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The Plant Magazine #20 (Last copies)


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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 to dream, with three covers capturing the spirit of the new season: a vibrant abstraction by photographer Lena C. Emery; a surreal mundane delirium 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 of stories and encounters, each meant to go beyond borders and redraw our vision of the future. This is the case in Claire Touzard’s conversation about current-day dilemmas with the unorthodox philosopher Emanuele Coccia; and in Dal Chodha’s exploration of the work of textile 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 countryside with Margaret Howell, as told by Lucy Kumara Moore in Walks of Life; encounter the free-spirit ceramist Shun Kadohashi; explore Matthew 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 flowering blooms and dream-like gardens: Takashi Homma’s portraits of the “New Botanical Order”, a series styled by Shotaro Yamaguchi; Alessandro Furchino Capria and Hisato Tasaka’s fashion approach to 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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