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032c, Issue 38 — Winter 2020/2021: “20 Years” (Jeremy O. Harris cover)

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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:

“You’re invited.”

SUPREME founder James Jebbia called 032c “the last truly great culture magazine.” In 032c Issue #38, we celebrate our first two decades with a 28-page fold-out chronicling our evolution from DIY Berlin to the world of ready-to-wear, featuring commentary and a timeline of global 21st century cultural production by tech and media arbiter NEW MODELS, a visual audit by VIRGIL ABLOH, and a message from ANNA WINTOUR. Gemini legend and 2020 chart-slayer GUNNA incarnates rap’s mythological hero of the year. MAHFUZ SULTAN and ARI MARCOPOULOS unearth MICHAEL HEIZER‘s secret desert sanctum. ROB HARDY, cinematographer of the “inexorable” behind the visual landscapes of Ex Machina, Annihilation, and Devs, shows SHUMON BASAR what the future looks like now. A newly repatriated, chain-smoking DAVID HOCKNEY gives dubious health advice to SVEN MICHAELSEN – then SVEN MICHAELSEN heads for the (Waldhaus) Sils to learn hospitality from hotel maestro URS KIENBERGER. Theories of automation, labor, and the self take an intimate turn when MCKENZIE WARK Zooms SUSAN BENNETT, the original voice of Siri. At Bottega Veneta, DANIEL LEE bears all – and flourishes. ADRIANO SACKtalks Kraftwerk, Kippenberger, and West Berlin with CLAUDIA SKODA, fashion’s unsung knitwear queen. Photo-based artist DEANA LAWSON shares images that once evaded public view, having landed instead on her cutting room floor. “Slowed and Throwed” icon DJ SCREW proves magnificent and immortal – in Houston, and around the globe. JACK SELFtours MATTHEW M. WILLIAMS‘ new abode: the house of Givenchy. Diamond-bejeweled Italian stream-screen sensation ALICE PAGANI leads LUKAS WASSMANNthrough an art-rich Roman Palazzo. Leading light of NY theater JEREMY O.HARRIS holds the stage at a mannerist Schloss in Austria for a BRUNO STAUB and MARC GOEHRING production. Elsewhere on the old continent, HUGO COMTE casts KRIS GRIKAITE in a Parisian roman-à-clef.

Plus: Société de 032c presents PROGNOSTIQUE DES TEMPS MODERNESwith pop star Dua Lipa, menswear bromatics Jerry Lorenzo and Alessandro Sartori, artworld emulsifier Aria Dean, man in Milan Francesco Vezzoli, Twitter nihilist Nolen Gertz, distiller Max Luz, and musical futurist Gaika. At last, as ever, we turn the pages of our favorite books of the season in a new installment of BERLIN REVIEW.

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.

PLUS: Société de 032c presents WORKING AND NOT WORKING with musician Blood Orange and OAMC creative director Luke Meier, Los Angeles legend Eva Chow, the boys of the Berlin skate hub Civilist, London’s radical curator Stefan Kalmár, the Moscow concept retailer Olga Karput, GQ editor-in-chief Will Welch, touring R&B crooner Miguel, Brooklyn bricoleur Nicole McLaughlin, and philosopher of horror Eugene Thacker. And finally, we dive into our favorite books of the season for BERLIN REVIEW.
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