Novembre Magazine Issue 15-4
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Created by Jeanne-Salomé Rochat, Florian Joye, and Florence Tétier – who also takes the role of editor-in-chief and creative director alongside Rochat – Novembre revels in straddling the delicate line between the beautiful and the grotesque, in work that is messy, accidental, bizarre, and disturbing.
For the magazine’s 15th issue, the focus sharpens on beauty in all shapes and forms which is offered up as an antidote to the current troubled global climate. “In a world in crisis, we are witnessing less tolerance and increasing fear of the Other,” they write. “Presented in the form of a puzzle, not fully resolved or finished, we try to show the world in its vulnerable state, highlighting the beauty and possible openness in it.”