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Lolo González

A FLAMENCO CATHARSIS

Número de páginas
176
Idioma
Inglés y español
Medidas
21mm x 27'5mm
Portada
Estucado semi-mate 300 g con plastificado en brillo
Interior
Munken Print White 2.0, 90 g
Impresión
Offset
Editor y director creativo
Lolo González
Dirección de arte y diseño
Judit Musachs y Pol Pérez (Studiopol)
Consultor de diseño
Jordi Carles
Fotografía de portada
Ana Cuba

A FLAMENCO CATHARSIS es un estudio de dirección creativa especializado en la industria del flamenco que también publica una revista con el mismo nombre. Así, A FLAMENCO CATHARSIS Magazine es una publicación impresa, con vocación internacional, cuyo tema es el flamenco y sus alrededores artísticos. Con un enfoque ecléctico y sin miedos ni restricciones, este número dos presenta un contenido que va de la poesía a la experimentación visual, pasando por el ensayo y el relato de ficción, todo ello con una fotografía y un diseño editorial insólitos en el panorama revistero flamenco.

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Olivier Bertrand (ed.)

La Perruque, type magazine

Published by
Surfaces Utiles
21 issues
Various authors
Format
1 × 90 cm
Printing
Blank surfaces hacked in the margins of regular offset prints
Binding
The issues come wound around a piece of wood
Year
Since 2015

La Perruque is a 1 × 90 cm-long magazine publishing nonstandard type specimens printed in the margins of regular documents.

La Perruque hacks unused paper surfaces from print shop production, so they become carte blanche for type designers instead of waste.

Each issue is a specimen of a typeface. All of them together draw the portrait of a contemporary typography scene. La Perruque showcases experimental typography projects. It is also a place for type manifestos and in-progress fonts.

Besides being an online archive of the magazine issues, www.la-perruque.org also gives access to the font design processes documented by the type designers themselves.

“A ‘homer’ [«perruque» in french] is an artifact that a worker produces using company tools and materials outside normal production plans but at the workplace and during workhours. Despite legal, artistic and ethnographic evidence of their existence, silence surrounds [perruques]. […] this silence is not linked just to the marginal and illegal quality of these artifacts. [Perruques] shed light on a high degree of ‘complicity’ between employees regardless of their position in the hierarchy.” Michel Anteby, “Factory ‘homers’: Understanding a highly elusive, marginal, and illegal practice“, in Sociologie du travail, 45, 2003, p. 453.

The magazine is now published by Surfaces Utiles, a publishing house runned with a similar mindset, trying to publish parallelepiped books through these non-standard production methods.

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TAMBOURINE presents

Sabat Magazine

Dimensions
20 x 28,5cm
Format
Softcover
Edition
First
PVP
18.00€
Editor
Elizabeth Krohn
Graphic Designer
Cleber Rafael de Campos

SABAT is a three-issue magazine (The Maiden Issue, The Mother Issue & The Crone Issue), fusing witchcraft and feminism, ancient archetypes and instant art to paint a portrait of and offer insight into what the occult means today.

“Satanic feminism, esoteric influences on high fashion and celebrating the darker side of being a woman: just a few things to be spellbound by in biannual magazine Sabat.” – VICE

“Sabat is a wizard of a magazine and it’s such an unexpectedly fantastic concoction. It brings together two interests of mine that I never thought would or could combine; witchy themes found in 90s TV shows like ‘Buffy’ and ‘Charmed’ on the one hand, and crisp design and typography on the other. You wouldn’t expect this combination to work, but it does.” – MAGCULTURE

All three issues available to purchase through our website!

TAMBOURINE is an online platform established for the promotion and distribution of the independent magazine scene. Its aim is to decipher the role of printed matter in contemporary culture, as well as provide its readers with the latest magazine releases, connecting the digital community with the highest quality printed matter goods.

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EATEN

EATEN is a magazine focused on everything food history published three times a year. Each volume contains historic recipes, enlightening gastronomic essays and fascinating tales written by passionate journalists, historians, and gastronomes eager to celebrate the past and present of what we eat.

