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    212 Magazine Issue 13 (the Herland Issue) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Spring is here and so is the new issue of 212 Magazine!

    What brings us here today are our dreams and the path we have long been on, despite the obstacles, the dogmas, the ever-shifting expectations and standards set for women as well as centuries of masculine imposition we have struggled to overcome – much like the society composed entirely of women that Charlotte Perkins Gilman describes in her utopian novel, ‘Herland’.

    The heroes and storytellers in this issue might come from different cultures and societies, have disparate lifestyles, but essentially, they all have one thing in common: being a woman.

    Welcome to Herland, the sanctuary of the feminine mind and creation.

    212 magazine is a new biannual publication from Istanbul. It contains short fiction and long-form reportage; distinctive photo essays and revealing interviews. Even though it was born in the city where east meets west (as the love-worn cliche goes), the magazine seeks to transcend the loaded dichotomies of Istanbul’s favourite metaphor, and extends its gaze far beyond the region. The name “212” comes from the area code for Istanbul, but it also happens to be the area code for New York – a piece of misdirection that’s characteristic of the magazine’s ethos: as soon as you try too hard to close in on your subject it has a habit of defying you. Rather than pigeonholing ideas into narrow parameters, 212’s contributors trace connections that will surprise and delight. Each issue is centred around a loose theme – the first is Strange Days. 212 aims to be as challenging as it is influential – to provide an inclusive space for ideas and perspectives to mix without prejudice and better interrogate social, artistic and cultural phenomena from the region and around the world.

    Content

    • Cover story — Photography by Emma Summerton, styling by Daniela Paudice.
    • Memoria of a Life Well Lived with Tilda Swinton — Interview by Merve Arkunlar, photography by Peter Hapak
    • The Imperfect Story Of Beauty — Photography by Annalie Vandendael, words by Gözde Ulusoy
    • Wild Geese — Poem by Hera Lindsey Bird, artwork by Kendra Bulgrin
    • Chrysanthemum — Short Story by Eli̇f Demi̇rel, artwork By Molly Harmon
    • Heidi Ukkonen: Remains Of The Day — Words by Itır Yıldız
    • We Are Never Coming Back — Photography by Justine Kurland, words by İpek Çınar
    • A Breath of Nostalgia — Photography by Aimée Hoving
    • Traces — Photography By Weronika Gęsicka, words by Itır Yıldız
    • Motherload — Photography By Li̇sa Sorgi̇ni̇, words by İpek Çınar
    • Under the Same Star — Photography By Li̇ssa Rivera Text By Sıla Demiral
    • The Cindy Sherman Effect — Photography by Cindy Sherman
    • A Road Called Freedom With Manon Garcia — Interview By Sıla Demi̇ral, photography By Astrid Di Crollalanza
    • Memories Of The Future — Fashion Story by Gwen Trannoy, styling by Konca Aykan
    • Navona Square — Short Story by Tezer Özlü, artwork by Arlene Morris

    Contributors

    Adworldistanbul, Sunay Akyıldız, Raquel Andrès, Milton Arellano, Hera Lindsey Bird, Alex Bruno, Kendra Bulgrin, Joe Burwin, Luke Chamberlain, Astrid di Crollalanza, İpek Çınar, Elif Demirel, Weronika Gęsicka, Sasha Goddard, Kerimcan Goren, Molly Harman, Aimée Hoving, Ania Jozwiak, Michael Kramer, Justine Kurland, Melih Levi, Maddy Martin, Lisa Dymph Megens, Juli Molnar, Alex Moreno, Arlene Morris, Tamara Ohene, Tezer Özlü, Daniela Paudice, Susan Price, Benjamin Puckey, Lissa Rivera, Madeleine Root, Emmanuel Rosario, Viki Rutsch, Myuji Sato, Cindy Sherman, Joanna Smirnova, Özge Somersan, Lisa Sorgini, Emma Summerton, Matthew Thompson, John Todd, Gwenaëlle Trannoy, Yuko Tsuchihashi, Megan Tully, Ethan Turnbull, Heidi Ukkonen, Gözde Ulusoy, Gizem Ünsalan, Annelie Vandendael, Dženana Vucic, Sara Grace Wallerstedt, Iga Wasylczuk, Itır Yıldız, Quinn Young, Eloise and Georgina.

    Special thanks to

    Tilda Swinton, Manon Garcia, Cindy Sherman, Cindy Sherman Studio, Hallwalls, Edmund Cardoni, Emily Tucker, MUBI, 143 Productions, ACN Studio, Emma Studio, Exposure, Hauser & Wirth, Hen House, JM Scouting, Jednotska Gallery, Premier, The Match Factory, The Smile, Saint Luke, The Society, The Wall Group, Untitled Studio, YKY Yayınları.

    Details: 212 Magazine – Issue 13

    148 pages, 28 x 38 cm, 900 grams

    Article No. bf212mag0013 Published by 212 Magazine Manufactured in Turkey Available in English Tags · · Reading situation Home Weight 1100 g Dimensions 39 × 28 × 2 cm

    212 Magazine Issue 13 (the Herland Issue) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Spring is here and so is the new issue of 212 Magazine!

