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We are delighted to announce the release of KALEIDOSCOPEs newIssue #28(Fall 2016), introducing a new editorial structure withMyriam Ben Salah as new Editor-in-Chief andAlessio Ascarishifting to the role of Publisher and Creative Director. This kickoff issue, launching in London during Frieze Week, comes with a set of two stunning covers. One features American sensationJordan Wolfson, who is also the subject of our extensiveMONOsection (with an original photo shoot byJason Nocito). Swinging between ambition and ambiguity, Wolfsons production has been consistently thought provoking for over a decade and is about to be celebrated by a career-defining exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. For this occasion, Jordan talks here at length with the Stedelijks director,Beatrix Ruf, while KALEIDOSCOPEs New York editorAlexander Shulandiscusses his arcane mixture of absurd humor, spectacle and desire, channeling a dark strain in American culture. The second, limited-edition cover—printed in 500 copies coming soon only to select stores—features an unpublished image by iconic NY photographerAri Marcopoulos. Showing a detail from David Hammons New York studio door, the shot is a powerful hint to a current state of urgency.As best exemplified by Marcopoulos series, theVISIONSsection is becoming more and more of a site for radical, specially-commissioned contributions by artists and creators who shape and disturb our visual landscape. These include a visual dialogue between filmmakerKahlil Josephand photographerDeana Lawson; a tribute to French designerPierre Paulincreated by singular polymathShawn Maximo(text byJulia Trotta); an interview with fashion designerNhu Duong(byChristie Chu) accompanied by an original photo shoot byIlya Lipkin; and more outstanding contributions by artistsDarja BajagiÄ?,Georgi & Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili,Korakrit Arunanondchai(text byCarol Yinghua Lu), andJulie Verhoeven(interview byFrancesca Gavin). In the opening section ofHIGHLIGHTS, 12 profiles account for the best of the season:Katja Novitskova(bySamuel Leuenberger),Tamara Henderson(byJesse McKee),Jeffrey Joyal(byMaxwell Smith-Holmes),Donna Huanca(byGerardo Contreras),Metrograph(byChristopher Schreck),Camille Blatrix(byRuba Katrib),Kelly Akashi(byFranklin Melendez),Bury Me With The Lo On(byBonz Malone),Iiu Susiraja(byGeorge Vasey),K.r.m. Mooney(byJeanne Gerrity),Venus Lau(byDaniel Ho), andStuart Middleton(byMatt Williams). Following an ongoing and quite personal research project, new Editor-in-ChiefMyriam Ben Salahedits this issuesMAIN THEMEsurvey dedicated to the subject ofDisorientalism, or the deconstruction of a preconceived Middle-Eastern aesthetic. Featuring a generation of artists using alternative narratives and a new visual language to challenge the questions of representation of the region and the expectations placed upon their production, this section is comprised of two interviews, with artistsSophia Al-Maria(byAsad Raza) andMeriem Bennani(byMartha Kirszenbaum); two essays,ArabPop(byAndrew Hammond) andMedya(byHito Steyerl); the case study of influential magazine/collectiveBidoun(byMyriam Ben Salah); and a round table of young artists and practitioners, includingSlavs & Tatars,Fatima Al QadiriandTala Madani. The coming issues will witness the arrival of new voices inour closing section ofREGULARS, starting here with New York-based curatorPiper Marshall, whos joined the ranksfor some much-needed “Cheap Talk,” andAlessio Ascari,probing the blurred lines of the visual reign in a new series entitled “Visualize.” For our ongoing columns,Fredi Fischli and Niels Olsentalk to conceptual photographerChristopher Williamsas part of the “Pioneers” series; in “Futura 89+,”Hans Ulrich ObristandSimon Castets(withKatherine Dionysius) interview young artistJasper Spicero;Jeffrey Deitch remembers punk legendAlan Vegain his “Renaissance Man” column;Fiona Duncanmeditates onAlexa Karolinskiand Ingo NiermannsArmy of Loveas part of “Pro/Creative”; and lastly, in “Whats Next,” we look forward to the season with Kickstarters Director of ArtsVictoria Rogers.

