Weekly love: ArtReview, Art Monthly and Numéro

October 2, 2013


October arrives and we receive it in very good company. This month we welcome ArtReview magazine in digital format. We cannot hide it: we feel thrilled. Fall is always an exciting time for art and fashion and we couldn't think of a better way to receive the new season than with the latest issues of Art Monthly, Numéro and ArtReview no matter where we are (yep, we are travelling to Frankurt Book Fair next week). While you enjoy the countless wonders of contemporary art and fashion, you can try to find which two magazines feature artists Paola Pivi and Pierre Huyghe this month. Happy reading! 

ArtReview October

The second issue of iconic art magazine ArtReview arrives in digital form to our virtual bookshelves after its smart redesign last month. ArtReview October deals with individual self-reflection: What do artists say when they are asked why they do what they do? Paola Pivi, Pierre Huyghe and James Franco reflect about that odd thing of being an artist. Art Previewed, Art Featured and Art Reviewed from one of the best art magazines in the world.

 ArtReview octubre

Art Monthly October

Art Monthly isn't just another digital magazine in our catalogue. The long-established publication specializing in contemporary art relies on the power of texts to dissect and better understand the artistic practices of our time. The October issue starts with the feature on identity constructs Post-Racialism by writer, musician and curator Morgan Quaintance. A magazine that never ends.

 Art Monthly octubre

Numéro October

October issue of fashion magazine Numéro comes full of top-quality fashion but also full of the best art, design, film and photography of this season. 'The Famous Five' by German photographer and filmmaker Peter Lindbergh makes us time travel to the early 90s, to that other black and white image that showed the five supermodels of the moment. Time passes. We love everything about this issue, but we highly recommend the conversation between curators Hans Ulrich Obrist and Simon Castets with five young artists who answer to the question "What does it mean to be an artist under 25 years old today"? The new generation arrives.

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