Creative director of Hotel Il Pellicano MARIE-LOUISE SCIO (center) is charmed by her bogus menu. Even art director and curator ANTONIO MONFREDA (right) is curious what she might be having. PATRICK KINMONTH (left) – a writer, art editor, set and costume designer, painter, and opera director – remains unfazed, perhaps concentrating on getting the linguine with scorpion fish, cuttlefish, and cream of barley at Il Pellicano’s two-Michelin-star restaurant in Porto Ercole, Tuscany.

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  • BLAU JOB

    This October, BLAU - the German-speaking world’s highest-circulation art magazine - launched its English-language version. “We believe in the transformative power of art, that not everything is interesting and urgent, and that you needn’t speak with everyone and be everywhere," says editor-in-chief Cornelius Tittel. "We consciously run the risk of missing out on the occasional shooting star born after 1989. But that leaves us time to take a new look at old masters." 032c sits down with Tittel in the magazine's Berlin Kurfürstendamm HQ. More