Luncheon #16

Luncheon #16

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Luncheon #16
  • Condition: New
  • Language: English
  • 372 Pages 
  • 24cm x 34cm (9.45" x 13.39")
  • Published in London, UK
  • Autumn/WInter 2023
  • Frequency: Biannual

A Fish Pie to Leave your Husband by Hugh Corcoran, illustrations by Giulia Garbin Kneecap by Pádraig Ó Meiscill The Mother of All Experience by Anouk Hipkin Three Paintings for my Sister by Kate Boxer

Black Minds, photographs by Ekua King, styling by Hanna Kelifa Camilla Grudova by Oskar Oprey, photographs by Kuba Ryniewicz Ikaria by Josefine Skomars, photographs by Jesse Laitinen Happy Hour by Raphaelle Moore, photographs by Lewis Khan, styling by Gabriel Pluckrose, words by Charlie Boxer Adventures into Plasma by Edie Ashley and photographs by William Waterworth Feast by Gary Card

Peter Doig paintings and in conversation with Parinaz Mogadassi and Angus Cook Rubbers collected by Paul Deller, photographs by Jamie Hawkesworth Saplings, portraits by Jet Swan Horn of Plenty, photographs by Tim Gutt and creative direction by Shona Heath A Photographic Story, Stephen Joyce and Adam Ianniello in conversation with Reginald Moore

My Inspirations by Charlie Porter Staff Lunches by Thomas Alsop, photographs by Romain Guittet

Gambiarra, photographs by Paul Kooiker, styling by George Krakowiak A Play for Today, photographs, direction and styling by Rachel Fleminger Hudson with Prada Sistren, photographs by Trinity Ellis, styling by Ola-Oluwa Ebiti Untitled, photographs by Daniel Archer, styling by Jessica Willis Children of Lughnasadh, photographs by Tom Johnson, styling by Robbie Spencer Precious Gem, photographs by Anthony Seklaoui, styling by Ally Macrae

Cakes by Sophia Agnella Anita Stolz, photographs by Daniel Archer

Luncheon is an independent cultural magazine mixing art, fashion and food. Free spirited in its content this biannual magazine offers readers a generous feast for the eyes and the mind. The essence of conversations over lunch is at its core and each issue is constructed as if a menu. Over the lunch table, the magazine brings together different generations who share opinions, stories and memories, offering us an insight into their unique cultural contributions. 


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