PIG Quarterly 02
Published by B-Arts
Size: 17x24 cm
376 colour pages
The current issue of PIG Quarterly wanted to give a voice to a selection of human beings that are extraordinary good at what they do. At the same time each portrait showcases a different way to be a woman today, offering to the reader an outstanding group of females that are a source of inspiration for everyone.
There are many ways for a girl to be a successful and to be recognized for many things, not just because of the fact they are female.
It's all about hard work, talent, and personal expression declined in the most different fields: art, new technologies, human right activism, design, photography, cinema, music, publishing or fashion.
Flaneur Magazine presents one street per issue. The magazine presents its complexity, dynamic and fragmented nature and layers with a literary approach. It creates a meaningful correlation between places, stories, people and objects that aren’t necessarily related.
With a great cover by Sam Falls introduced by Adam O’Reilly; contributions and projects by: Lorenzo Benedetti, current curator of the Dutch Pavilion for the 55. Venice Biennale, about Lucy R. Lippard’s curatorial practice for his section Portraits in the Exhibition Space; Vincent Honoré in conversation with Krist Gruijthuijsen, director of the Grazer Kunstverein; art critic Jean-Max Colard talking about Exhibition titleology, with a special project by Stefan Brüggemann; German writer Raimar Stange on Poul Gernes’s work; Will Rogan’s special project with words by Apsara DiQuinzio; Adam Carr in conversation with the British artist Sean Edwards; Ruba Katrib, curator of SculptureCenter New York, in dialogue with the young Norwegian artist Ann Cathrin November Høibo; Niels Trannois interviewed by Alexis Vaillant; Show and Tell section with the curator Cecilia Canziani and the artist Sara Barker; a double-faced lab conceived by Gabriele De Santis and introduced by curators Valentinas Klimašauskas and Alex Ross and a special project by the emerging American artist G. Küng.