ISSUE 4

The theme is “Sweet & Sour” and includes M.F.K. Fisher’s 1978 visit to Japan, to write the foreword to Shizuo Tsuji’s book Japanese Cooking: A Simple Art; a history of bitter Seville oranges; a survey of sugar sculpture in Europe from the sixteenth century onward; an investigation into the maritime origins of the whiskey sour.

ISSUE 5

The theme is “Surf&Turf” and includes among others the fight over muskrat eating in Michigan; the saga of a surfer’s cocktail and the foods of survival in the Antarctic, and many other culinary stories from the land, the sea, and everywhere in between.

ISSUE 6

The theme is “Futures Past” and includes among others the laboratories attempting to grow hamburgers; the space foods of Soviet Russia;the sacrificial lambs purported to tell the future, and many other wild and wonderful stories of meals yet to come.

AVAILABLE ALL THREE ISSUES ON OUR ONLINE SHOP.

Frequency – 3 times a year

Format – 19,5 x 24 cm

Pages – 128

Binding – softback

Country – USA / UK

Language – English

SHIPPING INFORMATION

We ship every Thursday from Madrid (Spain) only within Europe. Due to the current situation related to the COVID-19 first shipping is planned for the 14th of May. Depending on where you are, shipping takes anywhere from 3 to 15 business days. For shipping outside of Europe, please contact us before making any purchases.

WHAT’S THE MAGAZINE CLUB?

Print clearly isn’t dead, and we want to prove it: we thought of a space for both magazine-makers and readers to meet in Madrid. The Magazine Club is a platform to understand and get in touch with indie magazines thanks to a program of bimonthly events taking place at Open Design Area. Magazine exhibitions and talks with the editors that stand behind the most exciting international publications are our ingredients to spread some indie culture around. The Magazine Club is born.

TEAM

Margherita Visentini / Paloma Avila / Gema Navarro

CONTACT

Whether you’re interested in our events, you have published a magazine, you wanna support our project or collaborate with us, do not hesitate and drop us a line:

info@themagazineclub.madrid

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TAMBOURINE presents

Borshch Magazine #5

Dimensions
23 x 31cm
Format
Softcover
Edition
First
PVP
16.00€
Editor
Mariana Berezovska
Creative Direction
Mariana Berezovska & Tiago Biscaia
Art Direction
Tiago Biscaia

BORSHCH is a magazine for electronic music on and beyond the dancefloor. Founded in Berlin in 2017, it’s a space to provoke open dialogues and challenge established ideas about making, listening, and dancing to music. Through physical and digital formats, BORSHCH discusses the artistic, social, and political impact of electronic music on contemporary culture in and outside the club settings. The print edition of the magazine is published biannually.

In BORSHCH #5, we enter sweaty basements and concrete cathedrals and explore the culture of darkness born out of protest. In unsettling environments, we embrace the shadows and challenge our senses with obscure electronic music. When do you feel comfortable with your discomfort? What happens when the lights go off, and the only source of illumination you’re left with is blurry haze or an abrupt stroboscopic pulse? Conversation with Deena Abdelwahed, Lucrecia Dalt, and Alessandro Adriani question the ambiguity of ‘dark’ sound and psychological impact of unpolished music. Artist portraits of Animistic Beliefs, Rrose, Klein, Ziúr deconstruct the dark areas where sins, injustice, and disquiet are as human and real as pleasures and joy. This issue of Borshch considers entering the dark as an act of coming home, to the cave where the primary source of life is hidden.

TAMBOURINE is an online platform established for the promotion and distribution of the independent magazine scene. Its aim is to decipher the role of printed matter in contemporary culture, as well as provide its readers with the latest magazine releases, connecting the digital community with the highest quality printed matter goods.

