Cover to cover in JERUSALEM: Author and Tageszeitung culture editor ULRICH GUTMAIR and artist ALEXANDRA ZUCKERMAN leaf through the new issue of 032c and Gutmair’s latest book, “Die ersten Tage von Berlin: Der Sound der Wende”, which focuses on how Berlin’s nightlife and subcultures in the early 90s shaped the city.

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  • TOMI UNGERER (1931-2019): Waiting for Godot

    "The most famous children's book author you've never heard of," Illustrator and author TOMI UNGERER died on Sunday. The author of more than 150 books that ranged from children's literature to erotica, trilingual Ungerer was the only living illustrator ever to have a museum dedicated to his life and work. Read 032c's interview – and see the cover – with the life-long satirist from Issue 25.More
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  • NO BLOODLESS PROPHET: Hilton Als on James Baldwin’s Body

    Curated by Hilton Als, “God Made My Face: A Collective Portrait of James Baldwin” seeks the human existence behind an author's political legacy. Als speaks to 032c's Victoria Camblin about Baldwin's body, faith, and voice, via playgrounds, David Zwirner, and going back to Berlin. More