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Issue # 26
Archive stories

Autumn/Winter 2020-21

Featuring: Martine Rose, Carlo Rovelli, Anne Holtrop, James Wines, Kali Malone, Bernadette Després, Charles Perry, Manuel Núñez Yanowsky, Park Seo-Bo, Ottessa Moshfegh, Andrea Branzi, Olivier Mosset, Tunde Wey, and Thomas Demand. Plus: Willi Smith’s life on Lispenard, a conversation on the Indigenous Australian concept of Country, a selection of Luigi Ghirri interiors by Matt Connors, and ‘Funny body’, a short story by Yelena Moskovich.


  • Martine Rose Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 26, 2020-21 Interview by Maisie Skidmore Photography by Lucie Rox London: London is woven into the fabric of Martine Rose’s collections. For once, it’s not hyperbolic to claim so; in her Autumn/Winter 2020 collection, the designer included shirts and sharply tailored jacquard jackets inscribed with the words...

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  • Carlo Rovelli Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 26, 2020-21 Interview by Emanuele Quinz Photography by Piotr Niepsuj Verona: Carlo Rovelli writes bestsellers. But he doesn’t write detective stories, family sagas, or other kinds of novels favoured by the general public. Rather, he’s a physicist, and in his books—like Seven Brief Lessons on Physics, translated...

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  • Ottessa Moshfegh Originally published in Apartamento Magazine Issue 26, 2020-21 Interview by Oliver Mol Photography by Ye Rin Mok Pasadena: How to describe Ottessa Moshfegh? I could tell you that she is an American author and novelist, that she was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize and was a finalist for the Story Prize, that...

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