and glued on a piece of white cotton cloth. They served both as an important communication tool and as an aid for wholesale clients[…]

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Lookbook of the Maison Martin Margiela Autumn/Winter 1998-99 Womenswear Collection.
Each one of these lookbooks were handmade in the Parisian press office. The photos are printed and glued on a piece of white cotton cloth. They served both as an important communication tool and as an aid for wholesale clients to show perspective buyers the most representative looks of the collection.

Lookbook of the Maison Martin Margiela Autumn/Winter 1998-99 Womenswear Collection.
Each one of these lookbooks were handmade in the Parisian press office. The photos are printed and glued on a piece of white cotton cloth. They served both as an important communication tool and as an aid for wholesale clients[…]

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Lookbook of the Maison Martin Margiela Autumn/Winter 1998-99 Womenswear Collection.
Each one of these lookbooks were handmade in the Parisian press office. The photos are printed and glued on a piece of white cotton cloth. They served both as an important communication tool and as an aid for wholesale clients to show perspective buyers the most representative looks of the collection.

Lookbook of the Maison Martin Margiela Autumn/Winter 1998-99 Womenswear Collection.
Each one of these lookbooks were handmade in the Parisian press office. The photos are printed and glued on a piece of white cotton cloth. They served both as an important communication tool and as an aid for wholesale clients[…]

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Lookbook of the Maison Martin Margiela Autumn/Winter 1998-99 Womenswear Collection.
Each one of these lookbooks were handmade in the Parisian press office. The photos are printed and glued on a piece of white cotton cloth. They served both as an important communication tool and as an aid for wholesale clients to show perspective buyers the most representative looks of the collection.

Lookbook of the Maison Martin Margiela Autumn/Winter 1998-99 Womenswear Collection.
Each one of these lookbooks were handmade in the Parisian press office. The photos are printed and glued on a piece of white cotton cloth. They served both as an important communication tool and as an aid for wholesale clients[…]

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Lookbook of the Maison Martin Margiela Autumn/Winter 1998-99 Womenswear Collection.
Each one of these lookbooks were handmade in the Parisian press office. The photos are printed and glued on a piece of white cotton cloth. They served both as an important communication tool and as an aid for wholesale clients to show perspective buyers the most representative looks of the collection.

Lookbook of the Maison Martin Margiela Autumn/Winter 1998-99 Womenswear Collection.
Each one of these lookbooks were handmade in the Parisian press office. The photos are printed and glued on a piece of white cotton cloth. They served both as an important communication tool and as an aid for wholesale clients[…]

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Dutch Magazine Issue 32 - Reunion. 2000.
Featuring Stella Tennant, Philippe Cometti, Michael Event, Thomas Shenk, Alex Cayley, Jonathan Frantini, Warwick Saint, Tierney Gearon.

Dutch Magazine Issue 32 - Reunion. 2000.
Featuring Stella Tennant, Philippe Cometti, Michael Event, Thomas Shenk, Alex Cayley, Jonathan Frantini, Warwick Saint, Tierney Gearon.

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Dutch Magazine Issue 32 - Reunion. 2000.
Featuring Stella Tennant, Philippe Cometti, Michael Event, Thomas Shenk, Alex Cayley, Jonathan Frantini, Warwick Saint, Tierney Gearon.

Dutch Magazine Issue 32 - Reunion. 2000.
Featuring Stella Tennant, Philippe Cometti, Michael Event, Thomas Shenk, Alex Cayley, Jonathan Frantini, Warwick Saint, Tierney Gearon.

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Dutch Magazine Issue 32 - Reunion. 2000.
Featuring Stella Tennant, Philippe Cometti, Michael Event, Thomas Shenk, Alex Cayley, Jonathan Frantini, Warwick Saint, Tierney Gearon.

Dutch Magazine Issue 32 - Reunion. 2000.
Featuring Stella Tennant, Philippe Cometti, Michael Event, Thomas Shenk, Alex Cayley, Jonathan Frantini, Warwick Saint, Tierney Gearon.

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Dutch Magazine Issue 32 - Reunion. 2000.
Featuring Stella Tennant, Philippe Cometti, Michael Event, Thomas Shenk, Alex Cayley, Jonathan Frantini, Warwick Saint, Tierney Gearon.

Dutch Magazine Issue 32 - Reunion. 2000.
Featuring Stella Tennant, Philippe Cometti, Michael Event, Thomas Shenk, Alex Cayley, Jonathan Frantini, Warwick Saint, Tierney Gearon.

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Comme des Garçons explored the theme of the sixth sense via their biannual A3 magazine titled ‘Six’. The magazine was printed between 1988 and 1991, in a total of eight issues, produced to coincide with the launch of their new collections.
Issue N°6 includes photographs by Brian Griffin, Peter Lindbergh and Kishin Shinoyama.

Comme des Garçons explored the theme of the sixth sense via their biannual A3 magazine titled ‘Six’. The magazine was printed between 1988 and 1991, in a total of eight issues, produced to coincide with the launch of their new collections.
Issue N°6 includes photographs by Brian Griffin, Peter Lindbergh[…]

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Comme des Garçons explored the theme of the sixth sense via their biannual A3 magazine titled ‘Six’. The magazine was printed between 1988 and 1991, in a total of eight issues, produced to coincide with the launch of their new collections.
Issue N°6 includes photographs by Brian Griffin, Peter Lindbergh and Kishin Shinoyama.

