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KASINO CREATIVE ANNUAL #1

Posted: Mai 20th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Design, Film, Literature, Photography | 12 Comments »

KASINO CREATIVE ANNUAL — ABOUT HAIR, which focuses on the aesthetic, biological and cultural aspects of hair, revealing insights into human nature, the general way we are and, essentially, creativity. The topic is really grabbed by the proverbial short hairs!

Contact
Kasino Creative Studio
Siltasaarenkatu 15, 00530 Helsinki Finland
studio at wearekasino.com

How to get it
KASINO CREATIVE ANNUAL is distributed worldwide by MOTTO DISTRIBUTION and DOKUMENT PRESS.

For commercial collaborations contact Sales Specialist JUKKA HOTTA — +358 50 518 6851 by phone or jukka.hotta at wearekasino.com by email.

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KASINO CREATIVE PUBLISHING will launch a new, annual publication on May 1st, 2010. It follows up KASINO A4 magazine aka The Most Melancholy Magazine, which launched in December 2005. With distribution in over 20 countries it was the most international magazine to come from Finland. It was chosen as one of the TOP TEN INDEPENDENT STYLE MAGAZINES alongside eg. SELF SERVICE,032C and MONOCLE. The end came in October 2009 with issue #10, and was planned to fit the strict concept. Within the pages of the final issue we also published JESPER VUORI’S short story compilation novel CONFESSIONS OF A COMPULSIVE LIAR, which had been serialised in KASINO A4’S issues #0–#10.

www.wearekasino.com


cmagazine #105 / Sports

Posted: Mai 6th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Film, Literature, New Media | 15 Comments »

ISSUE 105 includes feature contributions from Ray Cronin on GRAEME PATTERSON, and Elizabeth Matheson and Emelie Chhangur on HUMBERTO VÉLEZ; Karlyn De Jongh interviews TECHING HSIEH, Kaitlin Till-Landry interviews MARTHA WILSON, and Deborah Root examines the performance interventions of LORENA WOLFFER; with book and exhibition reviews from Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, New York and Basel; ARTIST PROJECT by Patrick Krzyzanowski.

Contact
C Magazine
PO Box Stn B
Toronto, On
M5T 2T2
Canada

Subscription
here

C Magazine is published
quarterly by
C The Visual Arts Foundation

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An essential platform for critical debate about visual art and culture, from a Canadian perspective.

C Magazine is an international art periodical devoted to contemporary perspectives on sculpture, painting and film, performance, media, and site-specific art and installation. C publishes intelligent and thought-provoking essays, reviews and projects by both new and established writers and artists. Based in Toronto, with contributors around the world, C has provided critically engaged coverage of contemporary art practices in Canada and internationally for 25 years.

www.cmagazine.com


The Point #2

Posted: Mai 5th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Literature, Politics | 11 Comments »

LOVE IN THE AGE OF THE PICKUP ARTIST by S. G. Belknap // THE WAR AT HOME by Nathan Schneider // THE (UPDATED) DICTIONARY OF RECEIVED IDEAS by Justin Evans // ABBAS KIAROSTAMI’S TRANSCENDENTAL STYLE by Kyle Smith // ANOTHER ARTICLE ABOUT DAVID LYNCH by Patryk Dawid Chlastawa // THE PERSPECTIVE OF TERRENCE MALICK by Jon Baskin // NO GOOD REASON by Robert Pippin // THE OLD FRONTIER by Geoffrey O’Brien // JOHN HUGHES by Sarah Miller-Davenport // INHERITING SOCRATES by Martha Nussbaum // GAY PRIDE IN JERUSALEM by Rosalind Earis

Contact
The Point
732 S. Financial Place, apt. 704
Chicago, IL 60605

Subscription
http://www.thepointmag.com/subscribe/

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The Point. A journal of ideas, love politics, art, work, ethics, philosophy, nature. The Point is a Chicago-based print journal publishing rigorous but accessible writing about contemporary life. The journal is published twice-yearly and available for order online and in select bookstores. The website features selected content from the magazine, as well as some original articles. Please see our submission guidelines below if you are interested in contributing.

www.thepointmag.com