Ala Champ Magazine 10 - Cover

Ala Champ #10

£12.00

Created by an all-female editorial team, this 10th issue of Ala Champ, champions remarkable global female creatives.

Featuring: Fondazione Prada, Venice Biennale, Xiang Jing, Louise Bourgeois ‘Cells’ at the Haus der Kunst & 23 POWER WOMEN in Contemporary Culture

INTERVIEWS AND CONVERSATIONS with Zana Bayne/ Phoebe English / Faustine Steinmetz / cote et ciel designer E... ​​Read More

Created by an all-female editorial team, this 10th issue of Ala Champ, champions remarkable global female creatives.

Featuring: Fondazione Prada, Venice Biennale, Xiang Jing, Louise Bourgeois ‘Cells’ at the Haus der Kunst & 23 POWER WOMEN in Contemporary Culture

INTERVIEWS AND CONVERSATIONS with Zana Bayne/ Phoebe English / Faustine Steinmetz / cote et ciel designer E Arnault / Nudie Jeans founder Maria Erixon / Museum Brandhorst Curator Julienne Lorz


ART REMARKABLE PLACES | Villa Noailles (France), Spring Workshop (Hong Kong), Marina Abramovic Dream House (Japan), Georgia O’Keefe Mu- seum (New Mexico), Schaulager (Basel), Kinza Art House Project (Japan), Garage Contemporary (Moscow), Delfina Foundation (London)

POETRY & PROSE by Greta Bellamacina. Pivotal contemporary female poets Rebecca Perry, A.K. Blakemore, Afshan Shafi, Rosalind Jana and Greta Bellamacina.

CHAMP INSIGHT Personal Stories from Victoria Sin, Joy Yoon, Luli Shioi and Tessa Edwards.


IN CONVERSATION with Reba Maybury and Hope Plescia of Sang Bleu.


EDITORIALS featuring Marques Almeida, Faustine Steinmetz, Simone Rocha, Ann Demeulemeester, Martine Rose, Marni, Isabel Marant


ARCHITECTURE VANGUARD IN FOCUS: Women at the Forefront
Kathryn Findlay / Lina Bo Bardi / Zaha Hadid / Alison Smithson / Grafton / Elizabeth Diller / Farshid Moussavi


Ala Champ is a biannual international printed magazine from Tokyo and London, focusing on curiosity and investigations into creativity and cultural insight.

20cm X 26cm
Softcover
2015
English
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Ala Champ is a biannual international printed magazine from Tokyo and London, focusing on curiosity and investigations into creativity and cultural insight.