032c
Issue 37

In 032c Issue #37, they publish BLACK HOLE CATALOG, a 40-page dossier by INTERIORS AGENCY that offers survival strategies and coping mechanisms for life in THE NEW INTERIOR: the crisis-ridden planetary environment we inhabit today. Dior’s leading man KIM JONES leads photographer JACKIE NICKERSON and writer JACK SELF on a tour of his new ultra-brutalist digs in London – and flaunts his collector chops. A TRIP TO JAMAICA takes us into the inner world of the pope of dub, LEE “SCRATCH” PERRY. Inside his New York studio, artist TOM SACHS sips (and spills) tea with Uniqlo’s JOHN C JAY. India's prize-winning modernist BALKRISHNA DOSHI rejects private property, and architects stunning public housing and institutions instead. Tokyo's perennially rebellious JUN TAKAHASHI finds authenticity in pop culture for UNDERCOVER. Painter THOMAS SCHEIBITZ faces off with Picasso in Berlin.  

 Meanwhile, PIERRE-ANGE CARLOTTI directs a trilogy of Parisian stories across the city's design ateliers and hôtel particuliers, chronicling a season in fashion through the eyes of leading ladies ANJA RUBIK, SHAY, KEMBRA PFAHLER, MICHÈLE LAMY, and LAETITIA CASTA.
 
 
PLUS: Société de 032c presents WORKING AND NOT WORKING with musician Blood Orange and OAMC creative director Luke Meier, Los Angeles legend Eva Chow, the boys of the Berlin skate hub Civilist, London’s radical curator Stefan Kalmár, the Moscow concept retailer Olga Karput, GQ editor-in-chief Will Welch, touring R&B crooner Miguel, Brooklyn bricoleur Nicole McLaughlin, and philosopher of horror Eugene Thacker. And finally, we dive into our favorite books of the season for BERLIN REVIEW.
 
Specifications - Softcover.
 
Please note: covers will be shipped out randomly. 
 
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Issue 34
Kinfolk Magazine

Intimacy is what distinguishes those who are dear to us from those who are simply near. This issue of Kinfolk explores the balance between our contradictory cravings for both secure and stable relationships and the freedom to follow our hearts, our sexual desires, and our need to be whole without the help of another. We take psychotherapist Esther Perel as our lodestar. It’s a role she’s played for the clients at her New York practice and for millions of others through her books and the podcast Where Should We Begin, which offers the chance to listen in on anonymous couples during therapy sessions. Perel’s approach has always been to challenge the fundamental contradictions in how we think about romantic intimacy: Is it really feasible to expect one person to fulfill our every need—for the rest of our life?

In Issue Thirty-Four, we experience the thrill of people and places spilling their secrets. Amaryllis Fox—an ex-CIA spy who spent her 20s negotiating in some of the world’s most dangerous conflict zones—cracks open the mysteries of the Clandestine Service, and what they’ve taught her about peace. We also present the result of our own months-long international operation: To gain access to an art deco royal palace in Gujurat, India. As the nights close in, our contributors look beyond this world and into other more mysterious ones: They mull over the popularity of horoscopes and what to eat at funerals. Elsewhere, a photo essay by Gustav Almestål explores the solitary indulgence of comfort foods, so tied to our most intimate of spaces—our homes—and so appealing during break ups.

Specifications - 192 pages, offset-printed and perfect bound, full color on uncoated and coated paper. Printed in Canada and United Kingdom.

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