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Archivio
 

Turin
Archivio magazine is an innovative semestrial publishing project which focuses exclusively on the archive's culture and reality. It is the first time that a publishing venture is born out of the need to enhance this huge heritage. Every issue is constructed around a theme, but in a loose way, browsing from art to fashion, culture, sport, design, cinema, science, photography… No barriers. The edition is exclusively built with archive's documents, mostly unpublished and each issue involves most relevant archives from all over the world. Each time through a high quality selection of documents, pictures and exclusive contents, Archivio's aim is to rebuild the contemporary culture opening up the heritage and richness of the archive's world, by using our ability to watch everything from a contemporary point of view, because what archives can teach us is how memory becomes future.
 
2018
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
forthcoming
The relation between crime and power through the lens of archives. Featuring: William Friedkin, Stasi Archive, La Notte, The Secret Life Of Elena Ferrari, Giorgio De Chirico On World War One, The Jonestown Massacre, Marco Malvaldi on suicide, Danse Macabre by Alberto Martini, Phone Taping Vertigo on Aldo Moro. Great thought by Elio Petri On Police Power, Cold Balkan Blood by Ana Blagojevic, Professor Andrea Pinotti on the shroud, Brad Feuerhelm on anxiety and photography, Howard Bingham: The Invisible Photographer and Michael Salu on private pictures from the first Gulf War.

2018
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Archivio is a new half-yearly magazine focused on archive's culture, in its many dimensions.This first issue features: Soviet subcultures; computer pioneer Charles Babbage; Studs Terkel radio archive; Milan's economic boom; Eighties Florence; the Whitechapel Gallery's archive; Stokholm city archives; fashion writer Anna Piaggi; young Pasolini; Joan Brossa's archives at MACBA; a project by Ugo la Pietra; scores by Sylvano Bussotti; film archives from Lucio Fulci and Kon Ichikawa, and much more…