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The Plant

Twining from botanical roots through the fields of photography, art, fashion, food, ecology and horticulture, The Plant is a fresh view onto the growing world. A celebration of magnificent, modest, exotic and everyday plants, and the creative enterprises they inspire.

 

The Plant first blossomed as a biannual magazine in 2011, announcing itself as ‘a curious observer of ordinary plants and other greenery.’ Since that first issue, the magazine has commissioned special artist projects, photography portfolios, creative writing and reportage from established and emerging talents around the world. Offering beauty, scent, shade and sweetness, shelter, nourishment and warmth, The Plant is magazine as pleasure garden, promising something unexpected at every turn.

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The Plant N°21

The Plant N°21

The Plant N°21

Issue 21 is an invitation to reimagine how we relate with the world around us, and with other beings, be they humans, animals or plants. You’ll find flowers, florists and vases, bees and beekeepers, woods and crafters, fabrics and designers, poets and thinkers, grapefruits and lemons. 

A fantastic universe to dive in with: Viviane Sassen, Jack Davison, Suffo Moncloa, Omaima Salem, Clara Balzary, Lily Cole, Aurora Solá, Christina Kim, Mark Colle, Mark Peckmezian, Yoko Ono, Nikki McClarron, Ronan Gallagher, Ana Domínguez, Cameranesi Pompili, Claudia Keep, Martin Bruno, Iris Humm, Rosy Head and many more!

 

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The Plant N°20
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As the days are getting shorter and the nights longer, the 2023 autumn/winter issue of THE PLANT magazine arrives like an invitation todream, with three covers capturing the spirit of the new season: a vi-brant abstraction by photographer Lena C. Emery; a surreal mundanedelirium brought to life by German artist Amelie von Wulffen, and a scene from “Conte d’Automne”, a story by Ana Roque and Bambou Roger Kwong.

The pages of issue 20 are filled with a thoughtful collection ofstories and encounters, each meant to go beyond borders and redrawour vision of the future. This the case in Claire Touzard’s conversa-tion about current-day dilemmas with the unorthodox philosopherEmanuele Coccia; and in Dal Chodha’s exploration of the work of tex-tile artist Celia Pym in a feature photographed by Deo Suveera and Pamela Dimitrov.

You’ll also be taken on a scenic stroll around the English country-side with Margaret Howell, as told by Lucy Kumara Moore in Walks of Life; encounter the free-spirit ceramist Shun Kadohashi; explore Mat-thew McLean’s view of Nan Goldin’s work; and discover Ramdane Touhami’s hiking staples, photographed by Scheltens & Abbenes.

As a reminder of brighter times there are plenty of tales about flow-ering blooms and dream-like gardens: Takashi Homma’s portraits ofthe “New Botanical Order”, a series styled by Shotaro Yamaguchi; Alessandro Furchino Capria and Hisato Tasaka’s fashion approachto our “Immediate Environment”; a visit of Dubuffet’s Jardin d’émail; Ola Rindal’s bright memories from last summer; and our regular Loose Leaves section with stories by Elein Fleiss, Farmacy Kitchen,Le Palais Idéal, Lasting Impressions and Conie Vallese.

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The Plant N°19
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Issue 19 comes with four different covers: a daydream-like scene from ‘Flower Pot’ by Annie Collinge and Rottingdean Bazaar; an insight into the power of nature for future generations by Kerry J. Dean; an invitation by Flaminia Veronesi into her fantastical ‘Giardinio Immaginifico’; and Sara Blomqvist wearing BLESS, the free-spirited 1990s fashion project.

In this issue, Peter Jordanov teams up with Virginie Benarroch to celebrate the beauty of the rain. Brigitte Lacombe and Matthew McLean follow Precious Okoyomon on a walk through Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. Maureen Paley shares her love for the moon. Tom Johnson travels to Patagonia to discover the Chubut Valley. And Drew Vickers photographs blooms in their boldest, most striking form.

