In this issue of winter 2016, a paper on Paper Art, or how artists can magnify the paper medium in volumes, with Crystal Wagner, Antoine Casals, 1010, Nuria Mora, Miss Maurice, Ian Kuali ' i.
To warm up, cocoon in the back of your chair and dive into the interview of our cover artist, the American Ron English, activist artist of the Jamming Culture cause, diverting the codes of Pop Culture and icons of modern capitalism.
The Australian Fintan Magee tells his story and his work, an artist committed to the climate issue. A third interview with French artist Katre shows a work inspired by industrial wastelands, abandoned places on the margins of cities, a work halfway between painting, photography and collage.
We then discover the portrait of the duo of Swiss-Italian artists Nevercrew and their protean production ranging from painting to installation on environmental issues, all in visual poetry. The abstract and geometrical works of the Polish Nawer invite you to penetrate then the universe of the Grafffuturism in acidulous colors, tinged with a soft musicality.
Finally, the impressive anamorphoses of Felice Varini, at the scale of the city or building, propel the viewer between arts and mathematics, in the primary colors of the early days of abstraction.
To take part (and left) in the big questions that have agitated the inhabitants of our beautiful planet since COP21, we have therefore focused many of the topics of this issue on this fundamental theme of climate and the environment.
So read Shepard Fairey's interview. Then, back in images on the finest exhibitions of late 2015 with Faith47, Finok, El Mac and Herakut, visit the Los Angeles studio of Kenny Scharf, and discover new artists in the pages of Outdoor and A work, a Artist!
Do not forget to check our agenda at the end of the issue to see the exhibitions not to be missed in galleries and museums throughout the winter.