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    Apartamento #33

    Issue #32 Autumn / Winter 2023-24 Featuring: Marianna Rothen, Nona Gaprindashvili, Deanna & Ed Templeton, King Krule, Anthea Hamilton, John Divola, Wayne Ngan, Ruby Neri, Not Vital, Akwaeke Emezi, Louise Bonnet & Adam Silverman, Vincent Darré, Jago Rackham & Lowena Hearn, and Tom of Finland. Plus: Kazuo Shinohara’s House with an Earthen Floor, ‘Commonwealth’, a short story by Bryan Washington, and texts by Rafram Chaddad (tr. Joanna Chen), Emily Balistrieri, Victoria Cirlot, Leeor Ohayon, Danyel Smith, Eva Baltasar (tr. Julia Sanches), Estelle Hoy, and Gerardo Sámano Córdova. Apartamento is widely recognised as today’s most influential, inspiring, and honest interiors magazine. International, well designed, simply written, and tastefully curated since 2008, it is an indispensable resource for individuals who are passionate about the way they live. The publication is published biannually from its headquarters in Barcelona. It also has offices in New York, Milan and Berlin.
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    Sofia Coppola Archive

    Archive is the first book by Sofia Coppola, covering the entirety of her singular and influential career in film. Constructed from Coppola’s personal collection of photographs and ephemera, including early development work, reference collages, influences, annotated scripts, and unseen behind-the-scenes documentation, it offers a detailed account of all eight of her films to date. Mapping a course from The Virgin Suicides (1999), through Lost in Translation (2003) and Marie Antoinette (2006), to The Beguiled (2017) and her upcoming feature Priscilla (fall 2023), exploring Priscilla Presley’s early years at Graceland, this luxurious volume reflects on one of the defining and most unmistakable cinematic oeuvres of the twenty-first century. An art book personally edited and annotated throughout by Coppola, Archive offers an intimate encounter with her methods, references, and collaborators and an unprecedented insight into her working processes. Accompanying the highly personal images and texts from Coppola’s archive is an extended interview with renowned film journalist Lynn Hirschberg discussing the remarkable oeuvre they reflect. Designed by Joseph Logan and Anamaria Morris Lynn Hirschberg is the editor-at-large at W magazine. She had the same role at The New York Times Magazine and New York Magazine. She was a contributing editor/writer at Rolling Stone and Vanity Fair. Her Emmy nominated video series, the Screen Tests, have won two webbies. She lives in New York City. Paperback with embossed jacket 21.6 x 28cm, 488 pages
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    Gentlewoman no. 29

    230 x 300 mm, 328 pages London & Amsterdam (English language) Biannual Editor-in-chief: Penny Martin Art director: Merel van den Berg The Spring/Summer 2024 issue of The Gentlewoman stars US actor/comedian Julia Louis-Dreyfus, shot by Inez and Vinoodh, styled by Paul Sinclaire, and interviewed by Seb Emina. Also inside, meet chef Angela Hartnett, popstars Bananarama, musician Brittany Howard, casting director Julia Lange, novelist Sayaka Murata and movie star Geena Davis. Plus earplugs! Creepies! (stools). Solo travel! All punctuated by a series of ‘cold things’ shot by Scheltens & Abbenes
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    Gentlewoman no.26

    230 x 300 mm, 314 pages London & Amsterdam (English language) Biannual Editor-in-chief: Penny Martin Art director: Merel van den Berg The Autumn/Winter issue of The Gentlewoman is here, starring musician Chaka Khan framed by a rich plum on the cover. Plus, inside: Maggi Hambling, Alia Shawkat, Oriole Cullen and Lydia Ko interviewed, together with an essential oral history of the groundbreaking seventies women’s press Virago.
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    The Plant Magazine

    Inside the new Plant Magazine - a sit down with Emanuele Coccia in Paris to talk about plants, ecology, chaos and urban renewal, a series of gorgeous illustrated fruit adventures from Amelie Von Wuffen, a walk of life with British designer Margaret Howell, some thoughts on the landscapes of American photographer and activist Nan Goldin, and a profile on French artist Jean Dubuffet. This bi-annual publication presents all things botanical in a neat, curious and accessible way. Featuring not just plants themselves, it expands its focus to look at the work of people who love or are inspired by them. Size: 230 x 300mm / Pages: 207 — About The Plant: Twining from botanical roots through the fields of photography, art, fashion, food, ecology and horticulture, The Plant is a fresh view onto the growing world. A celebration of magnificent, modest, exotic and everyday plants, and the creative enterprises they inspire. The Plant first blossomed as a biannual magazine in 2011, announcing itself as ‘a curious observer of ordinary plants and other greenery.’ Since that first issue, the magazine has commissioned special artist projects, photography portfolios, creative writing and reportage from established and emerging talents around the world. Offering beauty, scent, shade and sweetness, shelter, nourishment and warmth, The Plant is magazine as pleasure garden, promising something unexpected at every turn.
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