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Revista Balam

Revista Balam N6: MESTIZX

Covers
2
Pages
192
Papers
Ilustración Silk 150 g / Chambril 120 g / Rives Design Bright White 120 g / Opalina Icelite 300 g. Hot Stamping
Year
2020
Size
21x28 cm
Stitched
Binding
ISSN
26840405
Editors
Luis Juárez & Verónica Fieiras
Texts
Johan Mijail (DO) / Inmensidades (AR) / Bbywacha (Identidad Marrón) (AR) / Flora Nómada (Identidad Marrón) (AR)
Design
Lamasburgariotti
Printed in Latin America
Argentina

PHOTOGRAPHERS
Aaron Ricketts (US) / Agostina Valle (AR) / Alessia Rollo (IT) / Alessio Maximilian Schroder (IT) / Alisa Aistova (RU) / Ana Vallejo (CO) / Andres Juarez Troncoso (MX) / Andrea Jarales (ES) / András Polgár (HU) / Andrés Jorgensen (AR) / Ariel Guisarri y Gisela Volá (AR) / Asadur Rahman (BD) / Benjamin Malvicino (AR) / Benjamin Pfau (DE) / Biniam Graffé (DE) / Carlo Rusca (CH) / Carol Espindola (MX) / Charles Park (US) / Daniel Mebarek (BO) / Daniel Rampulla (US) / Diana Puraite (LT) / Diego Moreno (MX) / Diego Nuñez (AR) / Dima Zharov (RU) / Domenico Camarda (IT) / Elea Jeanne Schmitter (FR) / Eliseo Tess (AR) / Eva Casanueva (ES) / Felix Marquez (MX) /Forest Kelley & Jorge Ureña (US) / Foto Estudio Luisita (AR) / Gabriella Achadinha (ZA) / Gloria Oyarzabal (ES) / Gregory Eddi Jones (US) / Harshini Karunaratne (LK) / Helena Roig (ES) / Hernan Kacew (AR) / Ian Lewandowski (US) / Ihar hancharuk (BY) / Isabella Melis (DE) / Jessica Marie Buie (US) / Joel Jimenez (CR) / Jomar Canales Conde (PR) / Juan Brenner (GT) / Julia Albrecht (DE) / Julia Sbriller & Joaquin Wall (AR) / Julieta Pestarino (AR) / Justin Clifford Rhody (US) / Katsu Naito (JP) / Karla Hiraldo Voleau (DO)(FR) / Kenny Lemes (AR) / Koral Carballo (MX) / Laura Born & Matthias Schneck (DE) / Luca Baioni (IT) / Luis Corzo (US) / Macarena Malaga Porris (AR) / Manuel Parra (MX) / Mara Sánchez-Renero (MX) / Marquitos Sanabria (AR) / Maria Sturm (RO) / Mariana Papagni (AR) / Marisol Mendez (BO) / Massimiliano Gatti (IT) / Matias Maroevic (AR) / Max Pinckers & Quinten de Bruyn (BE) / Maximilian Koppernock (DE) / Melba Arellano (MX) / Mia Song (US) / Milan Gies (NL) / Naguel Rivero (AR) / Nelson Morales (MX) / Nikolai Frerichs (DE) / Olga Tzimou (GR) / Orecchie D’Asino (IT) / Pablo Stettler (CH) / Paola Castelli (UY) / Paola Favoino (IT) / Paula Rae Gibson (GB) / Paz Errázuriz (CL) / Pilar Ordoqui (AR) / Quinceañera Archives by Samantha Cabrera Friend (US) / Raquel Bravo Iglesias (ES) / Robin Alysha Clemens (NL) / Samuel Zakuto (IL) / Sandra Gramm (DE) / Sebastian Gherre (CL) / Sebastián Alejandro Gallo (AR) / Selina Mayer (GB) / Shaun Lucas (US) / Shelli Weiler (US) / Simon Lehner (AT) / Sofía Finkel (AR) / Stanislava Novgorodtseva (RU) / Sunil Gupta (IN) / Tenayah Bowmer (AU) / Teresa Eng (CA) / Thales Pessoa (BR) / Tim Stürze (DE) / Veteranas and Rucas by Guadalupe Rosales (US) /Violeta Capasso (AR) / Yağız Yeşilkaya (TR)

