On July 11 at 7:00 PM CET, 2013 “Paper Weight — Genre-defining Magazines from 2000 to Now”, an exhibition that focuses on 15 international, independent magazines, opened to an enthused public at the Haus der Kunst in Munich.
The newsstand in Williamsburg’s Lorimer Street/Metropolitan Avenue subway station in Brooklyn re-opened last weekend and it now exclusively features independent magazines and zines, including fresh copies of PIN–UP’s Spring Summer 2013 issue.
Listen to PIN–UP editor/creative director Felix Burrichter talk to Monocle Radio about how PIN-UP started, who reads it, and what inspired the BRAZIL SPECIAL in the new issue.
This week the exhibition “Paper Weight — Genre-defining Magazines 2000 to Now” will open at the Haus der Kunst in Munich. Curated by PIN–UP editor and creative director Felix Burrichter and designed by architect Andreas Angelidakis, "Paper Weight" focuses on 15 international, independent magazines that have originated over the past 13 years.
For those in Berlin tomorrow PIN–UP recommends attending a talk between the German author Martin Mosebach and architect Hans Kollhoff, feature star in PIN–UP No. 14.
On the occasion of the launch of PIN–UP's BRASIL ESPECIAL, the Philip Johnson Glass House invited PIN–UP editor Felix Burrichter to host one of the foundation's Glass House Conversations.