032c, Issue 37 — Winter 2019/2020 (Shay)
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032c is a bi-annual contemporary culture magazine at the intersections of fashion, art and politics. Finding the new in the old and the old in the new, 032c invites leading and emerging creatives to collaborate on mono- thematic issues. It has been considered to be “dedicated to the celebration of ideas” by i-D, “revue ultra-pointue” by French Vogue, or simply as “the Berlin magazine that propogates an aesthetic of brutal elegance” by Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. “The magazine fuses art and architecture, literature, urban studies and fashion in ways”, states New York Times, “that can make one forget how depressing a visit to a newsstand has become.” 032c is internationally distributed to selected art bookstores, fashion boutiques and newsstands. The magazine has been exhibited at places such as London Design Museum, Colette (Paris), GAS (Tokyo), The Pineal Eye (London) and the 3rd Berlin Biennial.
In this issue:
“Your most mundane habits have become a geological force.”
In 032c Issue #37, we publish BLACK HOLE CATALOG, a 40-page dossier by INTERIORS AGENCY that offers survival strategies and coping mechanisms for life in THE NEW INTERIOR: the crisis-ridden planetary environment we inhabit today. Dior’s leading man KIM JONES leads photographer JACKIE NICKERSON and writer JACK SELF on a tour of his new ultra-brutalist digs in London – and flaunts his collector chops. A TRIP TO JAMAICA takes us into the inner world of the pope of dub, LEE “SCRATCH” PERRY. Inside his New York studio, artist TOM SACHS sips (and spills) tea with Uniqlo’s JOHN C JAY. India’s prize-winning modernist BALKRISHNA DOSHI rejects private property, and architects stunning public housing and institutions instead. Tokyo’s perennially rebellious JUN TAKAHASHI finds authenticity in pop culture for UNDERCOVER. Painter THOMAS SCHEIBITZ faces off with Picasso in Berlin.
Meanwhile, PIERRE-ANGE CARLOTTI directs a trilogy of Parisian stories across the city’s design ateliers and hôtel particuliers, chronicling a season in fashion through the eyes of leading ladies ANJA RUBIK, SHAY, KEMBRA PFAHLER, MICHÈLE LAMY, and LAETITIA CASTA.
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