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: Drawings by Tomi Ungerer, which run throughout the issue, are offered up as the Catch of the Day; Modern Dreams of Prishtina by Josefine Skomars; Collages and artworks by Tin Gao; Nabil Nahas in conversation with Gilles Khoury; Rita Keegan in conversation with Charlie and Katie Boxer; Kojo Abudu in conversation with Shola von Reinhold; A conversation with
Markus Lüpertz, and a portfolio of his paintings; June Leaf in conversation with Paolo Roversi, along with accompanying photos; Eileen Gray by Richard Malone; On Photography: Earlie Hudnall, Jr. and Rahim Fortune in conversation; Bobby Baker by Hettie Judah; Reflections on the legacy of Judy Blame by Zanne Chaudhry, with support of Trust Judy Blame; Inspirations and jewellery by Patcharavipa Bodiratnangkura; Materials, Matter and Minerals, with photographs by Nadine Ijewere; Vaquera, with photographs by Grace Ahlbom; Butter and Pearls, with photographs by Paul Kookier; Escapism, with photographs by Steph Wilson; A lunch with Margot Henderson and Giles Deacon; Deadlines by Jackson Boxer, and more!
9.5 x 13.5", 272 Pages