The White Review #22
184 x 259 mm, 184 pages. London, UK
Described by Hans Ulrich Obrist as "one of the best magazines in Europe," and by the Paris Review as "alarmingly elegant," since its launch in 2011 The White Review has been quick to establish itself as a significant and much-loved new character on the art/lit journal stage. Founding Editors Benjamin Eastham and Jacques Testard considered it "a space for a new generation to express itself unconstrained by form, subject or genre," and this is reflected in the diversity of content — from long-form interview, essay and poetry, to fine art.
Design, Art Direction: Thomas Swann
‘The White Review has never cared for cover lines. In its previous 20 issues, the quarterly magazine has always resisted temptation to boast about the subjects and themes that feature inside. Issue 21 goes a step further.
For the first time in The White Review’s seven-year history, not a glimmer of text features on its front cover. True to form, there is not a cover line in sight, but there is also no magazine title. Instead, it is filled by a single artwork (in this case by Ellen de Meutter).’ Read more.