EXHIBITION MAGAZINE . Lipstick Issue Mo 14.2.2011
EXHIBITION MAGAZINE . Lipstick Issue Mo 14.2.2011Created for and from within the luxury industry, each issue is dedicated to one specific object or product. This first issue focuses on the LIPSTICK. The theme is explored from multiple angles; as an object, as an idea, from a feminist point of view, industrially, politically, sensually, re- vealing, concealing, altering.
'The lipstick is a commercial object yet full of symbols and symbolism. It is iconic, timeless, intimate and gene- rates plenty of fantasies,' At the cross-section of luxu- ry, contemporary culture and art, EXHIBITION'S voca- tion is one that goes back to the very origin of magazines: to generate emotion, strong reactions, questions and debate. More particularly, it is conceived as an in-depth study into specific objects that we may easily pass over, or take as common aspects of our industry today.
GUIDO MOCAFICO, RICHARD BURBRIDGE, SØLVE SUNDSBØ, PIERRE HERMÉ, WILLY VANDERPERRE , and DOMINIQUE PAQUET are offered complete editorial freedom, restricted only by the specific theme of each issue.
EXHIBITION is independently published and conceived by a team of creative collabora- tors: EDWIN SBERRO, GAEL HUGO, Creative Directors and BORIS OVINI, editor at large.
The Stories – A Preview:
RICHARD BURBRIDGE colla-borates with PETER PHILIPS on the cover story trans- forming lips into unusual, unexpected sculptures
SØLVE SUNDSBØ teams up with VAL GARLAND on inti- mately touching tongues
BEN HASSET shoots one of England's sexiest, KELLY BROOK, clad only in lipstick body paint
MARK SEGAL, PETER PHILLIPS and DAVID VANDEWAL create a striking resemblance between their boy and girl models by applying lipstick in painterly ways
WILLY VANDERPERRE takes a close look at male lips
PIERRE HERMÉ creates sweet delicacies, recreating the color of four infamous 'cou- ture' reds by Chanel, Dior, and Givenchy
GUIDO MOCAFICO photogra- phs HERMÉ's creations
Historian DOMINIQUE PAQUET, author of 'Histoire de la Beauté', pays lip ser- vice to oral beauty codes and philosophically interprets the meaning of lipstick colors
Three essential make-up artists TOM PECHEUX, NICO- LAS DEGENNES and ELLIS FAAS apply their favorite lipstick reds on full pages, continuously placed throu- ghout the magazine
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