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The bilingual magazine HEY !, focusing on modern art and pop culture and founded in 2010 by Anne & Julien, is out with a 24th issue. In this issue: Betsy Youngquist, Robert Craig, Maggie Taylor, Oneq, Le Turk, and many more! Included is a 16-page collection of graphics from Malojo.
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Faithful to its mission, HEY ! magazine brings together the lively, diverse counterculture scene and contemporary art history. In 2015's last issue, discover Maggie Taylor, Kim Joon, and many other artists! Included is an exclusive sleeve from Robert Craig and Betsy Youngquist, as well as a collection of graphics from Malojo. HEY ! also invites you to the Halle Saint Pierre until March 2016 for the third act of a trilogy of exhibits that has already won over upwards of 150,000 visitors. Some of the artists exhibited: Mark Ryden, Marion Peck, Thomas Woodruff, etc.
Discover a collection of graphic novels and books inspired by contemporary pop universes, with a clear focus on urban culture.
|Author(s)||Anne & Julien|
|Number of Pages||176|
|Ankama Editions Universe||Label 619|
|Dimensions||29.5 x 23 cm|
|Type of book||Magazines|
Nicolas E. published the 27/09/2016 following an order made on 05/09/2016
Ann L. published the 24/09/2016 following an order made on 26/08/2016
Revue très soignée destinée aux amateurs de ce style d'art contemporain
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