Other features include a poetic glimpse of Coco Chanel’s favourite flower through the lens of Marcelo Gomes, a look at Diana Kennedy’s botanical and culinary exploration of Mexico, as well as the magazine’s regular section, Loose Leaves, with stories about Cy Twombly’s time in Morocco, Elein Fleiss, Sabine Mirlesse, Formafantasma and more.

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Issue 19 comes with four different covers: a daydream-like scene from ‘Flower Pot’ by Annie Collinge and Rottingdean Bazaar; an insight into the power of nature for future generations by Kerry J. Dean; an invitation by Flaminia Veronesi into her fantastical ‘Giardinio Immaginifico’; and Sara Blomqvist wearing BLESS, the free-spirited 1990s fashion project.

In this issue, Peter Jordanov teams up with Virginie Benarroch to celebrate the beauty of the rain. Brigitte Lacombe and Matthew McLean follow Precious Okoyomon on a walk through Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. Maureen Paley shares her love for the moon. Tom Johnson travels to Patagonia to discover the Chubut Valley. And Drew Vickers photographs blooms in their boldest, most striking form.

Other features include a poetic glimpse of Coco Chanel’s favourite flower through the lens of Marcelo Gomes, a look at Diana Kennedy’s botanical and culinary exploration of Mexico, as well as the magazine’s regular section, Loose Leaves, with stories about Cy Twombly’s time in Morocco, Elein Fleiss, Sabine Mirlesse, Formafantasma and more.

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Issue 19 comes with four different covers: a daydream-like scene from ‘Flower Pot’ by Annie Collinge and Rottingdean Bazaar; an insight into the power of nature for future generations by Kerry J. Dean; an invitation by Flaminia Veronesi into her fantastical ‘Giardinio Immaginifico’; and Sara Blomqvist wearing BLESS, the free-spirited 1990s fashion project.

In this issue, Peter Jordanov teams up with Virginie Benarroch to celebrate the beauty of the rain. Brigitte Lacombe and Matthew McLean follow Precious Okoyomon on a walk through Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. Maureen Paley shares her love for the moon. Tom Johnson travels to Patagonia to discover the Chubut Valley. And Drew Vickers photographs blooms in their boldest, most striking form.

Other features include a poetic glimpse of Coco Chanel’s favourite flower through the lens of Marcelo Gomes, a look at Diana Kennedy’s botanical and culinary exploration of Mexico, as well as the magazine’s regular section, Loose Leaves, with stories about Cy Twombly’s time in Morocco, Elein Fleiss, Sabine Mirlesse, Formafantasma and more.

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Issue 19 comes with four different covers: a daydream-like scene from ‘Flower Pot’ by Annie Collinge and Rottingdean Bazaar; an insight into the power of nature for future generations by Kerry J. Dean; an invitation by Flaminia Veronesi into her fantastical ‘Giardinio Immaginifico’; and Sara Blomqvist wearing BLESS, the free-spirited 1990s fashion project.

In this issue, Peter Jordanov teams up with Virginie Benarroch to celebrate the beauty of the rain. Brigitte Lacombe and Matthew McLean follow Precious Okoyomon on a walk through Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. Maureen Paley shares her love for the moon. Tom Johnson travels to Patagonia to discover the Chubut Valley. And Drew Vickers photographs blooms in their boldest, most striking form.

Other features include a poetic glimpse of Coco Chanel’s favourite flower through the lens of Marcelo Gomes, a look at Diana Kennedy’s botanical and culinary exploration of Mexico, as well as the magazine’s regular section, Loose Leaves, with stories about Cy Twombly’s time in Morocco, Elein Fleiss, Sabine Mirlesse, Formafantasma and more.

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Issue 17th comes with three bright covers evoking the pleasures of living outdoors: ‘Full bloom moon’, a painting by artist Jenna Gribbon; a peony from ‘Song to Dust’, a story shot in Mexico by Peter Jordanov; and a scene from ‘Come to Life’, an editorial by Clara Balzary inspired by the Black Mountain School.

