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Issue # 18
Archive stories

cover Apartamento Magazine issue #18

Autumn/Winter 2016-17

Featuring: a trip to Andrea Zittel’s A-Z West homestead in Joshua Tree, Kembra Pfahler, Molly Goddard, Luis Venegas, Jessica Koslow, Duncan Hannah, Margaret Howell, Sébastien Meyer & Arnaud Vaillant, The house as a city, Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn, JB Blunk, Fernando Arrabal, and Chloe Wise. Plus: The kamara, a series of paintings from the Peloponnese coast by Jean-Philippe Delhomme, and Making meaning, a conversation with Susan Sellers, Andrew Zuckerman, and Sam Grawe.


  • still life Patatas Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 18, 2016 Concept by Ana Dominguez & Omar Sosa Photography by Nacho Alegre  

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  • Kembra Pfahler Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 18, 2016 Interview by Michael Bullock Photography by Vincent Dilio The biography of the iconic New York artist Kembra Pfahler is as wide-ranging as it is productive. It includes formative years spent in LA’s punk scene, a decade-long ‘day-job’ as a video dominatrix, stints modelling for Playboy, Penthouse,...

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  • Magaret Howell Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 18, 2016 Interview by Hugo Macdonald Photography by Osma Harvilahti ‘Sometimes I hear their guest toilet flush upstairs’. We are sat in the open-plan living room of Margaret Howell’s almost-seaside second home on the Suffolk coast, which she bought off a school inspector from Croydon in 2002....

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  • Luis Venegas Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 18, 2016 Interview & Illustration by Jordi Labanda Photography by Nacho Alegre I met editor Luis Venegas 12 years ago through a mutual friend at a dive bar in Barcelona. Shortly after we began chatting, it already seemed as if we had known each other since forever....

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  • Molly Goddard Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 18, 2016 Interview by Danielle Pender Photography by Angelo Pennetta Molly Goddard is a fashion designer whose collections remind me of the house parties I used to go to as a teenager. Parties that were full of girls with an awkward prettiness about them, their hair sweaty and matted...

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  • Duncan Hannah Originally published in ApartamentoMagazine Issue 18, 2016-17 Interview by Jim WalrodPhotography by Richard Kern New York City: Duncan Hannah is a New York City–based painter who has lived and worked in his apartment on the Upper West Side since 1977. After a Midwestern childhood filled with a curiosity towards art and all things British...

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  • The House as a City Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 18, 2016 By Arquitectura-G Photography by Adrià Cañameras Archival Imagery courtesy of Benedetta Tagliabue The house of Benedetta Tagliabue is hidden on a small street of the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona. When observing the façades from the exterior, it’s difficult to imagine the magical nooks...

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  • Jessica Koslow Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 18, 2016 Interview by Dean Kissick Photography by Ye Rin Mok When I came back to Los Angeles in March I had a friend visiting from Canada who used to drive me to Sqirl every morning for the drip coffee, which is thick and rich and comes...

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  • JB Blunk Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 18, 2016 Interview by Alexander Kori Girard Photography by Leslie Williamson Archival imagery courtesy of the JB Blunk Estate I first met Mariah Nielson about six years ago at a gallery on 24th Street in the Mission District of San Francisco. A mutual friend who ran the...

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  • Sébastien & Arnaud Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 18, 2016 Interview by Haydée Touitou Photography by Emanuele Fontanesi I was probably chosen to do this interview because I live three Parisian buildings away from Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant’s beautiful home. When I entered a courtyard that takes you back in time, about 47 seconds...

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  • Jeanne Rohatyn Greenberg Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 18, 2016 Interview by Leah Singer Photography by Jason Frank Rothenberg Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn is a noticer, but she doesn’t just notice what is hiding all around her. She knows that is not enough, so she plunges into action, whether it’s giving deserved exhibitions to longstanding artists who...

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  • Fernando Arrabal Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 18, 2016 Interview by Pau Guinart Photography by Josep Fonti We wait to buzz until 2.21pm, the exact time we have been appointed. Fernando receives us with his usual double pair of glasses covering his forehead. ‘Nothing is true or false, it all depends on the colour of...

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  • front section Jules the house guest Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 18, 2016 text by James Ross-Edwards illustration by Oscar Grønner JULES AT ANDY’S HOUSE, 2013 Jules used a knife, then two forks to separate the meat from the greasy carcass, then shred it. The water in the saucepan was boiling now. Jules grabbed the...

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  • conversation Making Meaning Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 18, 2016 A conversation chaired by Tag Christof Illustration by Pieter Van Eenoge Design is a verb. As such, its products and processes are shaped by culture, informed by narrative, and understood through imagery—perhaps more so than ever in an age where everything converges on social media....

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  • Chloe Wise Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 18, 2016 Interview by Kat Herriman Photography by Jody Rogac New York City: Artist Chloe Wise’s social media tactics might make her a lightning rod among her peers, but positive or negative she seems to thrive off the energy. She talks quickly, and when she pauses, it’s...

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  • Andrea Zittel Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 18, 2016 Interview by Alix Browne Photography by Ryan Lowry Joshua Tree, California: The artist Andrea Zittel lives in the desert in Joshua Tree, California, with a trio of dogs (Maggie Peppercorn, Mona Winona, Owlette), a pair of cats (Mood Cloud, Stripy Tiger Wolf), assorted fish, a burgeoning...

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  • front section The Kamara Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 18, 2016-17 by Jean-Philippe Delhomme Each time we come back, it’s the same bliss. The road high above the sea gives you the sense of diving into the sky. Then it’s a drive down a winding road carved into the cliff on the wilder side...

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