This week's magazines: Aperture, Art Review, Creative Review, Frieze
First of we start with art magazine Aperture. This issue is devoted to interviews and features the following William Klein interview by Aaron Schuman, Boris Mikhailov interview by Viktor Misiano,
Guido Guidi interview by Antonello Frongia, Rosalind Fox Solomon interview by Francine Prose, Bertien van Manen interview by Kim Knoppers, Bruce Davidson interview by Charlotte Cotton, David Goldblatt interview by Jonathan Cane, Ishiuchi Miyako interview by Yuri Mitsuda and Paolo Gasparini interview by Sagrario Berti.
In the September issue of Art Review we have Pablo Bronstein on Conservatism, Paul McCarthy, Amalia Ulman and the fourth of our annual focuses on Brazil - with Tamar Guimarães, Poema/Processo poetry movement, Mônica Nador, Ivan Grilo and an artist project by Gustavo Speridião.
Creative Review's September issue is dedicated to all things fashion. They have a feature on the work of Hussein Chalayan, interviews with Iris van Herpen, Nick Knight and Paul Weller; plus a look at clothing company Knyttan, Pylot magazine, pop-ups and Harvey Nichols. The issue opens with a look at their project with JCDecaux, where they exhibited the work of 20 outstanding new graduates on billboards around the UK. They also examine the Lexus hoverboard, Penguin's new series of craft-inspired book covers and the design of the Chemical Brothers' latest live show. Their regular columnist, Daniel Benneworth-Gray, muses on the benefits that commuting can have on the creative mind. This issues fashion-themed section kicks off with an interview with Paul Weller – musician, songwriter and now clothing label-founder. Antonia Wilson talks to him about his new menswear brand, Real Stars Are Rare.
Featuring Math Bass, Lara Favaretto, Ahmet Ögüt and Koki Tanaka; plus a questionnaire from acclaimed Italian novelist Elena Ferrante, the September issue of Frieze is available at Fat Buddha Store now.
Pick up these magazines and many more in store and online at Fat Buddha. Also don't forget to pick up your free copies of the amazing magazines Vice, Sogo and Law.