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ISSUE 10 — FOR A NEW RENAISSANCE
Our planet doesn’t seem to want us anymore. The way it tries to repel us, to let us know that we are no longer worthy of it, is far more creative than anything we have done at C41 in the past 10 years.
We have challenged, fought and conquered each other all this time and some of us have been defeated and some have been victorious. But regardless of the outcome, we keep on trying, still challenging, fighting and conquering with an incomprehensible and unimaginable strength of will, taking the time to try because, for most of our life, failing has meant learning.
FEATURED IN THIS ISSUE: P.16 MARIO BELLINI P.30 GIUDITTA ARESI P.46 TAKASHI HOMMA P.52 JOANNA BORELLA P.62 UGO LA PIETRA P.72 CAROLINA AMORETTI P.88 ISABELLA POTÍ P.96 MARIKA ZARAMELLA P.102 FORMAFANTASMA P.113 LUIGI GHIRRI P.130 MEMPHIS P.150 SITUÉR MILANO P.160 SONIA MARIN P.174 LEONARDO DI CHIARA P.186 GENERIC ANIMAL P.196 EDICOLE P. CHARLES H. TRAUB P.220 RAYON VERT P. 230 SERGIO RICCIARDONE
COVER BY: ALESSANDRO FURCHINO CAPRIA
C 41 Magazine is a Milan-based magazine of contemporary visual art from all over the world. We’re interested in lifestyle, fashion, design, outdoors, and creative communities. Through our viewers’ lenses, we tell the stories. C-41 is a chromogenic colour print film developing process. Also well-known as CN-16 by Fuji, CNK-4 by Konica, and AP-70 by AGFA, it’s the most popular film process in use, with the most photofinishing labs devoting at least one machine to this development process.