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Revue est un magazine français dédié à l’esthétique contemporaine. Inspiré par la littérature, tant pour la diversité de ses formes que pour ses références graphiques, Revue n’est pas contraint par l’actualité. Mode, art, musique, architecture, cinéma, danse, les disciplines artistiques y dialoguent par le biais de conversations inédites. 
Les invités et contributeurs de Revue reflètent la richesse de la scène culturelle française et de ses amitiés internationales : créative, bavarde, curieuse, généreuse.

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Revue Issue 6
Revue Issue 6
Revue Issue 6

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Revue N°6

Revue Issue 6

Where does the future begin? Deceptively simple, this question has received complex answers from the sciences and major philosophical movements. It is above all an inexhaustible creative compost, the nursery of science fiction, a literary genre that endlessly inspires other artistic disciplines, from fashion to cinema and the fine arts. 
             Beyond anxiety-ridden projections, it strikes us as essential to consider the future as a surprise, an unexpected novelty. It is this sense of originality, this thrill of the unknown, and its multitudinous possibilities that makes it so inspiring. From the twisted reflections of the past to the conquest of space, this sixth issue of Revue conjugates the future in the plural and presents various visions of what tomorrow might be.

Contributors
SIGRID BOUAZIZ, GOLGOTHA,LOÏC HENRY, KAPWANI KIWANGA, MATHIEU LINDON, HEINZ MACK, LÁSZLÓ MOHOLY-NAGY, NASA, LUCIA PICA, NATACHA RAMSAY-LEVI, RIRKRIT TIRAVANIJA  

Photographers
HUGO COMTE, LAURA COULSON, LEON MARK, MÉLANIE+RAMON, STEFANIE MOSHAMMER, MARTON PERLAKI, BENJAMIN VNUK, LIAM WARWICK 

Stylists
JACK BORKETT, DANIELLE VAN CAMP, VITTORIA CERCIELLO, JULIAN GANIO, MELISSA LEVY, MAURICIO NARDI 

Where does the future begin? Deceptively simple, this question has received complex answers from the sciences and major philosophical movements. It is above all an inexhaustible creative compost, the nursery of science fiction, a literary genre that endlessly inspires other artistic disciplines, from fashion to cinema and the fine arts. 
             Beyond anxiety-ridden projections, it strikes us as essential to consider the future as a surprise, an unexpected novelty. It is this sense of originality, this thrill of the unknown, and its multitudinous possibilities that makes it so inspiring. From the twisted reflections of the past to the conquest of space, this sixth issue of Revue conjugates the future in the plural and presents various visions of what tomorrow might be.

Contributors
SIGRID BOUAZIZ, GOLGOTHA,LOÏC HENRY, KAPWANI KIWANGA, MATHIEU LINDON, HEINZ MACK, LÁSZLÓ MOHOLY-NAGY, NASA, LUCIA PICA, NATACHA RAMSAY-LEVI, RIRKRIT TIRAVANIJA  

Photographers
HUGO COMTE, LAURA COULSON, LEON MARK, MÉLANIE+RAMON, STEFANIE MOSHAMMER, MARTON PERLAKI, BENJAMIN VNUK, LIAM WARWICK 

Stylists
JACK BORKETT, DANIELLE VAN CAMP, VITTORIA CERCIELLO, JULIAN GANIO, MELISSA LEVY, MAURICIO NARDI 

Price

12 €

Origin

France

Format

24x30cm

Weight

1300g

Revue Issue 5
Revue Issue 5
Revue Issue 5

Revue N°5

Revue Issue 5


If science has been able to theorize chance, it remains a difficult concept to define. To try to circumscribe it is to contradict its impermanent nature. Touch it, modeling it from words, is already transforming it. Unstable, this random is a wonderful creative and philosophical matter. History has proved it many times; Dadaism has erected it as a method and put at the service of an inventive and uninhibited art. Chance is a game. Remember that the word comes from the Arabic "yasara" meaning "to play dice", Latin declination of "hazard". It is this creative, uncontrollable and joyous principle that we wished to celebrate in this fifth issue of Revue: to let oneself be crossed by the unexpected, to have fun with images and words, to welcome new encounters.

Contributors: 
Arp, Olgaç Bozalp, Tom Burr, Marc-Camille Chaimowicz, Chloé, Lea Colombo, Olivier Degorce, Thomas Demand, Sophie Green, Jules Julien, Greta Ilieva, Erik Kessels, (La)Horde, Peter Langer, Mallarmé, Stef Mitchell, Pierre Paulin, Pierre Paulin, Georges Perec, Maciek Pozoga, Tina Tyrell, Daisuke Yokota.


