230 x 300 mm, 224 pages
Paris, France (English-language)
Editor in chief and creative director: Armelle Leturcq
What began in the 1990s as a radical art magazine out of France, has since become the revered art+ biannual publication Crash. The goal was to break down the boundaries of the art world, championing non-career artists and personalities with no agenda other than to breach reality.
Reaching 100 issues is a major milestone, and Crash can't help but look back and take stock. With its massive format, it's a magazine that's not afraid to take up space while examining its place in fashion publication history.
The editors liken the 100th issue of Crash to a time capsule: it ‘fixes itself in the present, whilst always trying to reinvent with each issue, just as Rei Kawakubo wipes the slate clean and starts from scratch with each collection. Perhaps that’s just what it means to be contemporary…’