Lindsay Issue 1

Lindsay magazine
€10.00 €15.00

Lindsay is an international publication that celebrates importance of culture and place. It launched online in March 2017 and its first print issue launched in March 2018. Founded by Beth Wilkinson in Melbourne, Australia, Lindsay is an independent magazine created in collaboration with brilliant writers, photographers and artists from around the globe.

Every place is more than just a location: each has its own history, identity and feeling. Inspired by the way a Joan Didion essay can help you understand the complexities of city like L.A. or the moment in a Wong Kar-wai film when you feel the mystery of an old Hong Kong alley, Lindsay hopes to transport people. With essays mixed in with film reviews, interviews next to recipes, the thread that ties each piece together is place. Throughout the publication, film photography plays a leading role as an ode to the traditional and honest.

Issue 1 features an interview with Elena Ferrante's translator and The New Yorker’s former head of copy Ann Goldstein, Australian fashion icon Jenny Kee and French-Cuban music duo Ibeyi. Olga de la Iglesia documents the fashions of Myanmar, Pia Riverola captures the Mexican home of museum curator Elia Stavenhagen, and Yemeni-American artist Yumna Al-Arashi writes about her move to London during the Trump era. Lindsay shares ceramics from around the world, Brazilian literature reviews and paintings of Florence, and much more.

With the world’s current political and media landscape, it is more important than ever to support independent media that provides alternative narratives. With national borders tightening and gentrification threatening diversity, Lindsay reminds people of the importance of preserving culture and welcoming difference. It brings together diverse voices with a curious, open-minded approach to producing thoughtful and borderless editorial content.

    Edition of 3000
    160 pages
    240x170 mm.
    ISSN: 22088792

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