Weekly love: Sleek, Paisea and Líbero Magazines

By Eva Martín. October 28, 2013

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Football, fashion and landscape architecture are the main topics of our recommended publications this week: the fall issue of football and culture journal Líbero (Spanish only), independent magazine on fashion and art Sleek, newly arrived from Berlin, and the last issue of Paisea, a bilingual publication specialising in landscape architecture that this month looks at the space that separates the land from the sea. Happy reading!

 

Sleek, #39 Future/Perfect | Autumn 2013

Talent and technology meet to bring the future into the present. This might be the starting point of the fall issue Future/Perfect of Sleek magazine, now available in our online bookstore. The independent magazine enters the Venice Biennale in the era of Post-Medium condition, reflects on the possible effects that 3D printers might bring into art and sneaks in the studios of artists Monica Bonvicini, Rosa Barba or John Bock. Science fiction stands out in the book section, predicting the future that may be yet to come.

 

Paisea, #026 Waterfronts

The new issue of Paisea, La Costa/Waterfronts, takes us into a journey along the sea, where landscape plays a prominent role. The architecture of these areas seeks to maintain harmony with nature and respect the environment. This is the case of projects like the waterfront of Esbjerg, the Italian pedestrian tour in Finale Liguria or the swimming pools das Mares in Matosinhos, Portugal, by architect Álvaro Siza. This issue of Paisea magazine invites us to come into contact with the coastal zone, showing new possibilities to adapt the boundaries between land and sea. 

Líbero, #6 Fall 2013

The cover of the fall issue of Lí­bero magazine shows Vicente del Bosque, the Spain national football team coach, who looks back on his career as a player and explains his method as a coach. We also meet Argentinian musician Andrés Calamaro, who speaks of his youth and his love for this sport in the 90's, a passion that made him compose the famous song about Maradona. Lí­bero magazine continues to prove that sometimes football is not at odds with culture.

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