BLAU INTERNATIONAL N°6
BLAU INTERNATIONAL N°6
BLAU INTERNATIONAL N°6
BLAU INTERNATIONAL N°6
BLAU INTERNATIONAL N°6
BLAU INTERNATIONAL N°6
BLAU INTERNATIONAL N°6
BLAU INTERNATIONAL N°6
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BLAU INTERNATIONAL N°6

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In the new issue, Louis Fratino shines, in a melancholy light, as a leading voice for a new generation of gay artists. Paul McCarthy and Lilith Stangenberg reveal their roles – and holes – as Adolf and Eva. And Carrie Mae Weems talks to Agnes Gund about her long career photographing the manipulations of power.

Other highlights include Vicente Todolí covering his citrus collection with Udo Kittelmann; a fashion editorial by Marie Chaix and Larissa Hofmann; a prayer to the original painter’s painter, Masaccio; Alvaro Barrington writing about how 2Pac informs his practice; Fabrice Hergott’s essay on the heroic stand of Eugène Leroy; Maja Ruznic, the painter who finds the sacred in silence; fanboys Carroll Dunham and Dan Nadel paying homage to James Killian Spratt’s version of A Princess of Mars; Thomas Krens talking with Andy Hall about his life in the midst of museums, and his new appointment in Saudi Arabia; and the valiant return of our columnist Hans-Joachim Müller!

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