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Gloved Hands & Digitized Countertops: A Meditation on Homecare Aesthetics

Archival Aesthetics: Environment and Image is an image-based investigative project by Reese Riley. Envisioned as a twelve-part series, each epoch consists of a categorical Facebook group that aims to disentangle a sphere of meaning in order to find all that is intrinsic to it. Along with Riley, Gərgő Kovács, David Marinos, and Kyle Joseph have put together a special commission of images for …
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Why HANS FEURER Is Still the Master of Outdoor Fashion Photography

#032cBOOKCLUB: A traveler, hunter, and fisherman, HANS FEURER (Swiss, b. 1939) likes to capture anything that moves: models (mostly women) who “smell, are warm, and alive,” scarves moulded to bodies by strong wind, sweat moving down skin, dust stirred by horses and a shepherd staff, melting glaciers, tassels dangling over the groin, or toothpaste frothing from the mouth.
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The CHERMAYEFF Century

For the newest wave of cultural observers, the name CHERMAYEFF may not mean much. But to flip through the hidebound epic of their collective lives, is to realize the depths of their influence in the world of architecture and design. Their tale has been spinning out for more than a century.
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“So, what if there’s no tomorrow? There wasn’t one today”: Calvin Klein Jeans and mytheresa.com Reissue 90s Classics

Calvin Klein Jeans and luxury e-commerce site mytheresa.com have relaunched the brand’s 1990s classics, including T-shirts, overalls, sweatshirts, and jean jackets. These were more than just standard casual-wear pieces—they characterised the visual universe created by photographer Herb Ritts and starring Kate Moss and Mark Wahlberg. They epitomised both heroine-chic minimalism and sporty …
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Artist TOBIAS REHBERGER Dazzles War History on the River Thames

Artist TOBIAS REHBERGER often explores whether a work must be seen in order to exist, and how possible it is to see at all when all our senses are over-stimulated. Earlier this week, Rehberger, who’s worked regularly with WWI dazzle naval camouflage, presented his make-over of England’s HMS President (1918) at Victoria Embankment, London.
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peoplereading032c.tumblr.com

VIVA LAS VEGAS! A self-portrait of VA$ABOY reading 032c at the Wynn Hotel in Sin City. This is the launch of peoplereading032c.tumblr.com. Feel free to send in images of yourself reading 032c to office@032c.com. If not you, then who?
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SCHOOL RUINED MY LIFE: Hyein Seo’s BAD EDUCATION at Antwerp’s Royal Academy

BAD EDUCATION is young designer HYEIN SEO’s latest collection, emphasizing youth, the afflictions of school, and invisible skateboards. Together with photographer NICOLE MARIA WINKLER and stylist John Colver, Seo premieres the collection—her final work at Antwerp’s Royal Academy—on 032c, accompanied by a video by Gemma Yin Taylor. Combining sexed-up Weltschmerz with recreational …
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FRIDA by ISHIUCHI

In FRIDA BY ISHIUCHI, Japanese photographer Miyako Ishiuchi’s images of Frida Kahlo’s clothing, cosmetics, and orthopedic and medical devices abstract and narrate a dynamic portrait of the Mexican painter and feminist’s public and private lives. Photos of Kahlo’s outer attire alongside what went unseen in her wardrobe show how Kahlo (1907–1954) constructed her iconic image…
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HUMA BHABHA Shares the Cinematic Inspirations for her Monstrous Sculptures

Artist HUMA BHABHA engages with the human form in raw and visceral ways, using found materials to make sculptures that are monstrous and totemic, as if they’ve come from a distant past or the decaying ruins of some future civilization. They are also globally referential, suggesting Greek kouroi, African sculpture, Easter Island heads, Egyptian statues,…
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Every End is a Beginning: Architect ANDREAS ANGELIDAKIS Speaks to 032c

An architect who doesn't build, ANDREAS ANGELIDAKIS straddles the line between art and architecture. In place of brick and mortar constructions are instead installation and exhibition pieces for the post-digital age, often curated and designed by Angelidakis himself. 032c posed a few questions to the Greek architect on the occasion of his brillian retrospective solo show at the National …
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As Rich As It’s Void: The Museum of Post Digital Cultures

The Museum of Post Digital Cultures is a collaborative online platform that invites curators, artists, and writers to present a range of projects and ideas surrounding the social and political consequence of the Internet. Founded in continuation of the 2013 symposium “Post Digital Culture” in Lausanne, the museum eschews the conventional archive—dead cemeteries of PDFs and sound…
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Juergen Teller Shows Off MACHO at Deste

032c is a media sponsor for Juergen Teller’s first solo exhibition in Greece. Titled Juergen Teller: Macho, and curated by Marina Fokidis, the show opens at the Deste Foundation in Athens on Friday, June 20.
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Feel the Need to Believe: Artist Jeremy Shaw’s Film “Quickeners”

JEREMY SHAW's work explores altered states and the cultural and scientific practices that aspire to transcendental experience. His most recent film, Quickeners, reworks footage from the 1967 ethnographic documentary Holy Ghost People, which portrays a Pentecostal Christian sect in West Virginia, to create a new narrative that takes place in a future of Quantum Humans. It is an exquisite …
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The AIRBNB Parasite of the Venice Architecture Biennale

On the occasion of the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale, a group of architects—Fabrizio Ballabio, Alessandro Bava, Luis Ortega Govela, and Octave Perrault—has independently organized the AIRBNB Pavilion, a showcase of works by 15 architects and 15 artists characterized by notions of domestic life. Taking place in numerous Venetian apartments rented through Airbnb, the exhibition will …
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Why SAINT LAURENT Invitations Are Extremely Collectible Art Editions

Hedi Slimane’s growing series of invitation booklets for SAINT LAURENT encapsulates the designer’s goal to mutate the contemporary culture of Los Angeles with Parisian haute tradition and craft. Each book is around 100 pages, perfect-bound between a black notebook cover, and designed by a different LA-based artist. And as veritable art editions disguised as invitations, they are also the …
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WATER PEOPLE: An Interview with New York Urban Surf Magazine WAX

WAX is a bi-annual print publication investigating the intersection of art, culture and surfing in and around New York City. Founded in 2012 by graphic designers David Yun and Zak Klauck, alongside writer Aeriel Brown, the magazine pushes past the topical to go deeper into the lives of the urban surf community. The three are soon…
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