• Issue 31 Elephant Magazine

    Established in 2009, Elephant is a quarterly magazine on contemporary art and visual culture. In this issue, the magazine look around the world to find the artists who are redefining gender for the twenty-first century and, in many cases, doing away with such definitions altogether. Chinese photographer Ren Hang, who tragically died in February, is central to the investigation as the magazine trace his journey beyond gender to capture a world of giddy, boundary-defying freedom. “Genders can be attached and detached from the body. Like dildos, you can have many,” according to US artist A.L. Steiner. In Ghana the magazine speaks to Eric Gyamfi, whose work investigates universal concepts of gender but is strongly rooted in the local, while in Japan they meet Yoshiko Shimada, one of the first artists there to use the f-word—feminism and much more.

    Price DKK 159,00
    ~EUR 21,00
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