Hesperios Journal, Issue No. 3 FOUNDATIONS
Andrew Trotter, Art, Art & Literary Publication, Artist Limited Editions, Autumn Hruby, Can Lis, Christopher Brooks, Claus Meyer, Daniel Berlin, Erik Heywood, Ezra Pound, Geoffrey Movius, Gustaf von Arbin, Harper Simon, Henrik Nygren Design, Hesperios, Hesperios Journal, Lena Willhammar, Lex Niarchos, Literature, Malin Gabriella Nordin, Mandy Kahn, Miranda Brooks, Miranda July, Nicolas Niarchos, NO GARMENTORY, Peter Foges, Robin Jones, Selma Slabiak, Seth Ellsworth, Simon Wallhult, Stella Berkofsky, Tarajia Morrell, Veronica Martin, Waris Ahluwalia
HESPERIOS JOURNAL NO.3: FOUNDATIONS
“When I think ‘foundations of modern civilization,’ I think men, men, men. And how it’s all just baloney to help them get it up.”
“It was a long time ago—Barcelona, love, lemon trees—and even longer since the dogwood flourished on the city terrace of my youth.”
We are delighted to announce the arrival of Hesperios Journal No.3: Foundations. A year in the making, this is our biggest, most ambitious issue to date.
Here, we present new work from writer and artist, Miranda July; two wonderful interviews with two wonderful, celebrated chefs, Daniel Berlin and Claus Meyer; as well as poetry from Mandy Khan, Veronica Martin, and Geoffrey Movius.
Each issue, we have one simple goal: to try and improve on the last. No. 3 didn’t let us down.
Gustaf von Arbin
Malin Gabriella Nordin
Hesperios Journal is an anthology of classic and contemporary art, literature, and travel. Each issue presents works by both celebrated and emerging artists, a number of which have collaborated with us on limited editions for our boutique. The journals are distributed internationally through art-and-design book stores, galleries, newsstands, and museums.
Paper: Arctic Paper, Arjowiggins
Publisher: Hesperios, Inc. / Autumn Hrubý
Production/ Art Director / Design: Henrik Nygren Design, Simon Wallhult
Dimensions: 185 mm X 245 mm
Distributor: Antenne Books, UK
Category: Literature, Art, Design
Printed in Göteborgstrykkeriet, Sweden 2019