Luncheon Magazine marries art, style and culture, with nods to food throughout. The oversized format reads much like a coffee table book, with equally compelling visual and text content. Biannual. United Kingdom.
In the issue: Menu artwork throughout by PZ Opassuksatit; PZRory Bargains...buying and selling bargains and lonely hearts with Gelitin, Claire Barrow, Sarah Andelman, Harry Freegard, Vaquera, Kiko Mizuhara, and Joe Sweeney; My Body is My Temple, photographed by Ekua King, with makeup by Crystabel Riley; Tablecloths by Jeremy Deller, Liam Sparkes and Sophie von Hellermann for auction on behalf of Dora Brown, founded by Rebecca May Marston; Polaroids by cinematographer Robbie Müller selected by Andrea Müller-Schirmer, text by Evgeny Gusyatinskiy; New York artist Jane Dickson in conversation with director, actor, writer and producer Sara Driver, alongside a selection of paintings by Dickson; Painter Alvin Armstrong in conversation with Reginald Moore, alongside a portfolio of his paintings and a portrait by Storm Harper; Inspirations selected by the collective Ghetto Gastro with a conversation of explanations to the images between co-founder Jon Gray and friend and stylist Nell Kalonji; Ulysses 100, poem and paintings by Art Hughes; Lights Around, Sihana Shalaj photographed by Paolo Roversi in a Comme des Gar
çons special, styled by Robbie Spencer; Couture, photographed by Nadine Ijewere, styled by Nell Kalonji; Scarecrows, photographed by Estelle Hanania, styled by Léopold Duchemin, initiated by Zoé Wirgin at Lycée Paul Poiret; By the Water's Edge, photographs by Jeano Edwards, styled by Hisato Tasaka; New York New York A Bottle and a Cork, photographs by Cruz Valdez, styled by Marcus Cuffie; The Holes in My Sweater, photographs by Bhumika Sharma, styled by Manglien Gangte; A Short No Story by Hugh Corcoran, with a painting by Peter Doyle, and more.
9.5 x 13.5", 240 Pages
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