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Issue 37 also feature encounters with legendary New York painter Alex Katz, Turner Prize-nominee Nicole Wermers and French musical duo The Blaze, whose vigorous but nuanced videos explore gender, race and friendship. The editors also meet the new guard, interviewing Joy Labinjo and Aliki Braine.
Elephant’s regular columnists, Mel Byars and Federico Florian explore expensive taste and anticipation, respectively, while Katya Tylevich dives into rebirth, imagining a possible visa form for a self-reinvention centre.
In the Paper Galleries, the magazine profile the unsettlingly beautiful work of Lothar Baumgarten, and pair two young female painters: Sofia Stevi and Maria Farrar.
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Direct, spontaneous and multi-disciplinary, Elephant aims to survey the international contemporary art scene with more energy and depth than any other magazine in print or online.
Since its inception in 2009, the magazine has been dedicated to capturing the sensual pleasure of art and offers readers an ideal platform to experience it in print, pairing arresting images with original and independent research in award-winning design.
The writing is eloquent and opinionated rather than rhetorical and theoretical, favouring in-depth analysis over extensive referencing.