    What brings us here today are our dreams and the path we have long been on, despite the obstacles, the dogmas, the ever-shifting expectations and standards set for women as well as centuries of masculine imposition we have struggled to overcome – much like the society composed entirely of women that Charlotte Perkins Gilman describes in her utopian novel, ‘Herland’.

    The heroes and storytellers in this issue might come from different cultures and societies, have disparate lifestyles, but essentially, they all have one thing in common: being a woman.

    Welcome to Herland, the sanctuary of the feminine mind and creation.

    212 magazine is a new biannual publication from Istanbul. It contains short fiction and long-form reportage; distinctive photo essays and revealing interviews. Even though it was born in the city where east meets west (as the love-worn cliche goes), the magazine seeks to transcend the loaded dichotomies of Istanbul’s favourite metaphor, and extends its gaze far beyond the region. The name “212” comes from the area code for Istanbul, but it also happens to be the area code for New York – a piece of misdirection that’s characteristic of the magazine’s ethos: as soon as you try too hard to close in on your subject it has a habit of defying you. Rather than pigeonholing ideas into narrow parameters, 212’s contributors trace connections that will surprise and delight. Each issue is centred around a loose theme – the first is Strange Days. 212 aims to be as challenging as it is influential – to provide an inclusive space for ideas and perspectives to mix without prejudice and better interrogate social, artistic and cultural phenomena from the region and around the world.

    Content

    • Cover story — Photography by Emma Summerton, styling by Daniela Paudice.
    • Memoria of a Life Well Lived with Tilda Swinton — Interview by Merve Arkunlar, photography by Peter Hapak
    • The Imperfect Story Of Beauty — Photography by Annalie Vandendael, words by Gözde Ulusoy
    • Wild Geese — Poem by Hera Lindsey Bird, artwork by Kendra Bulgrin
    • Chrysanthemum — Short Story by Eli̇f Demi̇rel, artwork By Molly Harmon
    • Heidi Ukkonen: Remains Of The Day — Words by Itır Yıldız
    • We Are Never Coming Back — Photography by Justine Kurland, words by İpek Çınar
    • A Breath of Nostalgia — Photography by Aimée Hoving
    • Traces — Photography By Weronika Gęsicka, words by Itır Yıldız
    • Motherload — Photography By Li̇sa Sorgi̇ni̇, words by İpek Çınar
    • Under the Same Star — Photography By Li̇ssa Rivera Text By Sıla Demiral
    • The Cindy Sherman Effect — Photography by Cindy Sherman
    • A Road Called Freedom With Manon Garcia — Interview By Sıla Demi̇ral, photography By Astrid Di Crollalanza
    • Memories Of The Future — Fashion Story by Gwen Trannoy, styling by Konca Aykan
    • Navona Square — Short Story by Tezer Özlü, artwork by Arlene Morris

    Contributors

    Adworldistanbul, Sunay Akyıldız, Raquel Andrès, Milton Arellano, Hera Lindsey Bird, Alex Bruno, Kendra Bulgrin, Joe Burwin, Luke Chamberlain, Astrid di Crollalanza, İpek Çınar, Elif Demirel, Weronika Gęsicka, Sasha Goddard, Kerimcan Goren, Molly Harman, Aimée Hoving, Ania Jozwiak, Michael Kramer, Justine Kurland, Melih Levi, Maddy Martin, Lisa Dymph Megens, Juli Molnar, Alex Moreno, Arlene Morris, Tamara Ohene, Tezer Özlü, Daniela Paudice, Susan Price, Benjamin Puckey, Lissa Rivera, Madeleine Root, Emmanuel Rosario, Viki Rutsch, Myuji Sato, Cindy Sherman, Joanna Smirnova, Özge Somersan, Lisa Sorgini, Emma Summerton, Matthew Thompson, John Todd, Gwenaëlle Trannoy, Yuko Tsuchihashi, Megan Tully, Ethan Turnbull, Heidi Ukkonen, Gözde Ulusoy, Gizem Ünsalan, Annelie Vandendael, Dženana Vucic, Sara Grace Wallerstedt, Iga Wasylczuk, Itır Yıldız, Quinn Young, Eloise and Georgina.

    Special thanks to

    Tilda Swinton, Manon Garcia, Cindy Sherman, Cindy Sherman Studio, Hallwalls, Edmund Cardoni, Emily Tucker, MUBI, 143 Productions, ACN Studio, Emma Studio, Exposure, Hauser & Wirth, Hen House, JM Scouting, Jednotska Gallery, Premier, The Match Factory, The Smile, Saint Luke, The Society, The Wall Group, Untitled Studio, YKY Yayınları.

    Details: 212 Magazine – Issue 13

    148 pages, 28 x 38 cm, 900 grams

    Article No. bf212mag0013 Published by 212 Magazine Manufactured in Turkey Available in English Tags · · Reading situation Home Weight 1100 g Dimensions 39 × 28 × 2 cm
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