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 created throughout by Maya Golyshkina; A Fish Pie to Leave your Husband by Hugh Corcoran, with illustrations by Giulia Garbin; Kneecap by Pádraig Ó Meiscill; The Mother of All Experience by Anouk Hipkin; Three Paintings for my Sister by Kate Boxer; Black Minds, photographs by Ekua King, styling by Hanna Kelifa; Camilla Grudova by Oskar Oprey, with photographs by Kuba Ryniewicz; Ikaria by Josefine Skomars, with photographs by Jesse Laitinen; Happy Hour by Raphaelle Moore, with photographs by Lewis Khan, styling by Gabriel Pluckrose, and words by Charlie Boxer; Adventures into Plasma by Edie Ashley, with photographs by William Waterworth; Feast by Gary Card; Peter Doig paintings and in conversation with Parinaz Mogadassi and Angus Cook; Rubbers collected by Paul Deller, with photographs by Jamie Hawkesworth; Saplings, portraits by Jet Swan; Horn of Plenty, with photographs by Tim Gutt and creative direction by Shona Heath; A Photographic Story, Stephen Joyce and Adam Ianniello in conversation with Reginald Moore; My Inspirations by Charlie Porter; Staff Lunches by Thomas Alsop, with photographs by Romain Guittet; Gambiarra, with photographs by Paul Kooiker, and styling by George Krakowiak; A Play for Today, with photographs, direction and styling by Rachel Fleminger Hudson with Prada; Sistren, with photographs by Trinity Ellis and styling by Ola-Oluwa Ebiti; Untitled, photographs by Daniel Archer, styling by Jessica Willis; Children of Lughnasadh, with photographs by Tom Johnson and styling by Robbie Spencer; Precious Gem, with photographs by Anthony Seklaoui, and styling by Ally Macrae; Cakes by Sophia Agnella Anita Stolz, with photographs by Daniel Archer, and more!
9.5 x 13.5", 372 Pages
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