Doesn’t Exist is a fashion magazine seen from a cinematic perspective. Seeking to develop a visual dialogue between the two industries, Doesn't Exist presents fully cinematic fashion content. United Kingdom.
Issue 2 is dedicated to British filmmaker Peter Greenaway (and the 26 letters of the alphabet). A tribute of sorts, made in collaboration with Greenaway, broken down into segments in alphabetical order.
Contents include: Alphabet; A Zed & Two Noughts; Black; Cinema; Classify / Catalogue; Conspiracies; Costume; Documentary; Drowning by Numbers; Einstein in Guanajuato; Ewan McGregor; Exhibition; Feature Films; Game; Goltzius and the Pelican Company; Helen Mirren; Interview; Jean Paul Gaultier; Kees Kasander; Last Year at Marienbad; Michael Clark; Michael Nyman; Nightwatching; Nudity; Numbers; 8½ women; Opera; Painting; Prospero's Books; Power; Quay Brothers; Rembrandt's J'Accuse; Saskia Boddeke; Short Films; Television Films; The Baby of Mâcon; The Belly of an Architect; The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover; The Draughtsman's Contract; The Falls; The Pillow Book; The Luper ' A Life in Suitcases'; The Tulse Luper Suitcases; Letter U; Vue; Writing; X/Y; Zebra.