Hey, hey, this week I also received my contributor copy of the inaugural issue of PINE Magazine, the theme of which is “Brazen.” I wrote an essay about undersung Pop artist Evelyne Axell and a profile of up-and-comer Claire Pestaille. Here’s some more about PINE:
We’ve assuredly selected “Brazen” as PINE’s first theme. Brazen is a loaded word. We appreciate that it can be interpreted. To us, it connotes courageous rebellion–it is behaving in a way that may not be obvious, or immediately accepted, but forging emphatically ahead. The very conviction required to be brazen can produce stunning originality.
Our inaugural issue debuts with daring female artists and contributors. Here, we honor women who never sacrifice their dreams, integrity, or imagination; who unapologetically do what they want the way they want; and who bear the most beautiful fruit from their labor. They exhibit true dignity and purpose, leaving us with enduring impressions.
Inside, you’ll find a singular collection of artists, musicians and filmmakers along with poignant personal essays.
Featuring: Katell Keineg, Marie Sophie Lockhart, Claire Pestaille, Nuar Alsadir, Odetta, Quirine Racké and Helena Muskens, Evelyne Axell, Ana Teresa Barboza, Moxiie, Gabrielle Rucker, Burçak Bingöl, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Saya Woolfalk, Chantal Akerman
The publication is 144 pages, perfect bound and printed in full color on uncoated paper.
AVAILABLE FALL 2016