If science has been able to theorize chance, it remains a difficult concept to define. To try to circumscribe it is to contradict its impermanent nature. Touch it, modeling it from words, is already transforming it. Unstable, this random is a wonderful creative and philosophical matter. History has proved it many times; Dadaism has erected it as a method and put at the service of an inventive and uninhibited art. Chance is a game. Remember that the word comes from the Arabic "yasara" meaning "to play dice", Latin declination of "hazard". It is this creative, uncontrollable and joyous principle that we wished to celebrate in this fifth issue of Revue: to let oneself be crossed by the unexpected, to have fun with images and words, to welcome new encounters.

Contributors: 
Arp, Olgaç Bozalp, Tom Burr, Marc-Camille Chaimowicz, Chloé, Lea Colombo, Olivier Degorce, Thomas Demand, Sophie Green, Jules Julien, Greta Ilieva, Erik Kessels, (La)Horde, Peter Langer, Mallarmé, Stef Mitchell, Pierre Paulin, Pierre Paulin, Georges Perec, Maciek Pozoga, Tina Tyrell, Daisuke Yokota.

Price

12 €

Origin

France

Format

24x30cm

Weight

1300g

Revue Issue 4-1

Revue N°4-1

Revue Issue 4-1

What is there left to share?

To this question, this fourth issue of Revue provides a few elements of response through the idea of virtue. When everything seems to fall apart, moral fibre provides a straight line to fall behind and keep us in check. All the same, it is not a question here of celebrating rigour and puritanism. Intellectual virtues are understood here as a set of values that encourage us to seek the truth. Aristotle considered that the cardinal virtues — courage, temperance, justice, and prudence — are based on human sensitivity. Thus virtue can be considered a critical tool capable of guiding us towards what is best. 

Revue adopts this set of positive values, keeping our eyes open and aware of the world around us and our torments.

Contributors: Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, Sophie Calle, Julien Dossena, Études, Fishbach, Thomas Hauser, Hill & Aubrey, Greta Ilieva, Barbara Kasten, Stef Mitchell, Tom de Peyret, Adrian Samson, Surkin, Céline Sciamma, Nicole Maria Winkler…

What is there left to share?

To this question, this fourth issue of Revue provides a few elements of response through the idea of virtue. When everything seems to fall apart, moral fibre provides a straight line to fall behind and keep us in check. All the same, it is not a question here of celebrating rigour and puritanism. Intellectual virtues are understood here as a set of values that encourage us to seek the truth. Aristotle considered that the cardinal virtues — courage, temperance, justice, and prudence — are based on human sensitivity. Thus virtue can be considered a critical tool capable of guiding us towards what is best. 

Revue adopts this set of positive values, keeping our eyes open and aware of the world around us and our torments.

Contributors: Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, Sophie Calle, Julien Dossena, Études, Fishbach, Thomas Hauser, Hill & Aubrey, Greta Ilieva, Barbara Kasten, Stef Mitchell, Tom de Peyret, Adrian Samson, Surkin, Céline Sciamma, Nicole Maria Winkler…

Price

12 €

Origin

France

Format

24x30cm

Weight

1100g

Revue Issue 4-2

Revue N°4-2

Revue Issue 4-2

What is there left to share?

To this question, this fourth issue of Revue provides a few elements of response through the idea of virtue. When everything seems to fall apart, moral fibre provides a straight line to fall behind and keep us in check. All the same, it is not a question here of celebrating rigour and puritanism. Intellectual virtues are understood here as a set of values that encourage us to seek the truth. Aristotle considered that the cardinal virtues — courage, temperance, justice, and prudence — are based on human sensitivity. Thus virtue can be considered a critical tool capable of guiding us towards what is best. 

Revue adopts this set of positive values, keeping our eyes open and aware of the world around us and our torments.

Contributors: Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, Sophie Calle, Julien Dossena, Études, Fishbach, Thomas Hauser, Hill & Aubrey, Greta Ilieva, Barbara Kasten, Stef Mitchell, Tom de Peyret, Adrian Samson, Surkin, Céline Sciamma, Nicole Maria Winkler…

What is there left to share?

