Balcony is an art magazine that distances itself from any art magazine you have ever read. Among its pages it collects conversations with and between artists who find themselves immersed in the gold of everyday life, whether it is a walk in Central Park, a jam session, a breakfast or a visit home.
Each issue contains a selection of dialogues reported as they occur, but also visual stories and original works of art.
Evading the conventions of both art criticism and the artist's profile, Balcony presents the artist's voice as its primary source, blurring the boundaries between the art world and the everyday.
Dimensions: 22.5 x 16.8
Number of pages: 238
This edition of Balcony magazine is dedicated to the theme of closeness and moves within the liminal spaces that exist between people, investigating relationships of great intimacy sometimes imperceptible.
Among its pages we find:
• A meditation on the house of the painter Serena Stevens •
Coffee in Paris with infamous writer Dennis Cooper
• A personal musical story with emerging art star Lewis Hammond
• An intimate memory of Sarah Charlesworth and never-before-released ehemera in her acclaimed Natural Magic series
• A portfolio and unearthed diaries by Ecuadorian forgotten artist Eduardo Solá Franco
• A Sunday morning spent with the Chilean activist and artist Cecilia Vicuña
• Giovanna Silva's words and images about the Sri Lankan architect Geoffrey Bawa
• A trip to the cinema with Walter Robinson and Chris Dorland
• Three drawings by Mario Navarro
• A poem by Jibade-Khalil Huffman