Sunrise Over Stussy with OG JULES GAYTON

Recently, the International Stussy Tribe descended upon Bali's Potato Head Beach Club and continued its spirit of bridging friendship and arts. The two-day soirée consisted of art-making classes and surf and skate sessions. Arthur Bray shares his Bali travel report with 032c here.
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Sex and Nothingness: SIBERIAN MODERNISM in the Great Eurasian Steppe

Although Stain established Novokuznetsk, the title-location of Nikolay Bakharev’s monograph, established the city as a coal-mining and industrial center, Bakharev asserts that its inhabitants retain the a-historical quality of nomads. “Nothing changes in their world,” the photographer once said about his subjects in a 1991 interview, “No matter how many years pass by, things never change.
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“Fellini of Fashion”: ALEXANDRE DE BETAK’s Fashion Show Revolution

Alexandre de Betak has come to be known as the “Fellini of Fashion,” transforming brand experiences into compact sensorial monuments. The art director's instinct for spectacle and purity of expression has carried Betak’s work across an entire industry, where it feels just as at home in the context of Victoria’s Secret as it does in Dior.
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Open House: A Look Into STUDIO OLAFUR ELIASSON

The title of Olafur Eliasson's latest book Open House suggests an invitation into the Danish-Icelandic artist's storied Berlin studio and delivers on this tantalizing proposition. But it also serves to float Eliasson’s own mythology as a frontiersman in the hazy boundaries between contemporary art-making and start-up culture.  
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CARSTEN HÖLLER: The Brutalist Kitchen Manifesto

“I’m very bad at killing, in general.” As an antidote to postmodern culinary mediocrity, artist Carsten Höller takes us to his concrete perch on the seaside of Ghana and guides us through the 11 points of his "Brutalist Kitchen Manifesto."
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Extremist Footwear: Examining the Spectrum of 2017’s Minimal and Maximal Running Shoes

Running footwear has experienced a cambrian explosion in the past 10 years, forming a widening spectrum that ranges from “minimal” to “maximal.” There are the “natural,” barefoot, running sandal evangelists. And there are supporters of tech-loaded, highly-cushioned tools made in service of marathoners. Here, we review three shoes that run across this spectrum.
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Why Don’t Umbrellas Grow in the Rain? 12 Proclamations by Architect CEDRIC PRICE

Cedric Price’s body of work is massive and slippery to pin down. The mammoth two-volume publication "Cedric Price Works 1952– 2003: A Forward-Minded Retrospective," which contains his compiled writings and projects, reads like two stone tablets on radical design. Here, we revisit 12 design maxims written by Price for a 1972 article in Pegasus.
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Documenting PALACE Skateboards and Southbank Riders Before the Craze

From the late 1990s to the mid 2000s, British photographer Leo Sharp shot skaters like Ollie Todd, Lucien Clarke, Andrew Brophy, Danny Brady, Chewy Cannon and Rory Milanes in their London habitat and on skate trips to Russia and China. Arthur Bray speaks to the photographer about the importance of the Southbank Undercroft.
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032c Peroxide Collection Love Story

To spill is to make a mistake, but it is also to tell the truth. With bleach splatters that schizophrenically evoke both psychedelia and punk, the 032c Peroxide Collection celebrates all reactions, whether they be emotional or chemical.
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MICHAEL SCHMIDT: THE GRAY ISLAND

In 032c Issue 32, Kolja Reichert explored how Michael Schmidt’s community workshops from 1976 until 1986 turned West Berlin into a cauldron of contemporary photography.
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Infinite Pokerface: Shades by Carrera and Jared Leto

Sunglasses are the signature garb for actors, an off-duty reprieve donned by those who make a living from channeling emotion through their faces. This cold-blooded allure is central to Carrera’s collaboration with musician and actor Jared Leto.
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“Duchamp Is My Lawyer” Virgil Abloh

From his fortress of irony, designer Virgil Abloh is set on turning fashion into the industrial arm of the art world. For 032c Issue 32, Abloh explains how streetwear is not just a fad, but a logic inspired by Dada and destined to dominate the digital age.
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“Action, Action, Action!” with Operndorf Afrika’s AINO LABERENZ

Many consider Operndorf Afrika, the nonprofit cultural program and arts village in Burkina Faso, to be experimental theater artist Christoph Schlingensief's final project. The foundation is now led by Aino Laberenz, who, on the occasion of the Operndorf Afrika Auction at König Galerie, spoke to 032c about the auction, the universe, and Germany’s upcoming elections.
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JASON DILL Takes us to Hell and Back to FUCKING AWESOME

In a skate odyssey documented with drawings and pictures from JASON DILL’s personal archive, the skate legend takes us to hell and back to Fucking Awesome. The article from 032c Issue 32 is a feast of anecdotes and images featuring Dash Snow, Ed Templeton, Josh Kalis, Rob Dyrdek, Gio Estevez, his friend Mikey, and Kunle Martins.
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Paranormal Dandies, Sex with Buildings: HERNAN BAS in Cambridge

The Night Climbers of Cambridge were notorious for their elusive nocturnal pastime of climbing buildings throughout Cambridge, taking photographs of their activity. Unlike the action-packed nature of parkour, these images reveal an angsty and sometimes erotic relationship to classical architecture.
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BIFO BERARDI on Political Impotence and the Rise of Global Silicon Valley

Real radicals do more than measure despair, and reading Bifo Berardi's "Futurability" reveals his capacity for imagining beyond our current parameters.  In his book, Bifo speaks of a “global Silicon Valley,” about an interconnected body of “anonymous cognitive workers” who contribute to Facebook, Instagram, and every iteration of our many social platforms.
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90s Rave and Resistance from GOOD TROUBLE Zine

In an interview featured in the zine Good Trouble, Roderick Stanley spoke with photographer Matthew Smith, whose book Exist to Resist is about the DIY protest and rave culture of the 1990s. The project seeks to document a time when rave, traveler culture, and the road protest scene meshed into an uprising of grassroots resistance, pushing back against a decade and a half of conservative …
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The HEAT UP HADID Hall of Fame

When we included our HEAT UP HADID iron-on transfer kit as a special gift inside 032c Issue 32, we had no idea that it would lead to a mass BELLA-FICATION of garments across the globe. As a tribute to our loyal readers, here is the Heat Up Hadid Hall of Fame: The Heat Up Hadid Transfer Kit…
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Three Month Fever: The Murder of GIANNI VERSACE

First published in 1999, Three Month Fever by Gary Indiana delves into the media’s hyper coverage of the man who killed Gianni Versace in 1997: Andrew Cunanan. In Three Month Fever, Indiana creates a compelling portrayal of a young man who graduated from pathological liar to murderer and took the lives of five men, including Versace, before taking his own life. Three Month Fever was recently …
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A Cigarette with … BILL KAULITZ

In 2001, four kids from Magdeburg, Germany founded a rock band and called it "Tokio Hotel." The quartet’s hit single “Durch den Monsun” [Through the Monsoon] flooded Europe and caused a frenzy among teenagers. Five studio albums and a move to Los Angeles later, lead singer Bill Kaulitz stepped outside for a cigarette break with 032c and talked about the habits of nicotine and why Los Angeles …
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BODY HEAT: RICHARD MOSSE Captures the Edges of Europe in INCOMING

During the making of Incoming, Richard Mosse describes being perched atop a hill on the Turkish-Syrian border, registering occasional thuds from far away. Capturing the bodies of those displaced by modern crises, Mosse’s film was shot on a machine that is classified as a weapon of war: a military-grade surveillance camera that is able to detect a human from 30.3 kilometers away.
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