To this question, this fourth issue of Revue provides a few elements of response through the idea of virtue. When everything seems to fall apart, moral fibre provides a straight line to fall behind and keep us in check. All the same, it is not a question here of celebrating rigour and puritanism. Intellectual virtues are understood here as a set of values that encourage us to seek the truth. Aristotle considered that the cardinal virtues — courage, temperance, justice, and prudence — are based on human sensitivity. Thus virtue can be considered a critical tool capable of guiding us towards what is best. 

Revue adopts this set of positive values, keeping our eyes open and aware of the world around us and our torments.

Contributors: Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, Sophie Calle, Julien Dossena, Études, Fishbach, Thomas Hauser, Hill & Aubrey, Greta Ilieva, Barbara Kasten, Stef Mitchell, Tom de Peyret, Adrian Samson, Surkin, Céline Sciamma, Nicole Maria Winkler…

Price

12 €

Origin

France

Format

24x30cm

Weight

1100g

Revue Issue 4-3

Revue N°4-3

Revue Issue 4-3

What is there left to share?

To this question, this fourth issue of Revue provides a few elements of response through the idea of virtue. When everything seems to fall apart, moral fibre provides a straight line to fall behind and keep us in check. All the same, it is not a question here of celebrating rigour and puritanism. Intellectual virtues are understood here as a set of values that encourage us to seek the truth. Aristotle considered that the cardinal virtues — courage, temperance, justice, and prudence — are based on human sensitivity. Thus virtue can be considered a critical tool capable of guiding us towards what is best. 

Revue adopts this set of positive values, keeping our eyes open and aware of the world around us and our torments.

Contributors: Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, Sophie Calle, Julien Dossena, Études, Fishbach, Thomas Hauser, Hill & Aubrey, Greta Ilieva, Barbara Kasten, Stef Mitchell, Tom de Peyret, Adrian Samson, Surkin, Céline Sciamma, Nicole Maria Winkler…

What is there left to share?

To this question, this fourth issue of Revue provides a few elements of response through the idea of virtue. When everything seems to fall apart, moral fibre provides a straight line to fall behind and keep us in check. All the same, it is not a question here of celebrating rigour and puritanism. Intellectual virtues are understood here as a set of values that encourage us to seek the truth. Aristotle considered that the cardinal virtues — courage, temperance, justice, and prudence — are based on human sensitivity. Thus virtue can be considered a critical tool capable of guiding us towards what is best. 

Revue adopts this set of positive values, keeping our eyes open and aware of the world around us and our torments.

Contributors: Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, Sophie Calle, Julien Dossena, Études, Fishbach, Thomas Hauser, Hill & Aubrey, Greta Ilieva, Barbara Kasten, Stef Mitchell, Tom de Peyret, Adrian Samson, Surkin, Céline Sciamma, Nicole Maria Winkler…

Price

12 €

Origin

France

Format

24x30cm

Weight

1100g

Revue Issue 4-4

Revue N°4-4

Revue Issue 4-4

What is there left to share?

To this question, this fourth issue of Revue provides a few elements of response through the idea of virtue. When everything seems to fall apart, moral fibre provides a straight line to fall behind and keep us in check. All the same, it is not a question here of celebrating rigour and puritanism. Intellectual virtues are understood here as a set of values that encourage us to seek the truth. Aristotle considered that the cardinal virtues — courage, temperance, justice, and prudence — are based on human sensitivity. Thus virtue can be considered a critical tool capable of guiding us towards what is best. 

Revue adopts this set of positive values, keeping our eyes open and aware of the world around us and our torments.

Contributors: Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, Sophie Calle, Julien Dossena, Études, Fishbach, Thomas Hauser, Hill & Aubrey, Greta Ilieva, Barbara Kasten, Stef Mitchell, Tom de Peyret, Adrian Samson, Surkin, Céline Sciamma, Nicole Maria Winkler…

What is there left to share?

To this question, this fourth issue of Revue provides a few elements of response through the idea of virtue. When everything seems to fall apart, moral fibre provides a straight line to fall behind and keep us in check. All the same, it is not a question here of celebrating rigour and puritanism. Intellectual virtues are understood here as a set of values that encourage us to seek the truth. Aristotle considered that the cardinal virtues — courage, temperance, justice, and prudence — are based on human sensitivity. Thus virtue can be considered a critical tool capable of guiding us towards what is best. 

Revue adopts this set of positive values, keeping our eyes open and aware of the world around us and our torments.

