Soldes Almanac

Soldes is the revival of Soldes Fins de Série, a Belgian quarterly first published at the beginning of the Eighties. In the words of Andy Warhol “the best magazine in the world” gained international renown few months after its creation, and was sold in nine countries, becoming an underground success on the sidelines of the media industry. In 2010 Soldes was revived as an almanac on Marc Borgers' initiative, with Art Kiosque, Paris, and 5C éditions, Brussels. “Made like a work of art”, Soldes discusses arts, science, and society, exclusively in print format.
 
Paris / Brussels
 
Soldes
2021
French edition
An illustrated almanac on arts, science, and society, dedicated to the wise men and the fools.
Soldes
2019
French edition
An illustrated almanac on arts, science, and society, dedicated to the wise men and the fools.
Soldes
2017
French edition
An illustrated almanac on arts, science, and society, dedicated to the wise men and the fools.
Soldes
2016
French edition
Featuring: Jeremy Rifkin, Sabine Rabourdin, Mounir Fatmi, Tidiane N'diaye, Arthur H & Loulou Picasso, Messieurs Delmotte, Tobie Nathan, Jean-Paul Curnier, Anaïs Nony, N.-.D.-des-Landes, Zapata an the state of Chiapas, Papuan people, original comics from Camille Lavaud, Martes Bathori, Philippe Lardy...
Soldes
2013
texts in English and French
Featuring: a tribute to Frank Zappa (unpublished interview and illustrations by Cal Schenkel), Christian Marclay by Anaïs Prosaïc, The Wild Classical Music Ensemble, Anaïs Nony, Guerilla Gardening, Zdenek Kosek, self-hypnosis, Elizabeth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle's ecosexual activism, primatologist Frans de Waal...
Soldes
2012
texts in English and French
Bernard Stiegler, Paul Jorion, “food” special feature, Eliane Montane's amorous cannibalism, entomophagy, the botanist Tran Ninh, Kimio Itozaki's photographs, Panafricanism, Tidiane N'Diaye, Nov'Folk Music, Olivier Schrauwen's Fanthesizer...
Soldes
2010
French edition
The almanach's first issue features: a special segment on Congo's 50th anniversary of independence (interview with Vincent Kenis by Jean-Louis Sbille, Congolese punk and hybrid music, choreographer Faustin Linyekula, photographic essay by Beata Szparagowska, a Kisangani chronicle by Virginie Dupray), Captain Beefheart, Jean-Pierre Verheggen's poetry, Aleister Crowley: a graphic invocation, Laure Prouvost, Edouard Glissant, interviews with Daniel Innerarity, Majid Rahnema...
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