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032c, Issue 41 – SS22 (Cover A)

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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:

Every copy of 032c Issue #41 features a free BALENCIAGA iron-on kit, so you can create your own apparel at home. It’s part of a donation campaign benefitting the World Food Programme’s emergency aid for Ukraine – order the magazine to find out how it works.

But Is it Art? But Is it Legal? But Is it Legit?”

“Jesus” shoes filled with Holy Water. “Satan” ones filled with blood. An unauthorized Hermès / Birkenstock hybrid. Backed by venture capital and buffered by in-house legal counsel, MSCHF will lift your logo and sell it as their own—if you’re lucky. The 032c Issue #41 dossier is an insider’s guide to the New York collective conjuring mystique (and money) with trickster magic. Elsewhere, NAN GOLDIN and DURGA CHEW-BOSE trace the limitless lines of JULIE MEHRETU, whose fellow painter JULIAN SCHNABEL lets SVEN MICHAELSEN into his (mostly outdoor) inner sanctum. THOMAS JEPPE uncovers the Ballardian base layers of painter SERGIO SARRI, caught in Paris by PIERRE-ANGE CARLOTTI, and MAHFUZ SULTAN travels the vaporous world of DILLER SCOFIDIO + RENFRO, the architectural powerhouse blurring the boundaries and buildings of cultural space. MAX DAX assembles an oral history of HARD WAX, the Kreuzberg record store making Berlin the European epicenter of techno since 1989. Across the Atlantic, DALLAS is an unlikely blueprint for urban futures, distilled in 41 points by ZAC CRAIN. LOURDES “LOLA” LEON is fire and ice for ANGELO DOMINIC SESTO. RAS BARTRAM makes his 032c fashion director debut with four editorials, outfitting MONA TOUGAARD under big skies for JACKIE NICKERSON, tying knots with KRISTINA NAGEL, playing house with GOI MANASE for SZILVESTER MAKÓ, and channeling the northern lights with FREDERRIKE SOFIE for CASPER SEJERSEN.

PLUS: curator Agnes Gryczkowska, YouTube streamers HÖR, racecar driver Laura-Marie Geissler, honorary Texan Carolina Alvarez-Mathies, and NOLA Mardi Gras chief Bo Dollis Jr. gather in SOCIÉTÉ de 032c; the X-FILES introduces the cyborgs, shamans, mystics, and magicians of the expanded 032c.com universe; and, as always, we outro the issue with the BERLIN REVIEW, surveying our favorite reads of the literary season.

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