The magazine’s sixth issue, the first ever spring/summer edition, addresses a number of questions. What does the relationship between an artist and their muse look like? How can an artist use their craft and curiosity to reflect on broader social issues? What kind of legacy do they leave behind? All this and more is explored through fourteen features, including a day in the studio with outspoken Iranian-American artist Sheda Soleimani, a tribute to photographer Jacqueline Hassink, Tanya Habjouqa’s take on Jerusalem as a divided city, the portrayal of religious practices in photography, impressions of Singapore by Carlos Alba, Zoë Corbyn’s speculation on mining asteroids, and more. Thanks to Unseen (Amsterdam).
192 pages, 20 x 27 cm, softcover, Unseen (Amsterdam).