Lindsay magazine No. 4 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. In Issue No. 4 we meet Nigerian-born artist Toyin Ojih Odutola, Indigenous Australian Elders Uncle Bob Smith and Aunty Caroline Bradshaw, and Palestinian-American chef and artist Amanny Ahmad. We peer inside the Parisian ateliers Lesage and Lemarié, muse over the elegant lines of historical European chair design and celebrate the colourful woodblock prints of Japanese artist Awazu Kiyoshi. We reflect on the connection to one’s home post-migration, consider what it’s like to pray in different parts of the world and discover why the Filipino mango is the best of them all. And we venture along Morocco’s Honey Highway, get lost in the markets of Oaxaca and discover the favours of Ghana.
After three issues, which have captured the attention of readers, stockists and media worldwide, Lindsay launches Issue No. 4 with two covers: one of Nigerian-born, New York-based artist Toyin Ojih Odutola (who recently exhibited at The Whitney) interviewed by Kimberly Drew, and the other a close up of the hand-manipulated fabric of Lemarié—one of the ateliers on the outskirts of Paris who is behind the hand-made flowers and pleats for couturiers such as Chanel, Dior and Givenchy—photographed by Lindsay’s creative director Beth Wilkinson.
In this issue we also meet Palestinian-American chef and artist Amanny Ahmad who speaks about the inherent politics in food, Indigenous Australian Elders Uncle Bob and Aunty Caroline speak about how they revived their native Dunghutti language, and Stanislava Pinchuk (Miso) and Nic Dowse (Honey Fingers) take us on a trip along Morocco’s Honey Highway.
Lindsay magazine is a biannual print publication celebrating the importance of culture and place. Founded and edited by Beth Wilkinson, Lindsay is an independent magazine created in collaboration with brilliant writers, photographers and artists from around the globe. Lindsay was founded in Melbourne, Australia, on the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. We pay our respect to their ancestors and elders—past, present and future—and value the role of storytelling in their culture, which is amongst the oldest living cultures in the world. The magazine is named after Beth’s grandfather (Lindsay James Stanger), a man who documented the world with his many analog cameras—a collection Beth would later inherit—this publication echoes his approach to life: with an open mind, a thirst for learning and a love for sharing stories. Every place is more than just a location: each has its own history, identity and feeling. Inspired by the way a Joan Didion essay can help you understand the complexities of city like L.A. or the moment in a Wong Kar-wai film when you feel the mystery of an old Hong Kong alley, Lindsay hopes to transport people. With essays mixed in with film reviews, interviews next to recipes, the thread that ties each piece together is place.
Zoe Adjonyoh, Andres Altamirano, Osman Bari, Oslo Davis, Olivia Dennis, Nic Dowse, Kimberly Drew, Marsha Golemac, Max Hayward, Olga de la Iglesia, Jessica Jacolbe, Leila Khoshoie, Jamie Lozoff, Bonnie Jean Mooney, Stanislava Pinchuk,Matt Rabbidge, Liz Rowland, Christopher Schreck, Josh Smith, Leili Walker, Beth Wilkinson
Details: Lindsay Magazine No. 4
Lindsay is a 160-page celebration of the world printed in The Netherlands on Arctic’s Munken Lynx Rough (FSCTM and PEFC certified) with a European Otabind for easy reading. This keepsake measures in at 240 x 170 mm.