Paradis is a cult French magazine focusing on slow-paced cultural content sumptuously illustrated by the world’s leading artists and photographers.
In Paradis, Juergen Teller photographs Charlotte Rampling and Raquel Zimmermann naked at the Louvre museum, Cindy Sherman shares an exclusive portfolio of previously unseen photographs, David Hockney considers his relationship with nature, and the former assistants of Helmut Newton, Irving Penn and Orson Welles discuss what working for them was like, while photographer Robert Polidori gets to visit Yves Saint-Laurent’s house just before all his furniture and art pieces were removed to be auctioned.
Paradis indulges in the ultimate luxury in publishing: releasing an issue when, and only when, it’s considered to be truly complete.
PARADIS N°6 GB
23.5 x 30