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Dizzy Magazine

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ニューヨークを拠点に、アートを中心としたテーマで年2回刊行の雑誌「Dizzy Magazine 」(ディジー・マガジン)。 第6号は'JAPAN EDITION'として、根本敬、Ibuki、谷川俊太郎など日本のアーティストがクローズアップされています。日本語・英語併記、ステッカー付き。 215mm×279mm 140ページ 日英併記 ー内容ー • Monika Mogi, photographer, multi-media artist, and Creative Director of Office Kiko, in conversation with New York-based artist and actor Bobbi Menuez • Mariko Mori, internationally acclaimed artist represented by Sean Kelly Gallery • Takashi Nemoto, pioneer of independent comics in Japan • Motoyuki Daifu, Tokyo-based photographer represented by Misako & Rosen • Mama Luli’s Recipe, owner of Breakfast Club in Naka-Meguro • Ibuki, who has collaborated with brands including Hysteric Glamour. For this issue, she will be working in collaboration with New York-based artist Manon Macasaet • Shuntaro Tanikawa, critically acclaimed Japanese poet, in conversation with his granddaughter, and Dizzy editor, Cai Tanikawa Oglesby • Makoto Kobayashi, artist, and owner of Out of Museum, an antique shop in Shimokitazawa • Kenichi Mori, Sapporo based painter • 3 female punk musicians, interviewed by New York-based band Krimewatch’s lead singer, Rhylli • Maina, Director, and Buyer for Banny Store in Harajuku, featuring her t-shirt collection • Ael, 4-year-old artist, for our 12 and Under section