Issue : 7
In No. 7, Rebecca Warren, in a rare interview, time travels between Degas’s dancers and sci-fi comix, and lands in a present that has finally caught up with her. We announce painting’s new Prince of Paris, Pol Taburet. And John Currin reveals the true depth, over 20 pages, of his controversial “Memorial” series: we have it all, almost live and in 3D.
Other highlights include Andy Robert talking with Thelma Golden; a fashion editorial by Marie Chaix and Oliver Hadlee Pearch; Jon Rafman speaking on the internet, mobs, and exile; the Peruvian painter Sara Flores wedding the visual and healing arts; Balkrishna Doshi on architecture as storytelling; the Utrecht Caravaggisti running riot in Rome; and the Parisian apartment of Chilean surrealist Matta captured by François Halard.