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CRASH 98: Art Issue, Sans Concession is 160 pages of art, interviews, photography, fashion and more...

We continue our exploration of today's radical art scene with artists: Ghada Amer, who has finally returned to France with three exhibitions in Marseille; Anri Sala who has taken over the Bourse de Commerce with an immersive video installation; Ivan Argote who is in exhibition at Perrotin and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Marc Boucherot, a true survival artist whose exploits in the city of Marseille have become legendary, not to mention a lengthy discussion with the iconic curator Iwona Blazwick; and Robert Longo who became iconic for his Men in the Cities series and who is presenting a new series at the Thaddaeus Ropac gallery.

In fashion, an immersion into the world of mythical Magnum photographers: Harry Gruyaert who plunged his camera into the Marville pool in Saint Denis to interpret the Saint Laurent cruise collection; Bruce Gilden, who we once again gave the carte blanche to continue to explore his American obsessions; not forgetting Olivia Arthur, British reportage photographer, also represented by Magnum agency.

An issue without borders and without concessions, in precedent of the magazine's 25th anniversary in 2023.

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Crash Magazine is a French independent magazine published every trimester that can be found in all major press stores. It was founded in 1998 by Frank Perrin and Armelle Leturcq. They are both considered part of the new generation of French art critics that left a mark in the 1990s.

Crash arrived on the French market characterized with an element of the unexpected, filled with a deliberate desire to change things: characterized by a minimalist layout and design, it is constituted by challenging avant-garde visuals seeking to emphasize the beauty of things with innovative ideas. Crash worked in close relation with artists such as Air, Daft Punk, Michel Gondry during the emergence of the "French Touch". Since 2000 however, they have shifted their focus towards the "New Generation" such as Sofia Coppola, Phoenix and Super Discount.

Crash Magazine has been considered a platform for rising talent and new artists and its team is internationally recognized. This publication focuses on fashion and cinema amongst other things, fashion representing a cultural phenomenon of society and everything that is driven by it in our time. Crash has been recognized as the only French publication that dares to mix high-end fashion with urban culture, representing the image of a new generation of consumers that has recently emerged.

Crash publishes an English version sold internationally. The average reader (20–45 years old) sees Crash as a reference point that explores the fresh and upcoming trends, styles, culture and lifestyle.

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