If you're keen to discover new talent or want to gain a fresh perspective on contemporary culture, then this is the perfect arts magazine for you.
It's packed full of engaging content, including regular insights into the work of up and coming contemporary artists, complete with compelling debate surrounding the future of the art scene. This magazine explores the worlds of music, film, theatre and literature, providing you with an insight into all of the most on-trend developments.
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One of the key elements in this issue is the diversity of materials that artists are using to make new works. For example, in The Future of Fashion is Now, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen is considering the convergence of fashion and art. This has been explored before, but the museum is looking at the next generation of designers who are playing with form and construction. Much in the same way, Lee Boroson’s Plastic Fantastic show uses scale to uncover the inner and outer-self while renowned artist Olafur Eliasson constructs a new world within the gallery space, which challenges expectations of the man-made and the natural.
In photography we look at work from Stephen Shore, Barry Cawston and Richard Tuschman. Warp Films’s latest release ’71 looks at historical events in Belfast in the early 1970s while Ida, by Pawel Pawlikowski, looks at the definitions of identity. Materials can engage the ordinary and transform it into something spectacular.
This issue celebrates materiality and highlights some of the best practitioners in the world who currently imbue this notion.
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