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212, Issue 6 – Eyes

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212 is a large-format international biannual magazine based in Istanbul.

It’s a publication about art and society and each issue will tackle various universal subjects within a distinct theme, through long-form writing, short fiction, photo essays and interviews.

212 is a playground for photographers, artists and writers to communicate their thoughts on any given subject matter. Our aim is to collide the worlds of photography, art, fashion, and culture at large, with an in-depth editorial identity that affectionately merges the past with the present, as we like to call it the ‘long-now’.

In this issue:

We have dedicated this issue to eyes.

We’ve sought out innovative work related to looking and seeing—whether it be about

Observing change, Experiencing other points of view,  getting a perspective on history,

Or

Understanding how the individual ‘i’ frames its experience.

Care to see? Take a look.

Issue VI includes;

Interviews with Maurizio Cattelan, Jonathan Barnbrook and Remo Ruffini,

Fashion stories by Turkina Faso and Laura Maire Cieplik,

Photo essays by Alex Prager, Sacha Goldberger and Christian Tagliavini,

Artworks by Goshka Macuga,

Short stories by Sait Faik Abasiyanik, Ayşegül Savaş, Sine Ergün and Remy de Gourmont

With

An illustrated story by Maira Kalman.

Plus, gut-wrenching installation of animal interviews by Eva Kot’átková.

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