Luncheon Magazine 11
Worldly and welcoming, Luncheon is a style and culture magazine that invites old and new friends of all generations and cultural experiences to share their views, life and work over lunch. From simple jam sandwiches in the park to home-cooked feasts, to hours spent in chic restaurants, the conversation and visual content is inspired by this midday treat created by a top-table of writers, photographers and artists.
The first cover features an illustration by Tomi Ungerer taken from his book 'Zeralda's Ogre' published in 1970. Inside the magazine his works run through the issue with an introduction by his daughter Aria Ungerer.
The second cover is a photograph by Nadine Ijewere, styled by Nathan Klein taken from their story 'Materials, Matter and Minerals'.
The third cover by Paolo Roversi is a photograph of a coffee pot, gifted to him by and once belonging to the artist June Leaf and her husband Robert Frank. Inside is a portfolio of photographs of June by Paolo and a conversation between the two friends.
Within the issue is a portfolio of pages supporting chefs and restaurants at this continuously challenging time, along with features on artists, writers, photographers and chefs, among them Judy Blame, Bobby Baker, Earlie Hudnall, Jr., Rahim Fortune, Rita Keegan, Tin Gao, Giles Deacon, Margot Henderson, Nabil Nahas, Vaquera, Katie Burnett, Paul Kooiker and Markus Lüpertz.
Each issue of Luncheon is "constructed as if a menu, offering a generous feast for the eyes and the mind". Large format.
Available in various covers.
Measures: 24 x 34 cm
Binding: Soft cover