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16 Feb 2010

Kaleidoscope February-March Issue Out Now

Kaleidoscope Cover February-March issue

Kaleidoscope February-March Issue


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Kaleidoscope February-March Issue Out Now


Omer Fast
by Nav Haq; COVER STORY: Aaron Curry by Richard Hawkins; FUTURA: Markus Miessen by Hans Ulrich Obrist; ENIGMA No.5 by Christian Frosi; PIONEERS: Robert Breer by Simone Menegoi; Marlo Pascual by Gianni Jetzer; EXCURSUS #2 by Zak Kyes; Vandasye by Leah Whitman-Salkin; PANORAMA: Utrecht by Michele D'Aurizio; Marte Eknæs by Melissa Gronlund; ON EXHIBITIONS: The AIDS Timeline by Paola Nicolin; Erik Bell & Kristoffer Frick by Vanessa Joan Müller; MAPPING THE STUDIO: Ryan Gander by Luca Cerizza; LAST QUESTION by Slavs & Tatars.

MAIN THEME: On Language as Violence. Edited by Brad Butler & Karen Mirza. About the Title by Edit Molnár; On Language as Violence by Brad Butler; special project by Brad Butler & Karen Mirza; The Obsolescence of the Arrow Maker by Nick Davies.

KALEIDOSCOPIC FILES: The Architectural Brain
by Edwin Gardner (Architecture), Learning Webs by Yann Chateigné Tytelman (Art), Italy: The New Domestic Landscape by Andreas Angelidakis (Design), Style Boutique by Matteo Bordone (Fashion), Christoph Hochhäusler by Kai von Rabenau (Film), Stephen King by Massimo Gardella (Literature), The Orient Express by Arash Saedinia (Music), Banu Cennetoglu by Sylvia Kouvali (People), Dexter Sinister by Philip Aarons (Publishing), Anchor and Hope by Gavin Everall (Spot).

MONO: Armando Andrade Tudela. Interview
by Francesco Manacorda; Field Film by Sigfrida Letal; focus on the series Esquinas/Corners by John Slyce.

Magazine supplement:
a booklet on Susan Philipsz’s project for the IHME Days, in collaboration with Pro Arte Foundation, Helsinki.

The February-March issue will also be available at the Art Dubai fair.

Kaleidoscope is the first European free magazine of contemporary art and culture, a bimonthly publication with a circulation of more than 70,000 copies distributed across an international network of 25 countries at a total of 400 points of distribution, to an audience of up to 300,000 readers.

Kaleidoscope’s initiatives include a project space, located in our headquarters in Milan and animated by a rigorous and highly selective program. The space features an extensive stock of international art, architecture, design and fashion magazines available to browse or buy, as well as exhibition projects: Jos De Gruyter & Harald Thys (May-June 2009), Salvatore Arancio (September-October 2009), The Gutenberg Pavilion – Episode 1: Book Works (November-December 2009).
The upcoming exhibition will be Architecture and Its Discontents, a film program curated by Adam Szymczyk. Addressing the present urban condition and reality of the built environment, contemporary artists mine the promises and conflicted legacy of the mythos of modern architecture (March 4-7, 2010).

Moreover, Kaleidoscope Press is proud to announce the publication of the new titles: Raphaël Zarka “Rhombus Sectus”; Meris Angioletti “I Describe the Way and Meanwhile I Am Proceeding Along It”; Francesco Vezzoli “Contro Vezzoli”; Farid Rahimi.
Upcoming titles: “Che cosa sono le nuvole? Artworks from the Enea Righi Collection”; Sean Snyder “Index”.

Last but not least: check out our new website featuring exclusive contents as well as blogs by Barbara Casavecchia, Carson Chan, Zak Kyes, Markus Miessen, Alessandro Rabottini, Francesco Tenaglia and the Kaleidoscope Team.

Asso S.r.l.
Galleria Buenos Aires, 10
20124 Milan, Italy
TEL +39 02 365 355 63
FAX +39 02 365 361 17