An illustrated almanac on arts, science, and society, dedicated to the wise men and the fools.
Interviews with Bruno Latour, Michel Bauwens, Joseph Pousset, and Emmanuel Bourguignon; Agroforestry; the deserted lands; camping along the highway; protests at Sivens dam; in the Yukon forest with Kim Pasche; conversation with Bernard Stiegler and Peter Sloterdijk; texts by Jean-Pierre Verheggen, Charles Pennequin
, and Antoine Boute
; contributions by Claude Lévêque
, Mounir Fatmi
, Kim Dorland, Xin Cang, Jochen Gerner, Aleksandra Waliszewska
, Philippe Lardy, Martes Bathori, Mathilde Payen, Silio Durt, Mirka Lugosi, Georganne Deen, Philippe Dupuy; cover illustration by Laurie Rosenwald.
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.