Comme des Garçons explored the theme of the sixth sense via their biannual A3 magazine titled ‘Six’. The magazine was printed between 1988 and 1991, in a total of eight issues, produced to coincide with the launch of their new collections.
Issue N°6 includes photographs by Brian Griffin, Peter Lindbergh[…]

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Comme des Garçons explored the theme of the sixth sense via their biannual A3 magazine titled ‘Six’. The magazine was printed between 1988 and 1991, in a total of eight issues, produced to coincide with the launch of their new collections.
Issue N°6 includes photographs by Brian Griffin, Peter Lindbergh and Kishin Shinoyama.

Comme des Garçons explored the theme of the sixth sense via their biannual A3 magazine titled ‘Six’. The magazine was printed between 1988 and 1991, in a total of eight issues, produced to coincide with the launch of their new collections.
Issue N°6 includes photographs by Brian Griffin, Peter Lindbergh[…]

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Comme des Garçons explored the theme of the sixth sense via their biannual A3 magazine titled ‘Six’. The magazine was printed between 1988 and 1991, in a total of eight issues, produced to coincide with the launch of their new collections.
Issue N°6 includes photographs by Brian Griffin, Peter Lindbergh and Kishin Shinoyama.

Comme des Garçons explored the theme of the sixth sense via their biannual A3 magazine titled ‘Six’. The magazine was printed between 1988 and 1991, in a total of eight issues, produced to coincide with the launch of their new collections.
Issue N°6 includes photographs by Brian Griffin, Peter Lindbergh[…]

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Comme des Garçons explored the theme of the sixth sense via their biannual A3 magazine titled ‘Six’. The magazine was printed between 1988 and 1991, in a total of eight issues, produced to coincide with the launch of their new collections.
Issue N°6 includes photographs by Brian Griffin, Peter Lindbergh and Kishin Shinoyama.

Comme des Garçons explored the theme of the sixth sense via their biannual A3 magazine titled ‘Six’. The magazine was printed between 1988 and 1991, in a total of eight issues, produced to coincide with the launch of their new collections.
Issue N°6 includes photographs by Brian Griffin, Peter Lindbergh[…]

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Comme des Garçons explored the theme of the sixth sense via their biannual A3 magazine titled ‘Six’. The magazine was printed between 1988 and 1991, in a total of eight issues, produced to coincide with the launch of their new collections.
Issue N°3 includes photographs by Pierre Boucher, Richard Dumas, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Peter Lindbergh, Max Vadukul.

Comme des Garçons explored the theme of the sixth sense via their biannual A3 magazine titled ‘Six’. The magazine was printed between 1988 and 1991, in a total of eight issues, produced to coincide with the launch of their new collections.
Issue N°3 includes photographs by Pierre Boucher, Richard Dumas,[…]

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Comme des Garçons explored the theme of the sixth sense via their biannual A3 magazine titled ‘Six’. The magazine was printed between 1988 and 1991, in a total of eight issues, produced to coincide with the launch of their new collections.
Issue N°3 includes photographs by Pierre Boucher, Richard Dumas, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Peter Lindbergh, Max Vadukul.

Comme des Garçons explored the theme of the sixth sense via their biannual A3 magazine titled ‘Six’. The magazine was printed between 1988 and 1991, in a total of eight issues, produced to coincide with the launch of their new collections.
Issue N°3 includes photographs by Pierre Boucher, Richard Dumas,[…]

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Comme des Garçons explored the theme of the sixth sense via their biannual A3 magazine titled ‘Six’. The magazine was printed between 1988 and 1991, in a total of eight issues, produced to coincide with the launch of their new collections.
Issue N°3 includes photographs by Pierre Boucher, Richard Dumas, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Peter Lindbergh, Max Vadukul.

Comme des Garçons explored the theme of the sixth sense via their biannual A3 magazine titled ‘Six’. The magazine was printed between 1988 and 1991, in a total of eight issues, produced to coincide with the launch of their new collections.
Issue N°3 includes photographs by Pierre Boucher, Richard Dumas,[…]

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Comme des Garçons explored the theme of the sixth sense via their biannual A3 magazine titled ‘Six’. The magazine was printed between 1988 and 1991, in a total of eight issues, produced to coincide with the launch of their new collections.
Issue N°3 includes photographs by Pierre Boucher, Richard Dumas, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Peter Lindbergh, Max Vadukul.

Comme des Garçons explored the theme of the sixth sense via their biannual A3 magazine titled ‘Six’. The magazine was printed between 1988 and 1991, in a total of eight issues, produced to coincide with the launch of their new collections.
Issue N°3 includes photographs by Pierre Boucher, Richard Dumas,[…]

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Comme des Garçons explored the theme of the sixth sense via their biannual A3 magazine titled ‘Six’. The magazine was printed between 1988 and 1991, in a total of eight issues, produced to coincide with the launch of their new collections.
Issue N°3 includes photographs by Pierre Boucher, Richard Dumas, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Peter Lindbergh, Max Vadukul.

Comme des Garçons explored the theme of the sixth sense via their biannual A3 magazine titled ‘Six’. The magazine was printed between 1988 and 1991, in a total of eight issues, produced to coincide with the launch of their new collections.
Issue N°3 includes photographs by Pierre Boucher, Richard Dumas,[…]

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“20” The Exhibition celebrated 20 years of work by the influential and enigmatic Belgian designer, conceived in close collaboration with Maison Martin Margiela and curated by the Mode Museum of Antwerp. Departing from the traditional idea of presenting a comprehensive overview, this accompanying catalogue explores the different themes and concepts that have been present in the Maison's production and captures its deconstructivist, subversive, and often radical approach to fashion, through an examination of the themes and influences that have underpinned the fashion house since its creation. 

