Supplement Magazine Issue 4
Supplement is a new magazine devoted to contemporary culture. Supplement's mission is to inspire, educate and excite creative minds, and is curated like a gallery, presenting a neutral aesthetic allowing the words and images commissioned by the magazine from leading figures in the fashion, art and design communities to live as if they were being presented in a gallery setting. The cover features Lera Abova shot by Mariano Vivanco.
At a time when borders are being inked in ever more heavily, this edition of Supplement is dedicated to the artists, writers, performers, photographers and other creative individuals whose work recognises no such boundaries. Find out what happened when Olympia Campbell shoots with Mark Steinmetz. Learn how Simone Rocha, the Irish-born daughter of a first-generation Hong Kong immigrant became the British Fashion Council's Designer of the Year. And find out why New York is the silent cast member in French auteur Lola Bessis's debut film? The contemporary dancers turned choreographers JirÃ and Otto BubenÃcek were born in Poland to Czech circus performers and now trot the globe themselves; Joan Jonas combined Japanese theatre with Renaissance painting to become an internationally recognised figure within performance art; Cosey Fanni Tutti's early, pre-Throbbing Gristle art stunts began as something of a scandal, yet now she's been invited to revisit these works as Hull celebrates its status as City of Culture; Christopher Williams manages to marry the high-gloss production values of Hollywood with the high-brow critical thinking of northern Europe, creating some of the best photography and some equally impressive captions; and Hot Chip's Alexis Taylor buddies up with an international array of musicians to rework compositions from his 2016 solo album, Piano. Elsewhere in this issue, photographer Andrew Vowles and stylist Raphael Hirsch have brought together the works of Robert Mapplethorpe and Raf Simons; Mariano Vivanco and Teddy Czopp have taken this season's collections to the rough end of clown town; and Francesco Nazardo and Peghah Maleknejad have conjured up their own, quieter inner country of puff sleeves and heavy embroidery.
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