218 x 284 mm, 178 pages. London, UK
'A World Apart'
London-based contemporary art publication.
'In this issue we meet five artists who visualize the way in which humans interact, and the chasms that exist between us. Kambui Olujimi addresses the intentional muting of Black joy, creating moments of boundless possibility in his potent works. Todd Hido captures the cold division of suburban neighbours who live behind picket fences. Conversely, Sarah Slappey paints wild conglomerations of human bodies. GaHee Park explores the strange pleasures of close domestic proximity, and Rafal Milach questions how people keep on functioning under oppressive regimes.'
Editor: Emily Steer
Creative director: Robert Shore