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: Potato collages by Simon Popper run throughout the issue, from a limited-edition recipe book 'Potato' by Jeremy Lee; Maison de la Culture Arménienne by Josefine Skomars, with photographs by Jakob Müller-Meernack; Portfolio by Jil Sander; Freya Morris writes about artists and shopkeepers Charlotte Cullinan and Jeannine Richards, with photographs by Annie Collinge; Wearing Hedi Slimane by Charlie Porter; Karlo Kacharava by Han Mengyun, with artworks selected by Sanya Kantarovsky and Scott Portnoy; Róisín Murphy and Shygirl in conversation with C.L. Mayers, with photographs by Paul Kooiker; Studio Family, with photographs by Paolo Roversi; Dancehall Diaries by Akeem Smith; Inspirations by Simone Rocha; A Visit to the Sergei Paradjanov Museum by Zanne Chaudhry, in conversation with Yuri Mechitov; Niko Pirosmani by Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili; Zazzah, photographs by Jordan Hemingway, styling by Nell Kalonji; Luna and the Wild Blue, photographs by Jackn Davidson, styling by Brian Molloy; Maybe Right Now There's Nothing to Say by Velma Rosai Makhandia and Rudy Simba Betty, with photographs by Fernanda Segura; Untitled, photographs by Theo de Gueltzl, styling by Malina Gilchrist; SénéGambia, photographs by Malick Bodian, Styling by Ib Kamara; A Lucid Dream, styling by Luis Alberto Rodriguez, styling by Emilie Kareh; Nana's Allotment; A Love Letter to Ikeda by Margot Henderson; Five Recipes by Hugh Corcoran, with photographs by Alex Tracey; Making Muthiya by Sonali Shah, with photographs by Abhinav Tyagi; Midnight and One Minute by Jack Boxer, and more!
9.5 x 13.5", 272 Pages
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