Middle Plane / 7
Middle Plane Issue No. 7 is a celebration of nightlife, of joyful crowds and city streets, and of much-needed fun.
This issue features contributions from various contemporary artists for whom night-time activity has been a source of inspiration. Drawing on different scenes and venues, we explore partying from the perspective of the individual, the group, and the residue.
Contributors include: Mark Leckey shot by Alasdair McLellan and styled by Max Pearmain (and in conversation with Akeem Smith on the topics of music/art/’shrooms), Bruce Gilden’s view of girls eating kebabs on their way home (dressed by Katie Burnett, in couture, of course), the lucky so-and-sos who get to party with Hedi Slimane, a walking-bar as seen by Rosie Marks, Vanessa Beecroft in visual dialogue with her daughter Angelica, and loads more.
A bi-annual magazine that explores the relationship between art and fashion through the work of a single artist on each issue. With contributions by different creatives, the results are unpredictable, critical and eerie.