COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide

Hit by a meteorite, wiped out by a pandemic, fried in a nuclear holocaust or frozen in another Ice Age: civilization could end in a hundred ways. Yet the relentless onslaught of disaster prophecies leaves you overwhelmed, exhausted and unsure who to believe. You've got Apocalypse Fatigue, but don't give up. The climate is the hottest it's been for 1,000 years, and this century will see temperatures rise five times more than they have already, bringing hurricanes, floods, famine and wildfire. So start preparing: build a bunker, secure your energy supply, stockpile food. When mankind throws itself into the abyss, you need to be ready to climb back out.

Poster included: 574mm(w) x 912mm(h)

Poster included: 574mm(w) x 912mm(h)


Specifications:

ISSN (Australia/New Zealand Edition): 2227-2992
ISSN (Hong Kong/Taiwan/China Edition): 2227-2984
Size: 228mm(w) X 287mm(h)
Poster: 574mm(w) x 912mm(h)
Pages: 128pages

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse


About COLORS

COLORS is a magazine about the rest of the world; distributed quarterly in more than 40 countries worldwide. COLORS is a timeless collectable magazine for multiple readers. It is a magazine that celebrates diversity and racial harmony. Since its first appearance in 1991, COLORS has reinvented journalism.

Stating from #83, IdN is co-publishing COLORS with Fabrica, launching an English/Chinese bilangual edition for Hong Kong, China & Taiwan; as well as an English/Italian edition for Australia, New Zealand & UK!

Art in General presents 'Lior Shvil: PROTOCOLS' – New York, USA

Art in General presents 'Lior Shvil: PROTOCOLS' – New York, USA

Curated by Kristen Chappa, in conjunction with Performa 15 – Shvil’s New Commission PROTOCOLS will include a large-scale installation inspired by military counter-insurgency (COIN) training courses, which will be activated by a series of improvisational theater workshops and live performances based on combat procedures throughout the run of show. Reflecting on the psychological effects of the built environment, Shvil’s installation echoes specialized facilities made to imitate the urban terrain of conflict areas. These sites become alternate realities, or stage sets, for the soldiers in them, playing insurgents and civilians in each “mission.” The biomechanics and squad positioning perfected in training exercises are of key interest to the artist, as they are inherently tied to architectural context, and part of his larger investigation in deconstructing relationships between site, history, narrative, and testimony.

Spacelessness – Julian Lee Photographic Scholarship – Hong Kong

Spacelessness – Julian Lee Photographic Scholarship – Hong Kong

Supported by Julian Lee Photographic Scholarship, "Spacelessness" is a joint exhibition that features works by three photography artists, Max Chan, Leung Wing Yee and Garret Lai. With their strong desire to grow their photographic knowledge and artistic skills, three awardees are going to present three different projects inspired from daily life, express their infinite imagination and art experiences to the audience.

Juan Díaz-Faes – Carlos Jean 'I don't Wanna Die' (3:36)

Juan Díaz-Faes – Carlos Jean 'I don't Wanna Die' (3:36)

Clip for Spanish Singer Carlos Jean

Daniel Coutinho – Reel 2015 (1:14)

Daniel Coutinho – Reel 2015 (1:14)

Montage of the best projects

Black & White Project Space presents Anastasia Ax 'The World As Of Yesterday' – Brooklyn, New York, USA

Black & White Project Space presents Anastasia Ax 'The World As Of Yesterday' – Brooklyn, New York, USA

Black & White Project Space is excited to present New York City premiere of the award winning performance The World As Of Yesterday by the Swedish artist Anastasia Ax, one of the most innovative installation and performance artists working today. In The World As Of Yesterday, Anastasia uses her body and black ink to stage a live intervention with compressed shredded paper bales.

Brussels Art Days 2015 – Brussels, Belgium

Brussels Art Days 2015 – Brussels, Belgium

Brussels gallery weekend was launched in 2008 and immediately became a key moment in Brussels yearly contemporary art life. Year after year, the organization grew, together with the amount of galleries taking part and the quality of the program and activities scheduled during the weekend. Brussels Art Days also brought to the city a stronger international audience of art lovers and profesionnals to position Brussels as an active and dynamic part of contemporary art world and network.

Foam presents 'Magnum Contact Sheets' – Amsterdam, Netherlands

Foam presents 'Magnum Contact Sheets' – Amsterdam, Netherlands

Magnum Contact Sheets shows the magic surrounding the all-encompassing ‘decisive moment’ and how iconic images come to exist. This exhibition offers insight into the working methods of the world’s most famed journalistic photographers, by looking at their original contact sheets. The exhibition consists of more than 100 contact sheets and offers a chronological overview of outstanding historical moments from the 1930s to 2010. Work can be seen by renowned photographers such as Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, David ‘Chim’ Seymour, Eve Arnold, Elliott Erwitt, Martin Parr, Jim Goldberg, Susan Meiselas, Trent Parke, Paolo Pellegrin and Alec Soth.

VOLUME 2015 | Another Art Book Fair – Sydney, Australia

VOLUME 2015 | Another Art Book Fair – Sydney, Australia

Artspace in partnership with Perimeter Books (Melbourne) and Printed Matter, Inc. (New York) are pleased to announce the exhibitors for the inaugural VOLUME 2015 | Another Art Book Fair. The first iteration of this biennial fair includes a diverse range of artists, designers, publishers and arts institutions, each exhibiting independently produced, artist-led publications and related materials that are responsive, discursive, irreverent, and that function as creative and politically engaged modes of communication.

Quattrolinee transform drops and shapes in Watercube – Torino, Italy

Quattrolinee transform drops and shapes in Watercube – Torino, Italy

Established in early 2012, Quattrolinee was born as a group of eclectic designers who experiment in various fields of visual art: from graphic design to architecture to design. They were recently challenged to a rebrand exercise for Watercube Fountain in which the job was to combine creativity and engineering required in water control to give shape to the unpredictable.

Rob Draper – Worcestershire, UK

Rob Draper – Worcestershire, UK

Rob hopes his embellishments will bring a surprised smile to the strangers’ faces rather than being discarded and bin-bound. When he is not pursuing this serendipitous hobby, Draper works as a freelance designer of lettering and type for brands and agencies worldwide.