Edicola soon to hit stands.NEW
The Milan based digital agency named ‘nss’ has just launched a new independent magazine-book fusion purely for contemporary photography. The new project will be called ‘Edicola’. The creators says the project is based around ‘beauty’ and what beauty entails in this contemporary age of photography. To get a better idea of what this actually means, one of the creators stated they ‘... are on a utopical search for objective beauty’. The new contemporary photography magazine will be available only in print, a daring moving in a digital world. But the creators state with confidence that this will attract a dedicated audience. ‘Edicola’ will mix photography and fashion narratives, collectively chosen by their dedicated team of researchers, directors and photo editors. Edicola is available online, at Galleria Carla Sozzani in Milan, Ofr. in Paris, and The Store in Berlin....
Yayoi Kusama has reached intense heights of fame in her lifetime, proving herself to be one the most creative eccentrics of her generation. Her works are spectacles of geometry and color producing a joyful display of the fantastical. These works have become mecca’s for instagramers, and not surprisingly so, because they are profoundly aesthetic sites. This being said, Londoners are in luck. A new ‘Infinity Mirror’ is opening in London at the Victoria Miro Gallery. The piece entitled ‘ The Moving Moment When I Went to the Universe’ will be available for the public until December 21st....
New York New York.VERTICAL
Evelyn Hofer was a German-American portrait and documentary photographer. The cityscapes of New York, played a pivotal role in her artistic development. The impressive architecture of the city, and a wide range of characters are the subject of her photographs. A new book releasing unseen photographs of Evelyn Hofer’s work in New York from the 60’s and 70’s is now officially being released.
Evelyn Hofer: New York is available from Steidl.
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