The Untitled Magazine ART Issue
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We are thrilled to present The Untitled Magazine‘s latest print edition, The ART Issue, which is dedicated to all the artists that we have worked with over the years as well as future ones to come. Since launching The Untitled Magazine a decade ago, surprisingly we have never done an issue themed specifically on art, and we think it is rather overdue. As the years have rolled by, we have highlighted silver screen talent with our Cinema Issue, sonic genius with our Music Issue, and emphasized iconic talent in our Legendary Issue. In 2015 we celebrated the #GirlPower Issue with exhibition, “The F Word: Feminism In Art,” which was the first official group show of The Untitled Space gallery curated by editor-in-chief Indira Cesarine. We felt it was about time to do an issue emphasizing all the incredible artists we are collaborating with, as well as the artists, exhibitions, and events that continue to inspire us.

The Untitled Magazine – The ART issue

Our double cover features a portrait of iconic supermodel and fashion entrepreneur Kate Moss by trailblazing watercolor artist Fahren Feingold, as well as her rendition of the iconic pop goddess Madonna. In an exclusive interview Feingold shares with us how she transitioned from fashion designer to full-time artist, what inspires her work, as well as her latest art and fashion collaborations. She created several stunning portraits exclusively for The Untitled Magazine of some of her latest muses, including musician Billie Eilish, actress Lea Sedoux, and model Adwoa Aboah.

The Untitled Magazine – The ART issue

Our ART issue celebrates many of the most extraordinary up-and-coming visual artists we love, including Kat Toronto aka Miss Meatface, who channels BDSM to create poetic performance-based photography as part of her own personal healing; pop culture contemporary artist Jeanette Hayes who is known for her collage-style aesthetic and newcomer Katya Zvereva, who creates bold floral works on canvas and expressive woodcuts.

We cover the exhibit of the year, the 2019 Whitney Biennial, as well as the event of the summer, The Watermill Center’s Summer Benefit and Auction. The benefit featured an incredible array of performance artists as well as visual art and music by the likes of Bianca Casady, Robert Longo, Christopher Makos, Anish Kapoor, and Carrie Mae Weems as well as several artists from The Untitled Space, which was an official gallery partner for this year’s art auction. We explore exhibitions not to be missed that celebrate a centennial of women’s suffrage and take a look at what “IRL” means to artists in today’s digital world.

The Untitled Magazine – The ART issue

We caught up with rising musical artists including Stella Santana (the poetic daughter of music legend Carlos Santana), Quebec – Congo sensation Annie Sama, performance visionary Ionnalee and the one-and-only Maggie Lindemann, who has been taking the music scene by storm.

The Untitled Magazine – The ART issue

Our fashion and beauty teams present for the issue several stunning editorial series including “Art & Avant Garde” featuring model Tricia Akello by photographer Fabio Paparelli and editor Roberto Morelli. We celebrate the art of couture with our fashion spread “She’s So Couture” by Rocio Segura and Alexander Garcia, and photographer Samantha Wolov inspires us with her artistic beauty series, “Flora.”

For the first time since launching The Untitled Magazine, editor-in-chief Indira Cesarine agreed to be interviewed by our editorial staff on her transition from fashion photographer to magazine editor and art gallery owner. She shares with us the impetus for launching her own gallery as well as what inspires her artistic choices as an artist and curator.

Here’s to celebrating creativity and the artists that inspire us daily.

We hope you enjoy the issue!


Where Art, Fashion & Culture Collide

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