Contributors: Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, Sophie Calle, Julien Dossena, Études, Fishbach, Thomas Hauser, Hill & Aubrey, Greta Ilieva, Barbara Kasten, Stef Mitchell, Tom de Peyret, Adrian Samson, Surkin, Céline Sciamma, Nicole Maria Winkler…

Price

12 €

Origin

France

Format

24x30cm

Weight

1100g

Revue Issue 4-5

Revue N°4-5

Revue Issue 4-5

What is there left to share?

To this question, this fourth issue of Revue provides a few elements of response through the idea of virtue. When everything seems to fall apart, moral fibre provides a straight line to fall behind and keep us in check. All the same, it is not a question here of celebrating rigour and puritanism. Intellectual virtues are understood here as a set of values that encourage us to seek the truth. Aristotle considered that the cardinal virtues — courage, temperance, justice, and prudence — are based on human sensitivity. Thus virtue can be considered a critical tool capable of guiding us towards what is best. 

Revue adopts this set of positive values, keeping our eyes open and aware of the world around us and our torments.

Contributors: Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, Sophie Calle, Julien Dossena, Études, Fishbach, Thomas Hauser, Hill & Aubrey, Greta Ilieva, Barbara Kasten, Stef Mitchell, Tom de Peyret, Adrian Samson, Surkin, Céline Sciamma, Nicole Maria Winkler…

What is there left to share?

To this question, this fourth issue of Revue provides a few elements of response through the idea of virtue. When everything seems to fall apart, moral fibre provides a straight line to fall behind and keep us in check. All the same, it is not a question here of celebrating rigour and puritanism. Intellectual virtues are understood here as a set of values that encourage us to seek the truth. Aristotle considered that the cardinal virtues — courage, temperance, justice, and prudence — are based on human sensitivity. Thus virtue can be considered a critical tool capable of guiding us towards what is best. 

Revue adopts this set of positive values, keeping our eyes open and aware of the world around us and our torments.

Contributors: Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, Sophie Calle, Julien Dossena, Études, Fishbach, Thomas Hauser, Hill & Aubrey, Greta Ilieva, Barbara Kasten, Stef Mitchell, Tom de Peyret, Adrian Samson, Surkin, Céline Sciamma, Nicole Maria Winkler…

Price

12 €

Origin

France

Format

24x30cm

Weight

1100g

Revue Issue 4-6

Revue N°4-6

Revue Issue 4-6

What is there left to share?

To this question, this fourth issue of Revue provides a few elements of response through the idea of virtue. When everything seems to fall apart, moral fibre provides a straight line to fall behind and keep us in check. All the same, it is not a question here of celebrating rigour and puritanism. Intellectual virtues are understood here as a set of values that encourage us to seek the truth. Aristotle considered that the cardinal virtues — courage, temperance, justice, and prudence — are based on human sensitivity. Thus virtue can be considered a critical tool capable of guiding us towards what is best. 

Revue adopts this set of positive values, keeping our eyes open and aware of the world around us and our torments.

Contributors: Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, Sophie Calle, Julien Dossena, Études, Fishbach, Thomas Hauser, Hill & Aubrey, Greta Ilieva, Barbara Kasten, Stef Mitchell, Tom de Peyret, Adrian Samson, Surkin, Céline Sciamma, Nicole Maria Winkler…

What is there left to share?

To this question, this fourth issue of Revue provides a few elements of response through the idea of virtue. When everything seems to fall apart, moral fibre provides a straight line to fall behind and keep us in check. All the same, it is not a question here of celebrating rigour and puritanism. Intellectual virtues are understood here as a set of values that encourage us to seek the truth. Aristotle considered that the cardinal virtues — courage, temperance, justice, and prudence — are based on human sensitivity. Thus virtue can be considered a critical tool capable of guiding us towards what is best. 

Revue adopts this set of positive values, keeping our eyes open and aware of the world around us and our torments.

Contributors: Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, Sophie Calle, Julien Dossena, Études, Fishbach, Thomas Hauser, Hill & Aubrey, Greta Ilieva, Barbara Kasten, Stef Mitchell, Tom de Peyret, Adrian Samson, Surkin, Céline Sciamma, Nicole Maria Winkler…

Price

12 €

Origin

France

Format

24x30cm

Weight

1100g

Revue Issue 3
Revue Issue 3

Revue N°3

Revue Issue 3


Contributors:
Christophe Chassol, Jacques Audiard, David Altmejd, Chistine Nagel, Karthika Naïr, Vincent Beaurin, Jesse Mockrin, Paul Chemetov, Iñaki Aizpitarte, Felipe Oliveira Baptista.

