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[As Long As You Love Me]
Reviews

“Every Future Has a Price: 25 Years of Infotainment”, Elizabeth Dee, New York,
2296 words by Grant Wahlquist

Raymond Pettibon,“A Pen of All Work”, The New Museum, New York,
3066 words by Wendy Barnes

The Empire Plaza New York Collection, New York,
1188 words by John Tain

Herzog & de Meuron, 160 Leroy street – 125 Chrystie street, New York,
2158 words by Jesse Seegers

David Salle, “New Paintings”, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris,
6388 signes par Éric Troncy

“L'esprit français, Contre-cultures 1968–1989”, La Maison rouge, Paris,
8178 signes par Guillaume Maraud

“A Tales of Two Cities (vulgarisation scientifique)”
21524 signes par Jill Gasparina

Anne Holtrop
26195 signes par Gaétan Brunet

Anne Holtrop, “Waterline Museum Fort Vechten”, Bunnik (Utrecht),
17310 signes par Côme Rolin

[What Do You Mean?]
Interviews

Wade Guyton
by Seungduk Kim

Bruno Serralongue
par Éric Troncy

Alan Belcher
par Éric Troncy

Donna Huanca
by Lucas Leclère

Richard Phillips
by Éric Troncy

Stephanie Taylor
by Teresa Carmody

Suzanne Koller
par Aristide Douroux

[I'll Show You]

Photography

“We Don't Like to be Called Refugees”
by Bruno Serralongue

“Rise with Standing Rock”
by Bruno Serralongue

Bruno Gironcoli
by Antoine Espinasseau

Joe Bradley
by Tania & Vincent

Bertrand Lavier
by Rebecca Fanuele

Herzog & de Meuron
by Félix Gautherot & Christina Vryakou

Anne Imhof
by Marina Faust

Pierre-Joseph Redouté
by Pierre Joseph

David Hockney
by Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster

Herzog & de Meuron
by Pierre Even

John Currin
by Antoine Espinasseau

[No Pressure]
Chroniques

Enlarge your penis

Leila Hekmat
par Lucas Leclère

Aldous Harding
par Yannick Sutter

Aldous Harding
par Melville Bouchard

1 “Possible Candidate”, 2015
by Marina Faust

“Most Bitch Contributor”, 2016
by Marina Faust