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published in January 2017
16,5 x 23 cm (softcover, dust jacket)
176 pages (ill.)
The Hip-Hop scene Versus the Regime in Luanda, Angola; The urban future of Aleppo; Terence Davies' A Quiet Passion; Interviews with Matthew Barney, and Ma Yansong; Taylor Swift's neo-Nazi fan club; a black history museum after a black presidency; your diminished chances of breathing in the Trumpocene; reviews from New York, London, Paris, and Tokyo; and a portfolio by Ana Vaz.
Even Magazine seeks to break the deadlock between academic obscurantism on one side, and top-ten lists and party coverage on the other. With a unique and legible voice, Even revives the tradition of criticism for the twenty-first century. Published three times a year, Even features long-form articles that range from monographic studies to broad critical analysis; distinctive reviews that take in multiple exhibitions at museums and galleries worldwide; and extensive interviews with artists and arts professionals.