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Issue # 23
Archive stories

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Spring/Summer 2019

Featuring: Kazuo Shinohara’s ‘House in Uehara’, Telfar Clemens, Patrick Bouju, Coco Capitán, Carlos Somorrostro, Laurie Spiegel, Tadanori Yokoo, Samiro Yunoki, Jessica Ogden, Ricky Swallow, Paloma Lanna, Nobuo Sekine, Takuro Kuwata, and Thomas Lauderdale. Plus: Spaces of Desire, a conversation between Kembra Pfahler, Robert Yang, and Joel Sanders, and ‘The Forgotten Painter,’ a story by Jean-Philippe Delhomme.


  • Coco Capitán Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 23, 2019 Interview by Maisie Skidmore Photography by Ana Cuba London: Coco Capitán has often said, will say again, that her work is just a reflection of her own life. Which is true—and which fact makes the ease with which it draws on themes of identity and...

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  • Patrick Bouju Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 23, 2019 Interview by Harry Lester Photography by Jonas Unger Saint-Georges-sur-Allier: I met Patrick 10 or 11 years ago while tasting wine in another winemaker’s cellar. Why is he immediately likeable? I think it is his laugh and his earnest interest in others, even me, then, despite my...

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  • Laurie Spiegel Originally published in ApartamentoMagazine Issue 23, 2019 Interview by Leah SingerPhotography by Angelo Pennetta The composer and musician Laurie Spiegel is distinguished by many accomplishments, including one that really sets her apart. For the past 40 years a musical composition made with computers and based on the work of a 17th-century astronomer has been...

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  • Ricky Swallow Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 23, 2019 Interview by Andrew Romano Photography by Carlos Chavarría Los Angeles: I first encountered Ricky Swallow online. Or rather, what I actually encountered was an anonymous blog called Ready for the House. It was an album quilt of objects—hundreds of objects—stitched together by some mysterious collector in...

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  • Telfar Clemens Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 23, 2019 Interview by Michael Bullock Photography by Benjamin Fredrickson New York City: New York City is the birthplace of the namesake-mega brand, pioneered by Ralph (Lauren) in the late ‘60s and perfected by a handful of designers who have used their personas and lifestyles to embed their...

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  • Paloma Lanna Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 23, 2019 Interview by Leti Sala Photography by Alba Yruela Barcelona: I first met Paloma 15 years ago through Fotolog, the first social network in Spain. This means I first met her visual universe when we were teenagers, and a bit later on I met her gestures...

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  • Takuro Kuwata Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 23, 2019 Interview by Takuhito Kawashima Photography by Chikashi Suzuki Toki City: A golden tea bowl with an enchanting lustre; an almost infectiously pop object, reminiscent of the work of Jeff Koons and Andy Warhol. The countless works produced by Takuro Kuwata exhibit a delicate balance amid their...

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  • Jessica Ogden Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 23, 2019 Interview by Adam Iezzi Photography by Alfredo Piola Ocho Rios: I first met Jessica Ogden properly at her studio in South London in 2002, when she was running her eponymous ready-to-wear label. I remember her insisting that I meet her in her studio; if I was...

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  • Kazuo Shinohara’s ‘House in Uehara’ Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 23, 2018-19 By Arquitectura-G Photography by Takashi Homma Archival imagery by Kiyoji Otsuji ‘At one end of the spectrum are those who set value on day-to-day living according to a humanist perspective. Then there are others, such as myself, who envision an abstract expanse...

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  • Samiro Yunoki Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 23, 2019 Interview by Alexander Kori Girard Photography by Nahoko Morimoto Tokyo: I first travelled to Japan 13 years ago. One of my only connections was a friend of a friend who was a b-boy from Tokyo; we hung out every day for a week, neither of us...

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  • Nobuo Sekine Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 23, 2019 Interview by Isaiah Yehros Photography by Max Farago Los Angeles: I’m sitting with my translator, Naoki, as we drive over a hill and emerge onto a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The water glares up at us with an unforgiving blueness, and cypress trees dot the...

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  • conversation Spaces of desire Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 23, 2019 A conversation chaired by Dean Kissick Photography by Kirsten Sims The mainstream discourse around gender and sexuality has come on in leaps and bounds this decade, even if there’s still a long way to go. For this conversation, we met to talk about...

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  • still life Charcoal Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 23, 2019 Concept by Ana Dominguez & Omar Sosa Photography by Nacho Alegre  

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  • Thomas Lauderdale Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 23, 2019 Interview by Kim Hastreiter Photography by Tatum Shaw Portland: I’ve gotten to know many brilliant talents throughout my life and career, but my friend Thomas Lauderdale is truly one of the most amazing, gifted, and unique people I have ever encountered. Best known as the visionary who,...

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