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We are delighted to announce the release of KALEIDOSCOPEs newIssue #28(Fall 2016), introducing a new editorial structure withMyriam Ben Salah as new Editor-in-Chief andAlessio Ascarishifting to the role of Publisher and Creative Director. This kickoff issue, launching in London during Frieze Week, comes with a set of two stunning covers. One features American sensationJordan Wolfson, who is also the subject of our extensiveMONOsection (with an original photo shoot byJason Nocito). Swinging between ambition and ambiguity, Wolfsons production has been consistently thought provoking for over a decade and is about to be celebrated by a career-defining exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. For this occasion, Jordan talks here at length with the Stedelijks director,Beatrix Ruf, while KALEIDOSCOPEs New York editorAlexander Shulandiscusses his arcane mixture of absurd humor, spectacle and desire, channeling a dark strain in American culture. The second, limited-edition cover—printed in 500 copies coming soon only to select stores—features an unpublished image by iconic NY photographerAri Marcopoulos. Showing a detail from David Hammons New York studio door, the shot is a powerful hint to a current state of urgency.As best exemplified by Marcopoulos series, theVISIONSsection is becoming more and more of a site for radical, specially-commissioned contributions by artists and creators who shape and disturb our visual landscape. These include a visual dialogue between filmmakerKahlil Josephand photographerDeana Lawson; a tribute to French designerPierre Paulincreated by singular polymathShawn Maximo(text byJulia Trotta); an interview with fashion designerNhu Duong(byChristie Chu) accompanied by an original photo shoot byIlya Lipkin; and more outstanding contributions by artistsDarja BajagiÄ?,Georgi & Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili,Korakrit Arunanondchai(text byCarol Yinghua Lu), andJulie Verhoeven(interview byFrancesca Gavin). In the opening section ofHIGHLIGHTS, 12 profiles account for the best of the season:Katja Novitskova(bySamuel Leuenberger),Tamara Henderson(byJesse McKee),Jeffrey Joyal(byMaxwell Smith-Holmes),Donna Huanca(byGerardo Contreras),Metrograph(byChristopher Schreck),Camille Blatrix(byRuba Katrib),Kelly Akashi(byFranklin Melendez),Bury Me With The Lo On(byBonz Malone),Iiu Susiraja(byGeorge Vasey),K.r.m. Mooney(byJeanne Gerrity),Venus Lau(byDaniel Ho), andStuart Middleton(byMatt Williams). Following an ongoing and quite personal research project, new Editor-in-ChiefMyriam Ben Salahedits this issuesMAIN THEMEsurvey dedicated to the subject ofDisorientalism, or the deconstruction of a preconceived Middle-Eastern aesthetic. Featuring a generation of artists using alternative narratives and a new visual language to challenge the questions of representation of the region and the expectations placed upon their production, this section is comprised of two interviews, with artistsSophia Al-Maria(byAsad Raza) andMeriem Bennani(byMartha Kirszenbaum); two essays,ArabPop(byAndrew Hammond) andMedya(byHito Steyerl); the case study of influential magazine/collectiveBidoun(byMyriam Ben Salah); and a round table of young artists and practitioners, includingSlavs & Tatars,Fatima Al QadiriandTala Madani. The coming issues will witness the arrival of new voices inour closing section ofREGULARS, starting here with New York-based curatorPiper Marshall, whos joined the ranksfor some much-needed “Cheap Talk,” andAlessio Ascari,probing the blurred lines of the visual reign in a new series entitled “Visualize.” For our ongoing columns,Fredi Fischli and Niels Olsentalk to conceptual photographerChristopher Williamsas part of the “Pioneers” series; in “Futura 89+,”Hans Ulrich ObristandSimon Castets(withKatherine Dionysius) interview young artistJasper Spicero;Jeffrey Deitch remembers punk legendAlan Vegain his “Renaissance Man” column;Fiona Duncanmeditates onAlexa Karolinskiand Ingo NiermannsArmy of Loveas part of “Pro/Creative”; and lastly, in “Whats Next,” we look forward to the season with Kickstarters Director of ArtsVictoria Rogers.

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Italy: Free shipping over 150€
Europe: Free shipping over 200€
North America & Canada: Free shipping over 300€
Rest of the World Group A: Free shipping over 400€
Rest of the World Group B: 40€

Returns

If you are not happy with your purchase for any reason, we will accept your return within 14 days. 

For full details on shipping and returns see our customer care page.