 

Revista Balam is an independent contemporary photography magazine based in Buenos Aires, Argentina that shows images of emerging and established artists from Latin America and the rest of the world. It speaks issues related to minorities and dissent through its open call. Presenting here its latest issue N6 under the theme of MESTIZX. In this issue we come to expose the collective call of more than 100 authors from different parts of the world who explore, through their eyes, the advance of stocks in various political, social and cultural contexts of a world dominated and repressed by the heterosexual norm. We metaphorically reinvent the concept of MESTIZX from taking our bodies as a field and witness to the struggle and visibility of our decisions and ways of being, acting and loving. Photographers who cross borders to build and deconstruct the future panorama of photography.

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MATTO

MATTO is a biannual Paris based magazine that seeks 
to escape definition. Instead, it remains in a constant state of experimentation, fluidly combining art, photography, literature, fashion, music and sex.

ISSUE 1

Features artists and creators such as Araki Nobuyoshi, Masaho Anotani, Metasitu, Chris Kontos, Nina Christen, Maria Fusco, Harsh Parekh, Claire Cottrell, Claire Barclay, Sakiko Nomura, Metahaven, Makoto Orui, Marlene Huissoud, Ana Kras, Anja Cronberg, Alice Schillaci, Jennifer Cunningham, Theseus Chan.

ISSUE 2

Features artists and creators such as Daisuke Yokota, Paul Kooiker, Daido Moriyama, Amie Siegel, Olivier Saillard, Marc Hundley, Anicka Yi, Alex Foxton, Rosemarie Auberson, Lexie Smith, Richard Prince, Sandra Vasquez De La Horra, Trisha Baga, Kristen Wentrcek And Andrew Zebulon , Sarah Lucas.

ISSUE 3

It took from Jonas Mekas the sentence “We do not need perfection! We need nervous breakdowns!” as a sort of tagline. Besides a literary feature on Mekas, it features Berlin-based Thomas Hauser on the cover, a conversation with fashion designer Kostas Murkudis, a personal photo series by Swedish JH Engström, Toledano and his Fetish Mag For Sale among many others.

AVAILABLE ALL THREE ISSUES ON OUR ONLINE SHOP.

Frequency – Biannual

Format – 27 x 20 cm

Pages – 184

Binding – softback

Country – France

Language – English / sometimes French

 

SHIPPING INFORMATION

We ship every Thursday from Madrid (Spain) only within Europe. Due to the current situation related to the COVID-19 first shipping is planned for the 14th of May. Depending on where you are, shipping takes anywhere from 3 to 15 business days. For shipping outside of Europe, please contact us before making any purchases.

WHAT’S THE MAGAZINE CLUB?

Print clearly isn’t dead, and we want to prove it: we thought of a space for both magazine-makers and readers to meet in Madrid. The Magazine Club is a platform to understand and get in touch with indie magazines thanks to a program of bimonthly events taking place at Open Design Area. Magazine exhibitions and talks with the editors that stand behind the most exciting international publications are our ingredients to spread some indie culture around. The Magazine Club is born.

TEAM

Margherita Visentini / Paloma Avila / Gema Navarro

CONTACT

Whether you’re interested in our events, you have published a magazine, you wanna support our project or collaborate with us, do not hesitate and drop us a line:

info@themagazineclub.madrid

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Pablo Lafuente

Concreta 16 / Desde otras palabras

Para los Kaingang, synuin es algo bonito, es decir, algo que puede percibirse como bonito por la persona que lo recibe. Dzeeka en Baniwa se refiere a saber hacer, a algo que alguien puede hacer como resultado de una evolución de saber, aprendido de los más ancianos y que solo puede ser hecho por humanos. Ziapohaw, para los Guajajara, identifica el acto de hacer, provocar, crear, resolver. Mevi-revosh-showima-awe en Marubo es un trabajo hecho con la punta de los dedos. Yaimyxop, para los Tikmu’um o Maxakali, es un esfuerzo estético que produce eventos espirituales, constituidos por música y cantos, y con la presencia de personas-espíritu. Tembiapo, en Guaraní, es una práctica de hacer conectada con el arte y la memoria.

