Mincho Magazine Issue 15 is here and you will be pleasantly surprised by the results of the fertile dialogue between drawing and the performing arts that are featured in this new issue. A selection of posters, books, and scenographies that establish a bridge between creators and spectators, offering innovative images to the presence of words, dance, and music.
The prominent contributions of visual artists to the performing arts throughout the 20th century are well known. We have gathered the stage and costume designs of three multifaceted artists – the Japanese ceramicist, Jun Kaneko (cover artist), the South African filmmaker, William Kentridge, and the Canadian artist, Marcel Dzama – who share experimental vocation.
Illustration: Illustration Goes on Stage (Paul Cox, Saul Steinberg, Fredun Shapur, Laurent Moreau) // Elena Odriozola (interview)
In Motion: William Kentridge
Comic: Alan Moore // Roberto Massó
Art + Design: Jun Kaneko (cover artist) // Michel Bouvet
The New Contemporary: Marcel Dzama
Have a Nice Book: Among Discordant Notes ( Carl Norac & Rébecca Dautremer, Patricia Hruby Powelle & Chritian Robison, Mª Isabel Sánchez & Bàrbara Alca)
To See & Be Seen