 

Photographers: Antoine D’agata, Alexandre Guirkinger, Oliver Hadlee Pearch, Mark Kean, Thomas Lohr, Joanna Piotrowska, Thomas Slack. Et les stylistes: Jack Borkett, Max Clark, Gary David Moore, Tom Van Dorpe, Mauricio Nardi.

 


Contributors:
Christophe Chassol, Jacques Audiard, David Altmejd, Chistine Nagel, Karthika Naïr, Vincent Beaurin, Jesse Mockrin, Paul Chemetov, Iñaki Aizpitarte, Felipe Oliveira Baptista.

 

Photographers: Antoine D’agata, Alexandre Guirkinger, Oliver Hadlee Pearch, Mark Kean, Thomas Lohr, Joanna Piotrowska, Thomas Slack. Et les stylistes: Jack Borkett, Max Clark, Gary David Moore, Tom Van Dorpe, Mauricio Nardi.

 

Price

12 €

Origin

France

Format

24x30cm

Weight

1100g

Revue Issue 2
Revue Issue 2

Revue N°2

Revue Issue 2


Photos:


- Brett Lloyd / Jack Borkett

- Axel Hoedt / Sasha Kelly

- Arnaud Lajeunie / Celestine Cooney

- Hart + Leshkina / Jack Borkett

- Hill & Aubrey / Mauricio Nardi

- Tom de Peyret

- Raidt Lager

 

Interviews:

- Orlan

- Xavier Veilhan / Grand Blanc

- Nicolas Ghesquière

- Mai Thu Perret


Photos:


- Brett Lloyd / Jack Borkett

- Axel Hoedt / Sasha Kelly

- Arnaud Lajeunie / Celestine Cooney

- Hart + Leshkina / Jack Borkett

- Hill & Aubrey / Mauricio Nardi

- Tom de Peyret

- Raidt Lager

 

Interviews:

- Orlan

- Xavier Veilhan / Grand Blanc

- Nicolas Ghesquière

- Mai Thu Perret

Price

12 €

Origin

France

Format

24x30cm

Weight

1100g

Revue Issue 1

Revue N°1

Revue Issue 1

Conversations & aesthetics

It’s a story that starts with a question. What motivates the production of this kind of editorial project ? There are many answers. Revue has been devised as a place where images can converse with words and vice-versa. Here, words are unfettered by current events or trends. Dance, music, cinema, fashion — all arts disciplines are combined, from one encounter to the next, offering a unique portrait of what makes the French cultural scene so richly diverse, without confining ourselves within the bounds of increasingly illegitimate borders. Revue stems from this desire to thwart formats and open up horizons.

This first issue is also pervaded by an idea that guided us in its production : mimicry. All of the subjects on our contents page deal with this notion, each in its own way. Mimicry is above all a phenomenon of learning, a way of maturing through contact with the people we admire. In this way, our guests are responsible for shaping the identity of Revue. Just like them, we want it to be creative, chatty, curious and generous. All the more reason — in case any more were needed — to embark on this editorial adventure. 


Contributors:


Brett Lloyd
Dario Cattelani
Greta Ilieva
Frédéric Chaubin
Rory Van Millingen
Peter Philips
Woodkid
The Shoes
Kelly Beeman

Conversations & aesthetics

It’s a story that starts with a question. What motivates the production of this kind of editorial project ? There are many answers. Revue has been devised as a place where images can converse with words and vice-versa. Here, words are unfettered by current events or trends. Dance, music, cinema, fashion — all arts disciplines are combined, from one encounter to the next, offering a unique portrait of what makes the French cultural scene so richly diverse, without confining ourselves within the bounds of increasingly illegitimate borders. Revue stems from this desire to thwart formats and open up horizons.

This first issue is also pervaded by an idea that guided us in its production : mimicry. All of the subjects on our contents page deal with this notion, each in its own way. Mimicry is above all a phenomenon of learning, a way of maturing through contact with the people we admire. In this way, our guests are responsible for shaping the identity of Revue. Just like them, we want it to be creative, chatty, curious and generous. All the more reason — in case any more were needed — to embark on this editorial adventure. 


Contributors:


Brett Lloyd
Dario Cattelani
Greta Ilieva
Frédéric Chaubin
Rory Van Millingen
Peter Philips
Woodkid
The Shoes
Kelly Beeman

Price

10 €

Origin

France

Format

24x30cm

Weight

800g

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