ELEPHANT MAGAZINE 13
In Elephant's winter 2013 issue, we talk to artists about the transition from the protected environment of the art school to the harsh realities of the art world, explore the dark scenes of painter Ronald Ophuis, and take a walk through Munich's art scene. We also talk to Filippo Minneli, whose interventions (pictured on the cover) probe the limits of street art, and we ask what art photography means in a world where not only can anyone take a picture, almost everyone does. Also featuring interviews with Jules de Balincourt, Friedrich Kunath, Jockum Nordström and many more.
Part I: Open Files: Who to see and where
Daan van Golden
Part II: Showcase
Rambharos Jha, Louise Despont and Samira Hodaei.
Part III: Research
Coming out Fighting: Featuring Justin Hammond, Adam Dix, Jonny Briggs, Julia Vogl, Tom Howse, Adeline de Monseignat, Juno Calypso and Nicky Deely.
Post Photography: The Unknown Image. Featuring Aliki Braine, Dafna Talmor, Jorma Puranen, Julie Cockburn, Charles Grogg and David Brikin.
Jockum Nordstöm: A Little Bit of Soul
Filippo Minelli: The Shape of Silence
Jules de Balincourt: New York Primitivism
Friedrich Kunath: This Is Where The West Ends
Ronald Ophius: Seasons In Hell
Munich Go See Charlie
Carlos de los Rios
VII: Book Journal
Growing Up: The Young British Artists at 50, Jeremy Cooper
A Monument: A Treated Victorian Novel, Tom Phillips