Issue 2

Issue 2


Artist Erwin Wurm (b. 1954) and screenwriter Peter Morgan (b. 1963) talk in Vienna about what it means to be an artist, the value in being an outsider, and the definition of success.

Iranian-American multimedia artist, photographer, and professor Sheida Soleimani (b. 1990) talks to her dad, (Name and age withheld), about the Gulf Council, its members, and their relationship with the USA.

Artist Stuart Semple (b. 1980) and cultural entrepreneur Neville Brody (b. 1957) meet in a pub in Islington to talk about the Anti Design Festival, the importance of artists’ studios, the potential impact of Brexit on art, and travel to far-away places.

Artists Germaine Hoffmann (b. 1930) and Sophie Jung (b. 1982) meet in Luxembourg, in Hoffmann’s living room. Jung is Hoffman’s granddaughter. They discuss a collection of small collages Hoffmann made between 1978 and 1982, which the pair are now looking through.

Mexican conceptual, minimalist artist Stefan Brüggemann (b. 1975) talks to Sebastien Montabonel (b. 1976), founder and partner of the cultural strategy agency Montabonel & Partners, about the importance of knowing what you want, knowing who to know, and knowing where to be.

Artists Ayesha Al Moayyed (b. 1988) and Balqees Fakhro (b.1950) meet at Rose Bakery at Dover Street Market London ahead of the opening of the group show “Bahrain Art Week London”.

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