CEREAL 20 – Art and Nature
The travel & style magazine CEREAL is divided into city-specific chapters. Each chapter comprises stories on places, people and products, paired with striking photography.
CEREAL 20 – Art and Nature | Autumn/Winter 2020
CEREAL 20 – Art and Nature | In our AW 2020 issue we look to the restorative power of art and nature.
We meet with artists Torkwase Dyson, Anish Kapoor and Edmund de Waal. We visit Hiroshi Sugimoto’s Enoura Observatory and the home of master stonecutter Masatoshi Izumi in Japan, MONA in Tasmania, and Pavillon Le Corbusier in Switzerland. We traverse the expanses of the Atacama Desert and Patagonia in Chile, and unwind by the ocean in Broome, western Australia.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
LIBERATION THROUGH ABSTRACTION: An Interview with Torkwase Dyson
OBJECTS OF THE VOID: Anish Kapoor’s Illusory Practice
A TYPE OF KINDNESS: In Conversation with Edmund de Waal
UPON NATURE’S SEAT: A Photo Essay
THE CEREBRAL AND THE SENSUAL: Museo Antonio Canova
STONE HOUSE: A Modern Temple
MONA: A Celebration of Life and Death
NEAR THE OCEAN AND THE MANGROVES: Broome, Western Australia
WATER AND AIR: Hiroshi Sugimoto’s Enoura Observatory
PAVILLON LE CORBUSIER: A Modernist Gesamtkunstwerk
THE ART OF WAITING: Qantas Lounge, Singapore
ATACAMA DESERT: Dust Stained Skies
PATAGONIA: Continent’s End