“20” The Exhibition celebrated 20 years of work by the influential and enigmatic Belgian designer, conceived in close collaboration with Maison Martin Margiela and curated by the Mode Museum of Antwerp. Departing from the traditional idea of presenting a comprehensive overview, this accompanying catalogue explores the different themes and[…]

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“20” The Exhibition celebrated 20 years of work by the influential and enigmatic Belgian designer, conceived in close collaboration with Maison Martin Margiela and curated by the Mode Museum of Antwerp. Departing from the traditional idea of presenting a comprehensive overview, this accompanying catalogue explores the different themes and concepts that have been present in the Maison's production and captures its deconstructivist, subversive, and often radical approach to fashion, through an examination of the themes and influences that have underpinned the fashion house since its creation. 

“20” The Exhibition celebrated 20 years of work by the influential and enigmatic Belgian designer, conceived in close collaboration with Maison Martin Margiela and curated by the Mode Museum of Antwerp. Departing from the traditional idea of presenting a comprehensive overview, this accompanying catalogue explores the different themes and[…]

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“20” The Exhibition celebrated 20 years of work by the influential and enigmatic Belgian designer, conceived in close collaboration with Maison Martin Margiela and curated by the Mode Museum of Antwerp. Departing from the traditional idea of presenting a comprehensive overview, this accompanying catalogue explores the different themes and concepts that have been present in the Maison's production and captures its deconstructivist, subversive, and often radical approach to fashion, through an examination of the themes and influences that have underpinned the fashion house since its creation. 

“20” The Exhibition celebrated 20 years of work by the influential and enigmatic Belgian designer, conceived in close collaboration with Maison Martin Margiela and curated by the Mode Museum of Antwerp. Departing from the traditional idea of presenting a comprehensive overview, this accompanying catalogue explores the different themes and[…]

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“20” The Exhibition celebrated 20 years of work by the influential and enigmatic Belgian designer, conceived in close collaboration with Maison Martin Margiela and curated by the Mode Museum of Antwerp. Departing from the traditional idea of presenting a comprehensive overview, this accompanying catalogue explores the different themes and concepts that have been present in the Maison's production and captures its deconstructivist, subversive, and often radical approach to fashion, through an examination of the themes and influences that have underpinned the fashion house since its creation. 

“20” The Exhibition celebrated 20 years of work by the influential and enigmatic Belgian designer, conceived in close collaboration with Maison Martin Margiela and curated by the Mode Museum of Antwerp. Departing from the traditional idea of presenting a comprehensive overview, this accompanying catalogue explores the different themes and[…]

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Collection on Mark Borthwick pictures from Hélène Fillières, Margiela, Purple, Self Service.

Collection on Mark Borthwick pictures from Hélène Fillières, Margiela, Purple, Self Service.

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Collection on Mark Borthwick pictures from Hélène Fillières, Margiela, Purple, Self Service.

Collection on Mark Borthwick pictures from Hélène Fillières, Margiela, Purple, Self Service.

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Collection on Mark Borthwick pictures from Hélène Fillières, Margiela, Purple, Self Service.

Collection on Mark Borthwick pictures from Hélène Fillières, Margiela, Purple, Self Service.

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Collection on Mark Borthwick pictures from Hélène Fillières, Margiela, Purple, Self Service.

Collection on Mark Borthwick pictures from Hélène Fillières, Margiela, Purple, Self Service.

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Collection on Mark Borthwick pictures from Hélène Fillières, Margiela, Purple, Self Service.

Collection on Mark Borthwick pictures from Hélène Fillières, Margiela, Purple, Self Service.

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Collection on Mark Borthwick pictures from Hélène Fillières, Margiela, Purple, Self Service.

Collection on Mark Borthwick pictures from Hélène Fillières, Margiela, Purple, Self Service.

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Collection on Mark Borthwick pictures from Hélène Fillières, Margiela, Purple, Self Service.

Collection on Mark Borthwick pictures from Hélène Fillières, Margiela, Purple, Self Service.

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Magazine realized on the occasion of the exposition “L’hiver de l’amour” held at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in 1994. Contributions by Martine Aballea. Amour. Shuji Ariyoshy. Sadie Benning. Dike Blair. Véronique Boudier. Maurizio Cattelan. Larry Clark. Mat Collishaw. Anders Edstrom. Encore. Erotirm. General Idea. Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster. Yves Grenet. Marie-Ange Guilleminot. Farida Hajamadi. David Hammons. Markus Hansen. Lothar Hemper. Carsten Höller. Bernard Joisten. Tom Kalin. Alix Lambert. Claude Leveque. John Lindell. Martin Margliela. Eva Marisaldi. Mode. Jon Moritsugu. Scott Myles. Hans-Ulrich Obrist. Valérie Pigato. Adrien Piper. R, DSV & CIE. David Robbins. François Roche. Allen Ruppersberg. René Santos. Julia Scher. Wolfgang Tillmans. Rirkrit Tiravanija. Inez Van Lamsweerde. Jan Van Oost. Vidya. Viktor&Rolf. Jean-Luc Vilmouth. Andrea Zittel.

