240 x 340mm, 284 pages
Published since 2016
Editor-in-chief: Frances von Hofmannsthal
Art directors: Giulia Garbin & Mariana Sameiro
Conceived as a meal, with different sections as different courses, Luncheon is a feast of artists, chefs and folks-about-town orbiting the publisher’s base in the Rochelle School—a converted Victorian building in east London.
This is the Spring/Summer 2022 issue featuring four different covers: 'Mother and child at breaking point' by Maureen Scott; 'Owl' by Paolo Roversi; 'Summer' by Roy de Maistre; and a black and white photograph by Jordan Hemingway.
The miniature artworks for the menu pages running throughout the magazine are created by Carmen Mazarrasa, text by Lola Peploe.
On the Journal, about issue nine:
‘Built around the idea of time spent together, over lunch, this large-format celebration of art and culture presents long form transcriptions of conversations…’