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On September 29th, 2022, The Untitled Magazine celebrated the launch of “The REBEL Issue” and its coinciding group show, The “REBEL” Exhibition, at The Untitled Space in Tribeca, NY. Artists, contributors, and friends of the magazine packed the gallery for a first look at the 10th Anniversary Collector’s Print Edition and the artwork of over 35 artists featured in the landmark issue. Among the attendees were “REBEL Issue” cover star, musician Taylor Momsen, Untitled founder and editor-in-chief Indira Cesarine, and many of the artists whose work is on view at The “REBEL” Exhibition until October 27th. Guests sipped wine and rosé sponsored by Sant’Arturo while listening to live tunes by New York’s DJ Han Jiang.

The Untitled Magazine’s 10th Anniversary Collector’s Print Edition, “The REBEL Issue,” brings together a cast of true originals, including fashion mavericks, rising stars of entertainment, contemporary artists, and revolutionaries who are proving the value of rebellion in pushing our contemporary society forward. With eight covers featuring Taylor Momsen, Tinashe, Pussy Riot, Bella Thorne, Anna Delvey, Grace VanderWaal, Lottie Moss, and Madeleine Brewer, “The REBEL Issue” is an unfiltered answer to the question, What makes a rebel in 2022?

Palaye Royale, GIRLI,  Taylor Momsen, Tinashe, Pussy Riot, Grace VanderWaal, KO aka Koala, and Sizzy Rocket featured in The Untitled Magazine REBEL Issue

347aidan, Anna Delvey, Ash Stymest, Bella Thorne, Ben Radcliffe, Chandler Kinney, Charity Kase, Coral Johnson, Dafne Keen, EMELINE, GIRLI, Grace VanderWaal, Kiara Marshall, KO aka Koala, Lia D’sau, Lottie Moss, Madeline Brewer, Nathaniel Curtis, Palaye Royale, Pussy Riot, Sasha Velour, Sizzy Rocket, Sophia Anne Caruso, Sophia Hadjipanteli, SYD, Taylor Momsen, Tinashe, Tom Glynn-Carney

The “REBEL” Exhibition, which opens on October 5th, celebrates art activists and creative game changers whose artwork both inspires and demands positive change and progression. Through photography, painting, sculpture, drawing, digital art, fiber art, and mixed media, the exhibition sees over 30 international contemporary artists giving their original, boundary-pushing takes on what it means to be a rebel in the modern world. Curated by gallery founder Indira Cesarine, each piece in The “REBEL” Exhibition shows us how rebellion is essential in the fight for progress.

Alanna Vanacore, Giulia Grillo aka Petite Doll, Josh Universe, Helena Calmfors, Miss Meatface, Zella Vanié, Parker Day, and Arielle Tesoriero featured in The Untitled Magazine REBEL Issue

Over the last six months, I have been researching the most unique, controversial, and talked-about living rebels. The Untitled Space gallery presented a global open call for artists to share work that engages themes of rebellion. I personally reviewed thousands of artworks in search of the most compelling narratives that were relevant to the theme. I invited a number of artists that we have previously worked with whose art speaks the language of protest and progression. The ‘REBEL’ Exhibition shares the work of these artists who not only take risks, but who stand up against oppressive forces, challenging the status quo. The exhibition celebrates true, unbridled authenticity and artists who have had the courage to follow their own path despite any obstacles.” – Curator Indira Cesarine

3834, Alanna Vanacore, Alayna Coverly, Alyssa Iferenta, Andrew Soria, Anja Diabaté, Anna Delvey, Annika Connor, Arielle Tesoriero, Bartosz Beda, Cara De Angelis, Cole Witter, Elena Chestnykh, Emma Hapner, Fahren Feingold, George Afedzi Hughes, Georgina Billington, Giulia Grillo aka Petite Doll, Helena Calmfors, Indira Cesarine, Jasmine De Silva, Josh Universe, Kat Toronto aka Miss Meatface, Katie Commodore, Katya Zvereva, Kumi Kaguraoka, Linda Friedman Schmidt, Logan White, Marie Wengler, Nick Rhodes, Parker Day, Sampy Sicada, Theda Sandiford, Zach Grear, Zella Vanié

Pick up a copy of The REBEL Issue collector’s print edition in our online store, or at newsstands in over 30 countries available from October 7th. More info HERE.

Photography by Mikhail Torich, Patrick Cashin, Bill Chin, and Guests 

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