Osmos magazine is "an art magazine about the use and abuse of photography," explains founder and editor Cay Sophie Rabinowitz (formerly of Parkett and Fantom). The magazine is divided into thematic sections--some traditional, such as "Portfolio," "Stories" and "Reportage"--and others more idiosyncratic, such as "Eye of the Beholder," where gallerists discuss the talents they showcase; and "Means to an End," on the side effects of non-artistic image production. This issue includes a feature by contributing editor Tom McDonough on photographer Eileen Quinlan, reportage by photographer Alex Welsh, an essay by Jeffrey Kirkwood describing his research on the innovative Swiss artist and filmmaker Klaus Lutz, and an examination of Paris-based Dove Allouche by curator Drew Sawyer.
Osmos Magazine, Winter 2017
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