L'INDISCRETO is a new independent Italian magazine that was born in the footsteps of the historic auction house magazine Pananti, created in 1969 by Silvio Loffredo and Piero Pananti, to which artists and writers such as Mino Maccari, Ennio Flaiano and many others collaborated .
Today the magazine, publishes Tlon, comes back to life in its print version after being just an online blog for years. It publishes articles, in-depth articles and original essays by young names in cultural journalism, as well as translations, reviews, fiction and other experiments. THE INDISCRETE talks about difficult things, but tries to do it in a simple way.
ISSUE 1 - The indiscreet. The end of the world
The Indiscreet. The end of the world is the first printed edition of the popular magazine L'indiscreto. The theme of this first issue is a reflection on the concept of bed end in both its meanings: end as ultimate purpose and end as conclusion, held together as a conceptual map to face the complexity of present times.
They took up the challenge: Gianluca Didino, Ilaria Gaspari, Raffaele A. Ventura, Roberto Paura, Edoardo Rialti, the Polish writer Bogna M. Konior, Valentina Maini and the American writer Gary Lachman in an unmissable conversation with Francesco D'Isa, in which outlines an interesting and very current path of Geopolitics of the spirit, in search of the reciprocal influences between historical events and symbols of contemporaneity, in a path that reaches up to the war in Ukraine.
Number of pages: 160