A veces no hay palabras para una práctica, porque esa práctica no existe, o no lo hace del mismo modo. Puede materializarse de modos similares a otra con ese nombre, hasta puede parecer que, por un momento, es la misma práctica.

Sin embargo, si la acompañamos durante el tiempo suficiente, o la consideramos en su complejidad, en su alcance e implicaciones, ese encuentro puede parecer apenas una coincidencia o, simplemente, irrelevante. Pero aún así, insistimos…

La palabra arte es persistente, sorprendentemente efectiva en su habilidad de atraer la atención, afectar procesos y motivar agencias. También en provocar irritación y hastío, principalmente por su obcecada voluntad de expansión, su espíritu colonial de crecimiento e incorporación.

En tiempos recientes, el arte y su sistema en Brasil volvieron su atención a los pueblos indígenas y sus producciones. No tanto a sus realidades o preocupaciones, sus demandas o incomodidades, sino a los objetos e imágenes que algunos de ellos producen, así como a ciertas narrativas y valores que su presencia evoca e invoca. «Arte indígena» se convirtió en un asunto, seguido, lentamente al comienzo, por «artistas indígenas» y, aún hoy incipientemente, «curadores indígenas». Ocupaciones y preocupaciones necesarias, deseadas e inevitables, que revelan un encuentro que puede ser celebrado, pero que no debe ser tomado como resuelto o definitivo.

Este número de Concreta intenta acercarse a algunos puntos de ese encuentro y, aún con mayor énfasis, caminar hacia otros lugares en los que las trayectorias se bifurcan y apuntan a un exceso: un exceso que es tan, o más relevante, que los encuentros. Para traer aquí esos acercamientos, invitamos a personas que los realizan profesional y vitalmente en diferentes territorios de América Latina y España. La mayoría en Brasil, el territorio en el que vivo hace aproximadamente ocho años, pero también en Bolivia, Chile, México y Guatemala: países en los que un proceso colonial de más de quinientos años no consiguió eliminar impulsos y prácticas de creación y recreación tan o más persistentes que esa palabra con la que comenzamos.

Desde plataformas institucionales o de gestión autónoma, desde posiciones colectivas o aproximaciones individuales alimentadas por la tradición, indígenas y no indígenas, las personas que contribuyen a este número muestran en su trabajo y vida voluntad de contacto, sin necesidad de suponer una autonomía que salvaguarde la práctica. Es difícil ofrecer una síntesis, tal vez porque no se trata de llegar a un común sino a una abertura. Tal vez el único común posible aquí sea una pregunta que sirva de comienzo, que fuerce un ejercicio, que demande una reflexión con consecuencias sobre las estructuras: para que ese contacto acontezca de una manera que el arte y sus sistemas no subsuman, agoten o desanimen las prácticas que procura encontrar. ¿Qué debería cambiar en ese sistema? ¿Qué métodos, palabras, suposiciones, actitudes y deseos precisan mudar para que el encuentro no sea, de nuevo, abusivo y violento, para que no sirva solo a una parte?

Las historias, imágenes, narraciones y perspectivas que siguen no son instrucciones. Sin embargo, contienen herramientas y ejemplos, impulsos y visiones que nos apuntan hacia algunas respuestas.