Magazine realized on the occasion of the exposition “L’hiver de l’amour” held at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in 1994. Contributions by Martine Aballea. Amour. Shuji Ariyoshy. Sadie Benning. Dike Blair. Véronique Boudier. Maurizio Cattelan. Larry Clark. Mat Collishaw. Anders Edstrom. Encore. Erotirm. General Idea. Dominique[…]

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Magazine realized on the occasion of the exposition “L’hiver de l’amour” held at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in 1994. Contributions by Martine Aballea. Amour. Shuji Ariyoshy. Sadie Benning. Dike Blair. Véronique Boudier. Maurizio Cattelan. Larry Clark. Mat Collishaw. Anders Edstrom. Encore. Erotirm. General Idea. Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster. Yves Grenet. Marie-Ange Guilleminot. Farida Hajamadi. David Hammons. Markus Hansen. Lothar Hemper. Carsten Höller. Bernard Joisten. Tom Kalin. Alix Lambert. Claude Leveque. John Lindell. Martin Margliela. Eva Marisaldi. Mode. Jon Moritsugu. Scott Myles. Hans-Ulrich Obrist. Valérie Pigato. Adrien Piper. R, DSV & CIE. David Robbins. François Roche. Allen Ruppersberg. René Santos. Julia Scher. Wolfgang Tillmans. Rirkrit Tiravanija. Inez Van Lamsweerde. Jan Van Oost. Vidya. Viktor&Rolf. Jean-Luc Vilmouth. Andrea Zittel.

Magazine realized on the occasion of the exposition “L’hiver de l’amour” held at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in 1994. Contributions by Martine Aballea. Amour. Shuji Ariyoshy. Sadie Benning. Dike Blair. Véronique Boudier. Maurizio Cattelan. Larry Clark. Mat Collishaw. Anders Edstrom. Encore. Erotirm. General Idea. Dominique[…]

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Magazine realized on the occasion of the exposition “L’hiver de l’amour” held at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in 1994. Contributions by Martine Aballea. Amour. Shuji Ariyoshy. Sadie Benning. Dike Blair. Véronique Boudier. Maurizio Cattelan. Larry Clark. Mat Collishaw. Anders Edstrom. Encore. Erotirm. General Idea. Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster. Yves Grenet. Marie-Ange Guilleminot. Farida Hajamadi. David Hammons. Markus Hansen. Lothar Hemper. Carsten Höller. Bernard Joisten. Tom Kalin. Alix Lambert. Claude Leveque. John Lindell. Martin Margliela. Eva Marisaldi. Mode. Jon Moritsugu. Scott Myles. Hans-Ulrich Obrist. Valérie Pigato. Adrien Piper. R, DSV & CIE. David Robbins. François Roche. Allen Ruppersberg. René Santos. Julia Scher. Wolfgang Tillmans. Rirkrit Tiravanija. Inez Van Lamsweerde. Jan Van Oost. Vidya. Viktor&Rolf. Jean-Luc Vilmouth. Andrea Zittel.

Magazine realized on the occasion of the exposition “L’hiver de l’amour” held at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in 1994. Contributions by Martine Aballea. Amour. Shuji Ariyoshy. Sadie Benning. Dike Blair. Véronique Boudier. Maurizio Cattelan. Larry Clark. Mat Collishaw. Anders Edstrom. Encore. Erotirm. General Idea. Dominique[…]

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Lookbook of the Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 1999 Womenswear Collection.
Each one of these lookbooks were handmade in the Parisian press office. The photos are printed and glued on a piece of white cotton cloth. They served both as an important communication tool and as an aid for wholesale clients to show perspective buyers the most representative looks of the collection.

Lookbook of the Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 1999 Womenswear Collection.
Each one of these lookbooks were handmade in the Parisian press office. The photos are printed and glued on a piece of white cotton cloth. They served both as an important communication tool and as an aid for wholesale clients[…]

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Lookbook of the Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 1999 Womenswear Collection.
Each one of these lookbooks were handmade in the Parisian press office. The photos are printed and glued on a piece of white cotton cloth. They served both as an important communication tool and as an aid for wholesale clients to show perspective buyers the most representative looks of the collection.

Lookbook of the Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 1999 Womenswear Collection.
Each one of these lookbooks were handmade in the Parisian press office. The photos are printed and glued on a piece of white cotton cloth. They served both as an important communication tool and as an aid for wholesale clients[…]

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Lookbook of the Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 1999 Womenswear Collection.
Each one of these lookbooks were handmade in the Parisian press office. The photos are printed and glued on a piece of white cotton cloth. They served both as an important communication tool and as an aid for wholesale clients to show perspective buyers the most representative looks of the collection.

