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Issue No. 4
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Modern Matter - Issue 4.  The magazine's 4th issue, Made in USA is a collaboration with the ICA gallery in London as it revisits the archives of the Bernadette Corporation in its retrospective 2000 Wasted Years.

Cover features Chloe Sevigny.   This issue also includes: a history of Semiotext(e), a visual essay by Rita Ackermann & original artwork by Victor Boullet.

Editor-in-Chief: Olu Michael Odukoya / Printed in London.

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Issue No. 4

Issue No. 4

Modern Matter

$15.00

PRODUCT DETAILS:

Description

Modern Matter - Issue 4.  The magazine's 4th issue, Made in USA is a collaboration with the ICA gallery in London as it revisits the archives of the Bernadette Corporation in its retrospective 2000 Wasted Years.

Cover features Chloe Sevigny.   This issue also includes: a history of Semiotext(e), a visual essay by Rita Ackermann & original artwork by Victor Boullet.

Editor-in-Chief: Olu Michael Odukoya / Printed in London.

This item is nonreturnable.



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