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Kaleidoscope 36 – “What is Influence?”

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We present Kaleidoscope 36 with three covers: featuring London-based Nigerian fashion designer Mowalola Ogunlesi, Venice Beach native Eli Russell Linnetz and the third cover is an artwork by design studio Sucuk und Bratwurst, dedicated to Cannabiz: The Gentrification of Weed.

 

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Kaleidoscope 36 – “What is Influence?” | Spring/Summer 2020

Kaleidoscope 36 – “What is Influence?” | We are delighted to announce the release of KALEIDOSCOPE‘s new issue 36, coinciding with the redesign of the magazine’s print and digital presence by Swiss art direction and graphic design studio Kasper-Florio. Driven by a minimalistic approach which foregrounds the work of artists and photographers, the new graphic identity is “hacked” by a set of illustrations by Berlinbased studio PWR.

This issue comes with a set of three covers: London-based Nigerian fashion designer Mowalola Ogunlesi (photographed by Jordan Hemingway) talks to Reba Maybury about her fluid representation of the Black body, championing the individual. A profile by Jeppe Ugelvig introduces Venice Beach native Eli Russell Linnetz, creative director for the Kardashian-West clan and Lady Gaga, and his powerful meditation on fame, glamour, and mythology.

Featuring an artwork by design studio Sucuk und Bratwurst, the third cover is dedicated to Cannabiz: The Gentrification of Weed, a trend report on the legalization and corporatization of the marijuana industry—comprising an essay by Whitney Mallett, case studies by Lucas Mascatello and Michelle Lhooq, and a focus on Richard Prince by Alexandre Stipanovich. Inaugurating a new text-only editorial segment dedicated to urgent research questions of our time, “What is Influence?” presents four newly-commissioned longform essays (by Caroline BustaGeoffrey MakPierce Meyers and Taylore Scarabelli) discussing influence as legacy, currency and agency—all the while examining art’s own influence on society, and viceversa.

MYRISTICA, a special supplement to KALEIDOSCOPE’s new issue 36 created in partnership with Gucci, portrays experimental cellist and songwriter Kelsey Lu as the protagonist of a comic book (illustrated by Terrell Villiers and written by Akia Dorsainvil) illuminating her personal journey with references drawn from fable, cosmology and afro futurism.

Also featured in this issue:

Nora Turato (photography by Roos Quakernaat, interview by Ana Janevski); Lorenzo Senni (photography by John Divola, interview by Hans Ulrich Obrist); Clemens Von Vedemeyer (interview by Adriana Blidaru); Charlie Engman (essay by Francesca Gavin); Retail Apocalypse (Fredi Fischli and Niels Olsen in conversation with Mark Lee); Olivier Mosset (photography by Alessandro Barthlow, interview by Gianni Jetzer); Diane Severin Nguyen (essay by Franklin Melendez); Davide Sorrenti (essay by Aaron Rose).

Kaleidoscope 36 comes with three covers. Unfortunately we are not able to guarantee a specific cover at the time of ordering.

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