Lookbook of the Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 1999 Womenswear Collection.
Each one of these lookbooks were handmade in the Parisian press office. The photos are printed and glued on a piece of white cotton cloth. They served both as an important communication tool and as an aid for wholesale clients[…]

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Gianni Versace Uomo Book No. 31 by Bruce Weber Autumn 1996

Produced b y Donatella Versace

Stylist Joe McKenna

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Hair Guido Palau

Gianni Versace Uomo Book No. 31 by Bruce Weber Autumn 1996

Produced b y Donatella Versace

Stylist Joe McKenna

Makeup Dick Page

Hair Guido Palau

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Gianni Versace Uomo Book No. 31 by Bruce Weber Autumn 1996

Produced b y Donatella Versace

Stylist Joe McKenna

Makeup Dick Page

Hair Guido Palau

Gianni Versace Uomo Book No. 31 by Bruce Weber Autumn 1996

Produced b y Donatella Versace

Stylist Joe McKenna

Makeup Dick Page

Hair Guido Palau

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Gianni Versace Uomo Book No. 31 by Bruce Weber Autumn 1996

Produced b y Donatella Versace

Stylist Joe McKenna

Makeup Dick Page

Hair Guido Palau

Gianni Versace Uomo Book No. 31 by Bruce Weber Autumn 1996

Produced b y Donatella Versace

Stylist Joe McKenna

Makeup Dick Page

Hair Guido Palau

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Gianni Versace Uomo Book No. 31 by Bruce Weber Autumn 1996