 

Pablo Lafuente (Santurtzi, 1976). Escritor, editor y comisario de arte que vive en Río de Janeiro. Fue cocurador da 31a Bienal de São Paulo (2014), del proyecto de investigación y exposición Zarigüeya / Alabado Contemporáneo (Museo de Arte Precolombino Casa del Alabado, Quito, 2015-20), de las exposiciones Dja Guata Porã : Rio de Janeiro Indígena (Museu de Arte do Rio, Río de Janeiro, 2017-18) y Sawé : Liderança Indígena e a Luta pelo Território (Sesc Ipiranga, São Paulo, programada para 2021). Fue coordinador del Programa CCBB Educativo en el CCBB, Rio de Janeiro (2018-20) y, desde septiembre de 2020 es director artístico del Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro (MAM Rio) junto con Keyna Eleison.

 

Idioma: Español
Páginas: 338
ISSN:2254-9757
Tamaño: 230 x 150 mm
Edición: 1500 copias
Año: 2020

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Carcy #4

Frequency
Biannual
Format
28 x 38 cm
Pages
132
Binding
Softback
Language
English

Lust at large – A reference to undressing and stepping out of societal norms, Carcy magazine is a large format journal focusing on the topic and representation of eroticism following its tagline Lust at large. Carcy, a biannual magazine with a timeless allure, comes with a sophisticated, minimalist aesthetic and a penchant for vintage, high-end quality photography and portraiture. Visually, it draws on the history of the photography and narrative process of cinema. This lustful fashion magazine is about people and their link between something both intimate and universal, ancient acts constantly redefined by new norms and rules.

For Stephane Carcy, creative director and editor-in-chief, photography is truth, and all the artists he likes and, in a way or another, end up in his publication—in the form of inspiration— are all related to images, like Pina Bausch, Christian Boltanski or Jean-Luc Godard. Throughout century all human beings articulate freedom via carnal expression and this is what Carcy wants to celebrate.

Edited by Stephane Carcy. Issue 4 features Edwina Preston on the cover, shot by Amit Israeli.

 

SHIPPING INFORMATION

We ship every Thursday from Madrid (Spain) only within Europe. Due to the current situation related to the COVID-19 first shipping is planned for the 14th of May. Depending on where you are, shipping takes anywhere from 3 to 15 business days. For shipping outside of Europe, please contact us before making any purchases.

WHAT’S THE MAGAZINE CLUB?

Print clearly isn’t dead, and we want to prove it: we thought of a space for both magazine-makers and readers to meet in Madrid. The Magazine Club is a platform to understand and get in touch with indie magazines thanks to a program of bimonthly events taking place at Open Design Area. Magazine exhibitions and talks with the editors that stand behind the most exciting international publications are our ingredients to spread some indie culture around. The Magazine Club is born.

TEAM

Margherita Visentini / Paloma Avila / Gema Navarro

CONTACT

Whether you’re interested in our events, you have published a magazine, you wanna support our project or collaborate with us, do not hesitate and drop us a line:

info@themagazineclub.madrid

TAMBOURINE presents

Sistaaz of the Castle

Dimensions
25 x 29cm
Format
Softcover
Pages
152
Edition
First
PVP
23.00€
Publisher
Art Paper Editions
Editors
Gerda van de Glind, Jan Hoek, Duran Lantink & SistaazHood
Designer
Merel van der Berg

Jan Hoek, fashion designer Duran Lantink and trans sex worker organisation SistaazHood present ‘Sistaaz of the Castle’, published by Art Paper Editions, an ongoing project about the colorful looks and lives of transgender sex workers that roam the streets of Cape Town, South Africa.

Most of the girls are homeless, living under a bridge near Cape Town’s castle. The Sistaaz are eager activists, proud to be trans, proud to be a sex worker, and even prouder of their stunning sense of style. And they want it to be acknowledged.

A series of photographs and a fashion collection based on the girls’ appearance and their ability to turn whatever they find into the most exuberant outfits was created. This has already resulted in a fashion show at Amsterdam Fashion Week (a show in Cape Town in still on the wish list) and a photo exhibition in Foam Amsterdam.

TAMBOURINE is an online platform established for the promotion and distribution of the independent magazine scene. Its aim is to decipher the role of printed matter in contemporary culture, as well as provide its readers with the latest magazine releases, connecting the digital community with the highest quality printed matter goods.