MATTO Magazine Issue 1 is available now at LOREM (not Ipsum). MATTO is a biannual magazine featuring a little bit of this, and a little bit of that from ‘art-photography-design-literature-fashion-sex’. In the first issue, interviews and studio visits with creatives such as Masaho Anotani, Metasitu, Claire Barclay, Metahaven and Marlene Huissoud, and photography series by Araki Nobuyoshi, Alice Schillaci, Ana Kras and Alice Schillaci, and more.
Contents of this first issue: a studio visit with a Japanese artist MASAHO ANOTANI in Tokyo, an interview and home visit with urban research duo METASITU based in Kiev/Athens, a 24- page portfolio by ARAKI NOBUYOSHI, an interview with a Swiss-Chilean shoe designer NINA CHRISTEN formerly working for Celine, an interview with METAHAVEN on their video work at ICA London, non- ction by Irish writer and lecturer MARIA FUSCO, an interview with an Indian designer HARSH PAREKH working at Maison Lesage, photography by award-winning director CLAIRE COTTRELL based in Los Angeles, a conversation on unusual materials with a Scottish installation artist CLAIRE BARCLAY, a reportage of a fetish soiree Department-H in Tokyo by SAKIKO NOMURA, collages by MAKOTO ORUI, a studio visit with experimental designer MARLENE HUISSOUD working with insect waste, an interview and photography series by ANA KRAS, a Serbian photographer-designer based in New York, a conversation on sartorial matters with ANJA CRONBERG, the founder of Vestoj, a photography series by ALICE SCHILLACI, a reportage from a clubbing soiree LA TOILETTE in Paris, a special design feature by THESEUS CHAN from WORK Singapore, working closely on projects with Rei Kawakubo.
MATTO is created by Aldo Buscalferri and Dominika Hadelova, based in Paris. MATTO is a magazine as well as a multidisciplinary studio. Twice a year we publish the independent MATTO magazine about ‘art-design-literature-photography-fashion-sex’. MATTO magazine was launched in December 2018. MATTO magazine combines art, design, fashion, literature and photography.
270 x 200 mm / 144 pages