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January 16, 2016

 

I would like to begin by saying we are happy because this issue represents a before and after in the history of LARMAGAZINE, and in the history of contemporary art magazines too, probably, since it’s the first time we see a cover that moves and speaks. I admit that one of my dreams from many years back has been to show the work of one of my favorite artists: Björn Melhus. And as a crowning touch, renowned German researcher and historian Stefan Heidenreich shares with us one of the best texts I´ve read about this great and famous artist.

 

This issue is dedicated to analyzing the least explored sides of censorship, a subject we had in mind for several months, and that couldn’t be more appropriate after recent world events. Just like feminism or socialism, censorship is one of those big and heavy subjects that never seem to have even a little crack where any small critique could filter without being politically incorrect. 

 

There are cases where censorship is the stepping stone for unparal...

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