Produced b y Donatella Versace

Stylist Joe McKenna

Makeup Dick Page

Hair Guido Palau

Gianni Versace Uomo Book No. 31 by Bruce Weber Autumn 1996

Produced b y Donatella Versace

Stylist Joe McKenna

Makeup Dick Page

Hair Guido Palau

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This oversized monograph features the most recent work of the cult photographer Walter Pfeiffer, also known as an artist, poster designer, playwright and filmmaker. Pfeiffer has been shuttling back and forth for years between the visual worlds of art and lifestyle. Whether he is picturing a pile of shiny silver film canisters or a young man doing a handstand in his underwear, Pfeiffer's photographs always convey a distinct, often homoerotic, sensuality. When working with models, he spends long hours developing a melancholic, seductive atmosphere that has been called somnambulant, even as he avoids any trace of the voyeuristic or crude. He is also able to locate everyday moments that express a youthful joi de vivre, giving ordinary objects and subjects a new chance at glamour, dignity or beauty.
This oversized monograph features the most recent work of the cult photographer Walter Pfeiffer, also known as an artist, poster designer, playwright and filmmaker. Pfeiffer has been shuttling back and forth for years between the visual worlds of art and lifestyle. Whether he is picturing a pile of shiny silver[…]
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This oversized monograph features the most recent work of the cult photographer Walter Pfeiffer, also known as an artist, poster designer, playwright and filmmaker. Pfeiffer has been shuttling back and forth for years between the visual worlds of art and lifestyle. Whether he is picturing a pile of shiny silver film canisters or a young man doing a handstand in his underwear, Pfeiffer's photographs always convey a distinct, often homoerotic, sensuality. When working with models, he spends long hours developing a melancholic, seductive atmosphere that has been called somnambulant, even as he avoids any trace of the voyeuristic or crude. He is also able to locate everyday moments that express a youthful joi de vivre, giving ordinary objects and subjects a new chance at glamour, dignity or beauty.
This oversized monograph features the most recent work of the cult photographer Walter Pfeiffer, also known as an artist, poster designer, playwright and filmmaker. Pfeiffer has been shuttling back and forth for years between the visual worlds of art and lifestyle. Whether he is picturing a pile of shiny silver[…]
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This oversized monograph features the most recent work of the cult photographer Walter Pfeiffer, also known as an artist, poster designer, playwright and filmmaker. Pfeiffer has been shuttling back and forth for years between the visual worlds of art and lifestyle. Whether he is picturing a pile of shiny silver film canisters or a young man doing a handstand in his underwear, Pfeiffer's photographs always convey a distinct, often homoerotic, sensuality. When working with models, he spends long hours developing a melancholic, seductive atmosphere that has been called somnambulant, even as he avoids any trace of the voyeuristic or crude. He is also able to locate everyday moments that express a youthful joi de vivre, giving ordinary objects and subjects a new chance at glamour, dignity or beauty.
This oversized monograph features the most recent work of the cult photographer Walter Pfeiffer, also known as an artist, poster designer, playwright and filmmaker. Pfeiffer has been shuttling back and forth for years between the visual worlds of art and lifestyle. Whether he is picturing a pile of shiny silver[…]
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This oversized monograph features the most recent work of the cult photographer Walter Pfeiffer, also known as an artist, poster designer, playwright and filmmaker. Pfeiffer has been shuttling back and forth for years between the visual worlds of art and lifestyle. Whether he is picturing a pile of shiny silver film canisters or a young man doing a handstand in his underwear, Pfeiffer's photographs always convey a distinct, often homoerotic, sensuality. When working with models, he spends long hours developing a melancholic, seductive atmosphere that has been called somnambulant, even as he avoids any trace of the voyeuristic or crude. He is also able to locate everyday moments that express a youthful joi de vivre, giving ordinary objects and subjects a new chance at glamour, dignity or beauty.
This oversized monograph features the most recent work of the cult photographer Walter Pfeiffer, also known as an artist, poster designer, playwright and filmmaker. Pfeiffer has been shuttling back and forth for years between the visual worlds of art and lifestyle. Whether he is picturing a pile of shiny silver[…]
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This oversized monograph features the most recent work of the cult photographer Walter Pfeiffer, also known as an artist, poster designer, playwright and filmmaker. Pfeiffer has been shuttling back and forth for years between the visual worlds of art and lifestyle. Whether he is picturing a pile of shiny silver film canisters or a young man doing a handstand in his underwear, Pfeiffer's photographs always convey a distinct, often homoerotic, sensuality. When working with models, he spends long hours developing a melancholic, seductive atmosphere that has been called somnambulant, even as he avoids any trace of the voyeuristic or crude. He is also able to locate everyday moments that express a youthful joi de vivre, giving ordinary objects and subjects a new chance at glamour, dignity or beauty.
This oversized monograph features the most recent work of the cult photographer Walter Pfeiffer, also known as an artist, poster designer, playwright and filmmaker. Pfeiffer has been shuttling back and forth for years between the visual worlds of art and lifestyle. Whether he is picturing a pile of shiny silver[…]
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This oversized monograph features the most recent work of the cult photographer Walter Pfeiffer, also known as an artist, poster designer, playwright and filmmaker. Pfeiffer has been shuttling back and forth for years between the visual worlds of art and lifestyle. Whether he is picturing a pile of shiny silver film canisters or a young man doing a handstand in his underwear, Pfeiffer's photographs always convey a distinct, often homoerotic, sensuality. When working with models, he spends long hours developing a melancholic, seductive atmosphere that has been called somnambulant, even as he avoids any trace of the voyeuristic or crude. He is also able to locate everyday moments that express a youthful joi de vivre, giving ordinary objects and subjects a new chance at glamour, dignity or beauty.
This oversized monograph features the most recent work of the cult photographer Walter Pfeiffer, also known as an artist, poster designer, playwright and filmmaker. Pfeiffer has been shuttling back and forth for years between the visual worlds of art and lifestyle. Whether he is picturing a pile of shiny silver[…]
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This oversized monograph features the most recent work of the cult photographer Walter Pfeiffer, also known as an artist, poster designer, playwright and filmmaker. Pfeiffer has been shuttling back and forth for years between the visual worlds of art and lifestyle. Whether he is picturing a pile of shiny silver film canisters or a young man doing a handstand in his underwear, Pfeiffer's photographs always convey a distinct, often homoerotic, sensuality. When working with models, he spends long hours developing a melancholic, seductive atmosphere that has been called somnambulant, even as he avoids any trace of the voyeuristic or crude. He is also able to locate everyday moments that express a youthful joi de vivre, giving ordinary objects and subjects a new chance at glamour, dignity or beauty.
This oversized monograph features the most recent work of the cult photographer Walter Pfeiffer, also known as an artist, poster designer, playwright and filmmaker. Pfeiffer has been shuttling back and forth for years between the visual worlds of art and lifestyle. Whether he is picturing a pile of shiny silver[…]
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This oversized monograph features the most recent work of the cult photographer Walter Pfeiffer, also known as an artist, poster designer, playwright and filmmaker. Pfeiffer has been shuttling back and forth for years between the visual worlds of art and lifestyle. Whether he is picturing a pile of shiny silver film canisters or a young man doing a handstand in his underwear, Pfeiffer's photographs always convey a distinct, often homoerotic, sensuality. When working with models, he spends long hours developing a melancholic, seductive atmosphere that has been called somnambulant, even as he avoids any trace of the voyeuristic or crude. He is also able to locate everyday moments that express a youthful joi de vivre, giving ordinary objects and subjects a new chance at glamour, dignity or beauty.
This oversized monograph features the most recent work of the cult photographer Walter Pfeiffer, also known as an artist, poster designer, playwright and filmmaker. Pfeiffer has been shuttling back and forth for years between the visual worlds of art and lifestyle. Whether he is picturing a pile of shiny silver[…]
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Street fashion at Paris pret-a-porter collections 1995
Street fashion at Paris pret-a-porter collections 1995
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Street fashion at Paris pret-a-porter collections 1995
Street fashion at Paris pret-a-porter collections 1995
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Street fashion at Paris pret-a-porter collections 1995
Street fashion at Paris pret-a-porter collections 1995
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Street fashion at Paris pret-a-porter collections 1995
Street fashion at Paris pret-a-porter collections 1995
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Street fashion at Paris pret-a-porter collections 1995
Street fashion at Paris pret-a-porter collections 1995
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Street Fashion at Paris pret-a-porter collections 1994
Street Fashion at Paris pret-a-porter collections 1994
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Street Fashion at Paris pret-a-porter collections 1994
Street Fashion at Paris pret-a-porter collections 1994
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Street Fashion at Paris pret-a-porter collections 1994
Street Fashion at Paris pret-a-porter collections 1994
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Street Fashion at Paris pret-a-porter collections 1994
Street Fashion at Paris pret-a-porter collections 1994
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Showcaller is the first book exploring the work of emerging artist Talia Chetrit. It brings together a broad range of her work made between 1994 and 2018 and is linked to a retrospective museum exhibition at the Kölnischer Kunstverein in early 2018. The title Showcaller is a theatrical term which references the performative aspects of Chetrit’s work, the power dynamic between subject and photographer, and, ultimately, between the photographer and her audience.
Showcaller is the first book exploring the work of emerging artist Talia Chetrit. It brings together a broad range of her work made between 1994 and 2018 and is linked to a retrospective museum exhibition at the Kölnischer Kunstverein in early 2018. The title Showcaller is a theatrical term which[…]
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Showcaller is the first book exploring the work of emerging artist Talia Chetrit. It brings together a broad range of her work made between 1994 and 2018 and is linked to a retrospective museum exhibition at the Kölnischer Kunstverein in early 2018. The title Showcaller is a theatrical term which references the performative aspects of Chetrit’s work, the power dynamic between subject and photographer, and, ultimately, between the photographer and her audience.
Showcaller is the first book exploring the work of emerging artist Talia Chetrit. It brings together a broad range of her work made between 1994 and 2018 and is linked to a retrospective museum exhibition at the Kölnischer Kunstverein in early 2018. The title Showcaller is a theatrical term which[…]
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Showcaller is the first book exploring the work of emerging artist Talia Chetrit. It brings together a broad range of her work made between 1994 and 2018 and is linked to a retrospective museum exhibition at the Kölnischer Kunstverein in early 2018. The title Showcaller is a theatrical term which references the performative aspects of Chetrit’s work, the power dynamic between subject and photographer, and, ultimately, between the photographer and her audience.
Showcaller is the first book exploring the work of emerging artist Talia Chetrit. It brings together a broad range of her work made between 1994 and 2018 and is linked to a retrospective museum exhibition at the Kölnischer Kunstverein in early 2018. The title Showcaller is a theatrical term which[…]
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Showcaller is the first book exploring the work of emerging artist Talia Chetrit. It brings together a broad range of her work made between 1994 and 2018 and is linked to a retrospective museum exhibition at the Kölnischer Kunstverein in early 2018. The title Showcaller is a theatrical term which references the performative aspects of Chetrit’s work, the power dynamic between subject and photographer, and, ultimately, between the photographer and her audience.
Showcaller is the first book exploring the work of emerging artist Talia Chetrit. It brings together a broad range of her work made between 1994 and 2018 and is linked to a retrospective museum exhibition at the Kölnischer Kunstverein in early 2018. The title Showcaller is a theatrical term which[…]
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Showcaller is the first book exploring the work of emerging artist Talia Chetrit. It brings together a broad range of her work made between 1994 and 2018 and is linked to a retrospective museum exhibition at the Kölnischer Kunstverein in early 2018. The title Showcaller is a theatrical term which references the performative aspects of Chetrit’s work, the power dynamic between subject and photographer, and, ultimately, between the photographer and her audience.
Showcaller is the first book exploring the work of emerging artist Talia Chetrit. It brings together a broad range of her work made between 1994 and 2018 and is linked to a retrospective museum exhibition at the Kölnischer Kunstverein in early 2018. The title Showcaller is a theatrical term which[…]
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Showcaller is the first book exploring the work of emerging artist Talia Chetrit. It brings together a broad range of her work made between 1994 and 2018 and is linked to a retrospective museum exhibition at the Kölnischer Kunstverein in early 2018. The title Showcaller is a theatrical term which references the performative aspects of Chetrit’s work, the power dynamic between subject and photographer, and, ultimately, between the photographer and her audience.
Showcaller is the first book exploring the work of emerging artist Talia Chetrit. It brings together a broad range of her work made between 1994 and 2018 and is linked to a retrospective museum exhibition at the Kölnischer Kunstverein in early 2018. The title Showcaller is a theatrical term which[…]
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Edited by Fayen d’Evie, Matthew Linde, Spencer Lai and Jake Swinson
Design by Toby Tam

