"It should be visceral and exciting. It should be a dramatic experience. It should be thrilling."*

And now to something completely different!

Posted: November 29th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Culture | 12 Comments »

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INDUSTRIE #2

Posted: November 29th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Fashion | 16 Comments »

A Magazine dedicated to the Culture of Fashion. Snapshots of the personalities and moments which shape the Fashion Industry.

Contact
Industrie Magazine
3rd floor
The Biscuit Building
10 Redchurch Street
London, UK
E2 7DD

info@industriemagazine.com

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Industrie is the first and only media title dedicated to presenting an independent, in-depth look at the fashion industry, going behind the scenes to chronicle the personalities, stories and defining moments in the world of fashion.
Founded in 2009 by Erik Torstensson and Jens Grede, of the saturday-group, industrie aims to shift focus away from current collections and trends and provide a considered insight into the culture of fashion. Industrie documents the individuals who influence fashion and critically examines the ideas which shape it.
Industrie is published twice a year, distributed internationally by comag and updated continually on industriemagazine.com

www.industriemagazine.com


Art Review #46

Posted: November 24th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art | 20 Comments »

Who is this ‘Ana’ at the heart of Susan Hefuna’s work? // On what planet did Dan Holdsworth photograph his latest series of landscapes? // Why has it taken so long to recognise Rasheed Araeen’s place at the heart of British Minimalism? // How does Adrian Ghenie get from slapstick to totalitarianism? // Scott King – just who does he think he is? //  Many answers to many questions, and an artist intervention by Ignacio Uriarte. // Plus a free guide to the photographers nominated for the Lacoste Elysée Prize 2010.

Contact
ArtReview
1 Sekforde Street,
London,
EC1R 0BE

For subscription enquiries
please call:
UK and Rest of World
+44 (0)1858 438803
USA +1 800 428 3003.

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The Magazine Online is an exact replica of the print edition, published simultaneously and available immediately, free of charge, anywhere in the world to anyone with access to the Internet. The Magazine Online comes with additional video and audio content, click-through links to advertisers and editorial, and a complete archive of the magazine’s contents since 2006.

www.artreview.com


Teller #1

Posted: November 15th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Culture, Literature | 21 Comments »

In ISSUE 1, Flavie Guerrand’s pictures, culled from hundreds of all-nighters in Paris and Berlin, tell the story of the ultimate party. // Charles Trotter, a commercial photographer based in Nairobi in the 1950s, shows us the decadence of colonial rule in its dying days. // Damien Poulain pictures a congregation that has already passed away. // Julia Hayes commemorates a ritual cleansing performed in a 1930s London slum and Joe Dilworth introduces the bucolic disciplines of Hungary’s Peasant Olympics. // Will Carruthers, Crispin Dowler, and Augustine Obeyeskera tell implausible tales of real life. // Nina Mangalanayagam opens the doors to a gathering of her Tamil family in Europe. //  Lee Scrivner disturbs the peace of the American backyard. //  And Thomas Rees goes for a ride in Russia.

Contact
For more information, submissions,
and where to buy Teller, please contact:
tellus@tellermagazine.com

How to get it
www.trolleybooks.com

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Edited by Katherine Hunt and Ruby Russell, designed by Neue Gestaltung (Anna Bühler & Pit Stenkhoff) and published by Trolley.

Teller is a magazine of stories. Stories told in pictures, in words, in both; short sharp stories, ‘so I once heard this story’ stories, stories of pure invention and stories that might just be true. It’s a miscellany, a platter for your enjoyment. Like an old sea dog accosting you at a wedding, fugitives from the plague passing time around the campfire, or just the rambling oracle propping up the bar, Teller will tell you the stories you always wanted to hear. –Teller

www.tellermagazine.com