We visit Lucie and Luke Meier, creative directors of Jil Sander in Zermatt, photographed by Olivier Kervern. We venture into the Bulgarian Rose Valley with Kerry Dean and Lilia Toncheva, and we traverse the Jordanian desert with photographer Tom Johnson. We explore Chillida’s work at Hauser & Wirth Somerset, in a conversation with landscape gardener Piet Oudolf, while bread activist Lexie Smiths reflects with artist Dan Colen about her plot for the Future Food Garden in Sky High Farm.

Find also photographer Thomas Lohr flower diary; Topiary Dreams with Agnes Vita; Ana Dominguez’s Autumnal Herbarium; and Laroche Pottery clays and sculptures captured by Marton Perlaki. For more exciting stories, our regular Loose Leaves section. 

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Issue 17th comes with three bright covers evoking the pleasures of living outdoors: ‘Full bloom moon’, a painting by artist Jenna Gribbon; a peony from ‘Song to Dust’, a story shot in Mexico by Peter Jordanov; and a scene from ‘Come to Life’, an editorial by Clara Balzary inspired by the Black Mountain School.

We visit Lucie and Luke Meier, creative directors of Jil Sander in Zermatt, photographed by Olivier Kervern. We venture into the Bulgarian Rose Valley with Kerry Dean and Lilia Toncheva, and we traverse the Jordanian desert with photographer Tom Johnson. We explore Chillida’s work at Hauser & Wirth Somerset, in a conversation with landscape gardener Piet Oudolf, while bread activist Lexie Smiths reflects with artist Dan Colen about her plot for the Future Food Garden in Sky High Farm.

Find also photographer Thomas Lohr flower diary; Topiary Dreams with Agnes Vita; Ana Dominguez’s Autumnal Herbarium; and Laroche Pottery clays and sculptures captured by Marton Perlaki. For more exciting stories, our regular Loose Leaves section. 

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Issue 17th comes with three bright covers evoking the pleasures of living outdoors: ‘Full bloom moon’, a painting by artist Jenna Gribbon; a peony from ‘Song to Dust’, a story shot in Mexico by Peter Jordanov; and a scene from ‘Come to Life’, an editorial by Clara Balzary inspired by the Black Mountain School.

We visit Lucie and Luke Meier, creative directors of Jil Sander in Zermatt, photographed by Olivier Kervern. We venture into the Bulgarian Rose Valley with Kerry Dean and Lilia Toncheva, and we traverse the Jordanian desert with photographer Tom Johnson. We explore Chillida’s work at Hauser & Wirth Somerset, in a conversation with landscape gardener Piet Oudolf, while bread activist Lexie Smiths reflects with artist Dan Colen about her plot for the Future Food Garden in Sky High Farm.

Find also photographer Thomas Lohr flower diary; Topiary Dreams with Agnes Vita; Ana Dominguez’s Autumnal Herbarium; and Laroche Pottery clays and sculptures captured by Marton Perlaki. For more exciting stories, our regular Loose Leaves section. 

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Issue 16 comes out with three beautiful covers: ‘Moon’, a painting by Ruth Asawa from 1958; Tulips, from a photo-essay by Jack Davison; and Ylang Messenguiral in Wright Le Chapelain, captured by Peter Jordanov.

You will also find titillating flowers by Harley Weir, and a collaborative homage to Mount Fuji, with images by Nobuyoshi Araki, Wolfgang Tillmans, Brigitte Lacombe and Chris Rhodes, among others. We fly kites in the South of France with Danielle Bouquet and get our Seasonal Harvest with Clarisse Demory, Matthieu Lavanchy and Sarah de Mavaleix.

Artist Cassi Namoda recalls rural Mozambique, while Hettie Judah digs into Ruth Asawa’s love for growing. Clara Balzary portraits Californian farm workers, and we meet Alice Waters and Fanny Singer in their Berkeley garden. Laura Hawkins shares her correspondence with Wright Le Chapelain, and we explore our primal bonds with nature through Isabella Killoran offerings. Nomka Enkhee brings some colour and fun to the issue, which ends, as usual, with our Loose Leaves section.