Contents include a feature text “The Banquet” by Monicas’s Gallery with Jessie Kiely, and image contributions from: Adam Wood, Anna-Sophie Berger, Aurelia Guo, Brendan Morris, Bror August, Caley Feeney, Chloé Elizabeth Maratta, Claire Barrow, D&K, Dara Allen, Eric Mack, Galen Erickson thanks to Matthew Drury, Callum Hawke, Oscar Khan and Arthur Marie, George Egerton-Warbuton, Giovanna Flores, Grace Anderson, H.B. Peace, Hamishi Farah, Hana Earles, Harry Burke, Jake Levy, Jessie Kiely, Joseph Geagan, Josey Kidd-Crowe, Kate Meakin, Kulisek-Lieske, Laura Fanning, Matty Bovan, Mel Paget, Milo Conroy, Misty Pollen, Nora Slade and Peter Guffield Linden, Rafael Delacruz, Rare Candy, Richard Malone,Ruth O’Leary, Ryohei Kawanishi, Sasha Geyer, Shahan Assadourian, Sophie Hardeman, Spencer Lai, Stefan Schwartzman, and Wiley Guillot.

Edition of 1000

Edited by Fayen d’Evie, Matthew Linde, Spencer Lai and Jake Swinson
Design by Toby Tam

Contents include a feature text “The Banquet” by Monicas’s Gallery with Jessie Kiely, and image contributions from: Adam Wood, Anna-Sophie Berger, Aurelia Guo, Brendan Morris, Bror August, Caley Feeney, Chloé Elizabeth Maratta, Claire Barrow,[…]

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Edited by Fayen d’Evie, Matthew Linde, Spencer Lai and Jake Swinson
Design by Toby Tam

Contents include a feature text “The Banquet” by Monicas’s Gallery with Jessie Kiely, and image contributions from: Adam Wood, Anna-Sophie Berger, Aurelia Guo, Brendan Morris, Bror August, Caley Feeney, Chloé Elizabeth Maratta, Claire Barrow, D&K, Dara Allen, Eric Mack, Galen Erickson thanks to Matthew Drury, Callum Hawke, Oscar Khan and Arthur Marie, George Egerton-Warbuton, Giovanna Flores, Grace Anderson, H.B. Peace, Hamishi Farah, Hana Earles, Harry Burke, Jake Levy, Jessie Kiely, Joseph Geagan, Josey Kidd-Crowe, Kate Meakin, Kulisek-Lieske, Laura Fanning, Matty Bovan, Mel Paget, Milo Conroy, Misty Pollen, Nora Slade and Peter Guffield Linden, Rafael Delacruz, Rare Candy, Richard Malone,Ruth O’Leary, Ryohei Kawanishi, Sasha Geyer, Shahan Assadourian, Sophie Hardeman, Spencer Lai, Stefan Schwartzman, and Wiley Guillot.

