032c GEAR RESTOCKED

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The core collection of 032c Gear is back in stock. Once sold out, all the below are available again. Click the titles to be taken through, or click store.032c.com to browse through our full shop.

032c “Religious Services” Sweatshirt, in black and red

In honor of our new Workshop location—in the brutalist church compound St. Agnes in Berlin-Kreuzberg—the 032c “Religious Services” sweatshirt features Albrecht Dürer’s Praying Hands (1508) as well our office telephone number. Click here to purchase the restocked sweater in bible-black, and here in cardinal-robe red, and please do not hesitate to call us in the event of a crisis of faith.

Cali Thornhill DeWitt, “Romy Schneider Memorial” Sweatshirt

For his exhibition at the 032c Workshop, the Los Angeles-based artist bought a hand-made memorial sweatshirt for the German-French jet set icon Romy Schneider as a gift for 032c editor-in-chief Joerg Koch. We then created an exact replica of the sweatshirt, even leaving a German spelling mistake from the original. It’s now available again here.

Freedom Machine 1 — NO FEAR T-Shirt in Black and White

Originally created in the aftermath of the Paris attacks, 032c’s NO FEAR T-shirt is a statement of solidarity as well as an attitude intervention against terrorists, censors, bigots, and other aggressors. We fiercely believe in freedom and are willing to stand up for it no matter what cost. Buy yours here in white, and here in black.

(A note for citizens of North America: SSENSE offers better shipping rates than we are able to. Click here for 032c Gear men, and here for women).

 

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    An advertisement for the art gallery belonging to dealer and collector Bruno Bischofberger has occupied the back cover of every issue of Artforum since April 1987. Seen out of context and en masse, the eternally Swiss contents of these promotions at first appear idiosyncratic; upon further scrutiny, however, they seem insane.More
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  • CROSS-DRESSING IN THE WEHRMACHT: Unseen Practices at the German Front

    While collecting amateur photography from periods during and after the war, Berlin-based visual artist Martin Dammann would, “from time to time,” stumble upon photographs of cross-dressing soldiers. Provoked, he began to seek out more, drawn to the “kaleidoscope of emotional states” that they revealed: “Desire for women. Desire for men. To be a woman. To be elsewhere. To be someone else.” More
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