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Issue 16 comes out with three beautiful covers: ‘Moon’, a painting by Ruth Asawa from 1958; Tulips, from a photo-essay by Jack Davison; and Ylang Messenguiral in Wright Le Chapelain, captured by Peter Jordanov.

You will also find titillating flowers by Harley Weir, and a collaborative homage to Mount Fuji, with images by Nobuyoshi Araki, Wolfgang Tillmans, Brigitte Lacombe and Chris Rhodes, among others. We fly kites in the South of France with Danielle Bouquet and get our Seasonal Harvest with Clarisse Demory, Matthieu Lavanchy and Sarah de Mavaleix.

Artist Cassi Namoda recalls rural Mozambique, while Hettie Judah digs into Ruth Asawa’s love for growing. Clara Balzary portraits Californian farm workers, and we meet Alice Waters and Fanny Singer in their Berkeley garden. Laura Hawkins shares her correspondence with Wright Le Chapelain, and we explore our primal bonds with nature through Isabella Killoran offerings. Nomka Enkhee brings some colour and fun to the issue, which ends, as usual, with our Loose Leaves section.

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Issue 16 comes out with three beautiful covers: ‘Moon’, a painting by Ruth Asawa from 1958; Tulips, from a photo-essay by Jack Davison; and Ylang Messenguiral in Wright Le Chapelain, captured by Peter Jordanov.

You will also find titillating flowers by Harley Weir, and a collaborative homage to Mount Fuji, with images by Nobuyoshi Araki, Wolfgang Tillmans, Brigitte Lacombe and Chris Rhodes, among others. We fly kites in the South of France with Danielle Bouquet and get our Seasonal Harvest with Clarisse Demory, Matthieu Lavanchy and Sarah de Mavaleix.

Artist Cassi Namoda recalls rural Mozambique, while Hettie Judah digs into Ruth Asawa’s love for growing. Clara Balzary portraits Californian farm workers, and we meet Alice Waters and Fanny Singer in their Berkeley garden. Laura Hawkins shares her correspondence with Wright Le Chapelain, and we explore our primal bonds with nature through Isabella Killoran offerings. Nomka Enkhee brings some colour and fun to the issue, which ends, as usual, with our Loose Leaves section.

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Issue 15 features a moving story by Harley Weir in hand with her father. We walk into New York’s Central Park through the lens of Brigitte Lacombe while Tom Johnson takes us into colourful Rio de Janeiro. Artist Camille Henrot shares a special edition of drawings on sustainability. Hans Ulrich Obrist interviews designer duo Formafantasma about their research on timber, while Alasdair McLellan and Hettie Judah  focus on one particular tree, Christmas Tree. Zöe Ghertner takes us into her vegetable garden, and Maureen Paley shares her Green Universe.

Our footwear fashion story comes from photographer Tim Elkaim and stylist Katie Burnett, and Linda Brownlee portrays the Wicklow mountains with stylist Camilla Pole. Find more exciting stories on our Loose Leaves section.
Issue 15 comes with three very special covers by Tom Johnson, Harley Weir and Camille Henrot.

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Issue 15 features a moving story by Harley Weir in hand with her father. We walk into New York’s Central Park through the lens of Brigitte Lacombe while Tom Johnson takes us into colourful Rio de Janeiro. Artist Camille Henrot shares a special edition of drawings on sustainability. Hans Ulrich Obrist interviews designer duo Formafantasma about their research on timber, while Alasdair McLellan and Hettie Judah  focus on one particular tree, Christmas Tree. Zöe Ghertner takes us into her vegetable garden, and Maureen Paley shares her Green Universe.

