ZOO Magazine 53 – Lia Pavlova
ZOO Magazine 53, Lia Pavlova on the cover; shot by David Roemer.
ZOO Magazine 53 – Winter Issue: Lia Pavlova photographed by David Roemer.
In ZOO Magazine 53 exclusive Ida Immendorff graces one of 5 covers. ZOO Magazine has the honor to be the first magazine to present the daughter of artists Oda Jaune and Jörg Immendorff, one of Germany’s most prolific contemporary artists of the 21st century. Ida carries a weighty legacy on her shoulders. Not a surprise for the offspring of celebrated artists. As her life remains sheltered from media frenzy by choice, Sandor Lubbe’s camera enjoys unprecedented access to her space resulting in a candid and real representation of her as the woman she is today.
Discover the driving forces behind the unchained creativity of Viktor&Rolf as the designer duo delve deep into the making of their latest collection, Vagabonds, in their intimate conversation with ZOO. Elsewhere in the issue, get re-acquainted with the ever-arresting Karen Elson shot by Bryan Adams. An interview with Daniel Arsham makes an appearance in the pages that follow. An exploration of the artist’s psyche and the workings of a mind that straddles the line between art, architecture and performance are expanded upon as he lets the reader see the world through his own eyes.
Showcasing the best and latest in interior design and décor ZOO Magazine meticulously curates its ideal Inner Sanctum, catering to the allure of the year’s coldest season with its indomitable approach to style and inviting you to get lost in its pages while the world spins madly on.
Catch all this and much more in ZOO Magazine 53, Winter Issue.