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EXTRA EXTRA 4

Nouveau Magazine Erotique

Uitgever:Extra Extra

  • Paperback
  • Engels
  • 176 pagina's

'Extra Extra’ is a new encounter with eroticism in city life: curiosity, tenderness and exaltation for a sensual modern life. The magazine is a creative dream of urban encounters where film, art, music, fashion and food touch upon our daily reveries through the inner city.

This fourth issue offers sweltering stories and images from around the world. Introducing the segment ‘EXTRA EXTRA Musings’ and even more interviews and shorts than before. The contributors scour the streets of Beirut, New York, Bucharest, Brussels, Lisbon, Paris, Madrid, and Mexico City looking to reveal their secrets of erotic mystery.

With contributions by Oscar van den Boogaard, Mircea Cartarescu, Lee Friedlander, Natasha Hoare, David van der Leer, Harlan Levey, João Pedro Rodrigues, Anne Vegter, Camille Vivier, among others.

'Extra Extra’ is a new encounter with eroticism in city life: curiosity, tenderness and exaltation for a sensual modern life. The magazine is a creative dream of urban encounters where film, art, music, fashion and food touch upon our daily reveries through the inner city.

This fourth issue offers sweltering stories and images from around the world. Introducing the segment ‘EXTRA EXTRA Musings’ and even more interviews and shorts than before. The contributors scour the streets of Beirut, New York, Bucharest, Brussels, Lisbon, Paris, Madrid, and Mexico City looking to reveal their secrets of erotic mystery.

CONTENT: Filmmaker João Pedro Rodrigues and Extra Extra writer Paul Dallas meet up in Brooklyn to have a tantalizing exchange that flocks birds and maps, saints and interpretations of sexual ecstasy into a flowing conversation. We are honored to give the floor to Camille Vivier’s subsequently, dark, breathtaking photos and to emerging photographer Collin LaFleche who invites us into an a rather raw coming of age story.In an extensive emotional interview with Natasha Hoare, artist Mary Reid Kelley shares her fascination for the grotesque and her love for language. Mary lets out the Gods of ancient time to play. Her videos are at once physical and literary, delicate and bawdy. Extra Extra Musings studies the senses. This time it’s electricity that catches our body in a beautiful essay by Nathalie Hartjes. We’re also happy to have the imaginative words of Mircea Cărtărescu, who transmits desire and a rather subdued sort of loneliness. In the ‘Last Supper in Seduction City,’ novelist Álvoro Enrigue tells a tale about a chef’s libidinal recovery, which might make you blush.

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