Our footwear fashion story comes from photographer Tim Elkaim and stylist Katie Burnett, and Linda Brownlee portrays the Wicklow mountains with stylist Camilla Pole. Find more exciting stories on our Loose Leaves section.
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Issue 15 features a moving story by Harley Weir in hand with her father. We walk into New York’s Central Park through the lens of Brigitte Lacombe while Tom Johnson takes us into colourful Rio de Janeiro. Artist Camille Henrot shares a special edition of drawings on sustainability. Hans Ulrich Obrist interviews designer duo Formafantasma about their research on timber, while Alasdair McLellan and Hettie Judah  focus on one particular tree, Christmas Tree. Zöe Ghertner takes us into her vegetable garden, and Maureen Paley shares her Green Universe.

Our footwear fashion story comes from photographer Tim Elkaim and stylist Katie Burnett, and Linda Brownlee portrays the Wicklow mountains with stylist Camilla Pole. Find more exciting stories on our Loose Leaves section.
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Issue 14th features: Sam Rock and Omaima Salem cover the young voices raising climate change awareness. We meet herman de vries at his home for an interview by Kimberly Bradley photographed by Juergen Teller. Marcelo Gomes takes us through New Zealand while Isabella Killoran recalls her journey through Iran in Hear the Poppies Singing. Rebecca May Johnson visits writer Olivia Laing, captured in her garden by Kuba Ryniewicz, and we discover the Covent Garden Flower Market through the eyes of Chris Rhodes.

Notes from the far west come by Rainer Judd and Max Farago while Matthiew Lavanchy and Annette Masterman pay an homage to Charleston House. Fantasy comes with Camille Vivier and Sandra Berrebi’s take on The Giving Tree and Alasdair McLellan’s colourful visions of Disneyland. For more exciting stories, our regular Loose Leaves section.

Issue 14 comes with three very special covers: herman de vries, by Juergen Teller; New Zealand landscape, by Marcelo Gomes; and Disneyland topiary, by Alasdair McLellan.

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Issue 14th features: Sam Rock and Omaima Salem cover the young voices raising climate change awareness. We meet herman de vries at his home for an interview by Kimberly Bradley photographed by Juergen Teller. Marcelo Gomes takes us through New Zealand while Isabella Killoran recalls her journey through Iran in Hear the Poppies Singing. Rebecca May Johnson visits writer Olivia Laing, captured in her garden by Kuba Ryniewicz, and we discover the Covent Garden Flower Market through the eyes of Chris Rhodes.

Notes from the far west come by Rainer Judd and Max Farago while Matthiew Lavanchy and Annette Masterman pay an homage to Charleston House. Fantasy comes with Camille Vivier and Sandra Berrebi’s take on The Giving Tree and Alasdair McLellan’s colourful visions of Disneyland. For more exciting stories, our regular Loose Leaves section.

Issue 14 comes with three very special covers: herman de vries, by Juergen Teller; New Zealand landscape, by Marcelo Gomes; and Disneyland topiary, by Alasdair McLellan.

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Issue 14th features: Sam Rock and Omaima Salem cover the young voices raising climate change awareness. We meet herman de vries at his home for an interview by Kimberly Bradley photographed by Juergen Teller. Marcelo Gomes takes us through New Zealand while Isabella Killoran recalls her journey through Iran in Hear the Poppies Singing. Rebecca May Johnson visits writer Olivia Laing, captured in her garden by Kuba Ryniewicz, and we discover the Covent Garden Flower Market through the eyes of Chris Rhodes.

Notes from the far west come by Rainer Judd and Max Farago while Matthiew Lavanchy and Annette Masterman pay an homage to Charleston House. Fantasy comes with Camille Vivier and Sandra Berrebi’s take on The Giving Tree and Alasdair McLellan’s colourful visions of Disneyland. For more exciting stories, our regular Loose Leaves section.

Issue 14 comes with three very special covers: herman de vries, by Juergen Teller; New Zealand landscape, by Marcelo Gomes; and Disneyland topiary, by Alasdair McLellan.

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