Edition of 1000

Edited by Fayen d’Evie, Matthew Linde, Spencer Lai and Jake Swinson
Design by Toby Tam

Contents include a feature text “The Banquet” by Monicas’s Gallery with Jessie Kiely, and image contributions from: Adam Wood, Anna-Sophie Berger, Aurelia Guo, Brendan Morris, Bror August, Caley Feeney, Chloé Elizabeth Maratta, Claire Barrow,[…]

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Edited by Fayen d’Evie, Matthew Linde, Spencer Lai and Jake Swinson
Design by Toby Tam

Contents include a feature text “The Banquet” by Monicas’s Gallery with Jessie Kiely, and image contributions from: Adam Wood, Anna-Sophie Berger, Aurelia Guo, Brendan Morris, Bror August, Caley Feeney, Chloé Elizabeth Maratta, Claire Barrow, D&K, Dara Allen, Eric Mack, Galen Erickson thanks to Matthew Drury, Callum Hawke, Oscar Khan and Arthur Marie, George Egerton-Warbuton, Giovanna Flores, Grace Anderson, H.B. Peace, Hamishi Farah, Hana Earles, Harry Burke, Jake Levy, Jessie Kiely, Joseph Geagan, Josey Kidd-Crowe, Kate Meakin, Kulisek-Lieske, Laura Fanning, Matty Bovan, Mel Paget, Milo Conroy, Misty Pollen, Nora Slade and Peter Guffield Linden, Rafael Delacruz, Rare Candy, Richard Malone,Ruth O’Leary, Ryohei Kawanishi, Sasha Geyer, Shahan Assadourian, Sophie Hardeman, Spencer Lai, Stefan Schwartzman, and Wiley Guillot.

Edition of 1000

Edited by Fayen d’Evie, Matthew Linde, Spencer Lai and Jake Swinson
Design by Toby Tam

Contents include a feature text “The Banquet” by Monicas’s Gallery with Jessie Kiely, and image contributions from: Adam Wood, Anna-Sophie Berger, Aurelia Guo, Brendan Morris, Bror August, Caley Feeney, Chloé Elizabeth Maratta, Claire Barrow,[…]

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As shopping shifts online and the economic shocks associated with the coronavirus pandemic push bankruptcies to unprecedented levels, retail is facing its own version of the end of days. The arsenal of commercial techniques that retail has developed can no longer function as usual. As a result, the entangled worlds of architecture, fashion, business, and art appear to us in a new light, testifying to a culture that is going extinct. At the same time, retail’s techniques of attraction and distraction have become visible in a new way. Stripped of their use-value, they reveal themselves as techniques of pure display. Retail Apocalypse presents a compendium of case studies, interventions, and object lessons rescued from the bonfire of retail culture, ranging from Friedrich Kiesler’s display windows to Gae Aulenti’s Fiat showrooms; from J. G. Ballard’s dystopian fantasies to TELFAR’s critical utopias; and from Rem Koolhaas to Herzog & de Meuron.
As shopping shifts online and the economic shocks associated with the coronavirus pandemic push bankruptcies to unprecedented levels, retail is facing its own version of the end of days. The arsenal of commercial techniques that retail has developed can no longer function as usual. As a result, the[…]
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The Winter 1998 issue of Purple Fashion Magazine, the last Purple Fashion single issue before the magazine amalgamated into one, and then divided again in 2004. Contributions from Bernadette Corporation, Mark Borthwick, Hussein Chalayan, Viktor & Rolf, Helmut Lang by Terry Richardson and Martin Margiela.

The Winter 1998 issue of Purple Fashion Magazine, the last Purple Fashion single issue before the magazine amalgamated into one, and then divided again in 2004. Contributions from Bernadette Corporation, Mark Borthwick, Hussein Chalayan, Viktor & Rolf, Helmut Lang by Terry Richardson and Martin Margiela.

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The Winter 1998 issue of Purple Fashion Magazine, the last Purple Fashion single issue before the magazine amalgamated into one, and then divided again in 2004. Contributions from Bernadette Corporation, Mark Borthwick, Hussein Chalayan, Viktor & Rolf, Helmut Lang by Terry Richardson and Martin Margiela.

The Winter 1998 issue of Purple Fashion Magazine, the last Purple Fashion single issue before the magazine amalgamated into one, and then divided again in 2004. Contributions from Bernadette Corporation, Mark Borthwick, Hussein Chalayan, Viktor & Rolf, Helmut Lang by Terry Richardson and Martin Margiela.

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The Winter 1998 issue of Purple Fashion Magazine, the last Purple Fashion single issue before the magazine amalgamated into one, and then divided again in 2004. Contributions from Bernadette Corporation, Mark Borthwick, Hussein Chalayan, Viktor & Rolf, Helmut Lang by Terry Richardson and Martin Margiela.

The Winter 1998 issue of Purple Fashion Magazine, the last Purple Fashion single issue before the magazine amalgamated into one, and then divided again in 2004. Contributions from Bernadette Corporation, Mark Borthwick, Hussein Chalayan, Viktor & Rolf, Helmut Lang by Terry Richardson and Martin Margiela.