No 22

No 22

Are you ready to step into the mischievous pages of Extra Extra issue 22, your bi-annual ticket to the realms of desire and exploration? Inside, visual artist Viviane Sassen opens up a vibrant world, where shadows dance and colours pulse, tempting us to lose ourselves in the maze of her images. Join us in the sensual choreography of Akram Khan, where together with dramaturge Judith Vrancken, they delve into his vast sensorial practice, vertical versus horizontal time and the pleasure of drowning. Take a midnight ride with researcher Oguz Alyanak through the streets of Strasbourg, where Turkish men reveal the secrets of their nocturnal adventures, or transport yourself into painter Sophie von Hellermann’s dreamlike imagery which blurs the lines between reality and fantasy. In conversation with Frieze curator Fatos Ustek, wonderful film and installation artist Isaac Julien challenges our perceptions, urging us to question the very fabric of our understanding. In ‘News from Home’ poet Iduna Paalman beckons us into the lush green sanctuaries of Rotterdam’s allotment gardens, where nature’s allure meets urban, and sensuality.

Ever wondered about the psychology of desire from a dominatrix’s perspective? Fashion editor Julia Silverberg unveils the intriguing world of Eva Oh, shedding light on the intricacies of power and pleasure. In our feature ‘Object of Desire,’ writer and cartoonist Kawai Shen seduces us with the intoxicating allure of perfume, each scent a whispered promise of memories and devotion. Meanwhile, author Leïla Slimani strips away societal taboos to explore the hidden depths of female lust in an interview with screenwriter Abbie Boutkabout. We are also proud to feature the work of designer Chris Kabel who brings a plaster cast of the Borghese Gladiator to life with Hidden Color cards that cast traces of various amorous escapes. With each turn of the page, issue 22 of Extra Extra seduces us into a world of sensual delights and intellectual revelations, daring us to embrace the unknown and revel in the richness of human desire.

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No 21

No 21

Behind the firm squeeze of a leather-clad hand, issue 21 of Extra Extra awaits. Inside, we embrace the sounds of the city with director Ryusuke Hamaguchi, who speaks with curator Julian Ross about the sensory experience of language and the voice as a crucial transmitter of feeling. Curator Natasha Hoare delves into the spectacular world of artist Pipilotti Rist, where sensation is central and joy is a radical driving force. In our recurring feature ‘The Protagonist of the Erotic,’ writer Elianna Kan whirlwinds us through the oeuvre of iconic filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky. In this grotesque and bodily carnival, we are confronted with an unwavering lust for life. And we explore a different, steamy kind of lust in our eight new blazingly erotic short stories.

Architecture editor Nick Axel hears from Markus Bader of Raumlabor, a group building relations just as much as structures, creating spaces where collective imagining can thrive. We follow curator Christina Li through the humid, salty and neon-lit streets of Hong Kong, while writer Sharyfah Bhageloe treats us to a sumptuous selection of mouthwatering food in ‘News From Home,’ fusing flavour and pleasure into bite-sized encounters. Also in this issue, Cesar Majorana muses on flavour and body in the world of wine and Yelena Moskovich studies the figure-kissing catsuit, all amidst the spellbinding works of Tom Hsu, Jodi Bieber, Paul Kooiker and Aysen Kaptanoglu.

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No 20

No 20

Issue 20 of Extra Extra slinks about in the in-between. Choreographer and dancer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui moves with feeling and follows the senses in conversation with Judith Vrancken. Alice Diop discusses her first fiction feature Saint Omer with Nicholas Elliott, sharing the view behind her lens as she zooms in on skin, bodies and the defiant potential of sensuality. Our recurring feature The Protagonist of the Erotic is devoted to the iconic oeuvre of poet Anne Carson, as Canan Marasligil explores the delicious position she takes at the boundary.

We feature the commissioned essay ‘Sensuous Senescence’ by philosopher Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi, while Sam Steverlynck talks with musician Sylvie Kreusch in a squatted flat in Ghent. All of this is enveloped inside a cover graced by the work of Salman Toor, whose paintings we are proud to present in a portfolio feature. Also in issue 20 are eight erotic short stories along with words and works by Michael Portnoy, Priscila Fernandes, Rory Pilgrim and many, many more.

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No 19

No 19

The autumn/winter issue Extra Extra n°19 features theatre director Milo Rau in talks with Marijn Lems about the intertwinement of creative practice with his experience of today’s world. Our recurring essayistic feature The Protagonist of the Erotic is devoted to one of the most iconic pop stars of our generation: Janelle Monáe. Scholar Dan Hassler-Forest – who happens to be a Monáe devotee – reveals in this piece how pleasure can be a force for liberation, following Audre Lorde’s and José Esteban Muñoz’s writing. We are particularly proud to feature the work of Emma Amos in an artist portfolio. Anja Aronowsky Cronberg interviews accessory designer Stéphanie D’heygere on striving to find grace in the commonplace, paying attention to small gestures otherwise easily overlooked.

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We give the floor to John Cameron Mitchell in an in-depth interview on Shortbus with Paul Dallas, his masterpiece on urban desire, liberation and orgies in early 2000’s New York. Lauren Elkin, in the Epistolary essay, writes longing letters to Branwell Brontë while Justine Gensse takes us by the hand through Porto, the town of sassy poetry. As we believe recommending books is an inherently sexual act, Ben Eastham dives into the genre of coming-of-age stories in Extra Reading. In a special 16-page commission, discover Adrianus Kundert’s Mechanical Erections.

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No 18

No 18

Meet Extra Extra nº18 in secluded corners where red wildflowers blossom. Author Ayòbámi Adébáyò, feeling an absence of intimacy during the pandemic, ponders the nature of touching and closeness in distanced times.
Discover the sensual geometric landscapes of Koen Taselaar in ‘Flaccid Intermezzo,’ a special 16-page commission. Encounter a tantalising interview with glitch feminist Legacy Russell by Fatoş Üstek, while Studio Ossidiana explores the sentimental scale of the city with James Taylor-Foster, filmmaker Dea Kulumbegashvili converses with Caitlin Quinlan, and artist Lindsey Mendick speaks on vampiric love and destructive desire with Natasha Hoare. In the Some Thoughts on Cuisine essay, Kitty Drake spoons sugar and the tangy taste of oysters on your tongue, and Justine Gensse lifts a magnifying glass to erotic detective fiction in the Extra Reading feature.
Also in the issue, Quinn Latimer pens letters to firey syllables and gaze upon Pieter Hugo’s luminous portraiture, captured in Cape Town, Beijing and Mexico City.

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No 17

No 17

Biting into papaya fruit, Extra Extra nº17 is ripe with deliciousness. There’s a brand new essay, The Protagonist of the Erotic, in which Nicholas Elliott explores the libidinal oeuvre of David Cronenberg. Find interviews with the artist of mythic landscapes, Michael Armitage by Kashif Sharma-Patel, author of Reverse Cowgirl, McKenzie Wark by Hans Demeyer, filmmaker Amat Escalante by Caitlin Quinlan, and riotously colourful designer Bethan Laura Wood by Fatos Üstek. Ponder OOO with celebrated theorist Graham Harman, while Dan Fox shares a few of his love letters. Have your ears kissed by sweltering erotic short stories. Or plunge deep into the Hong Rover in Nam Thi’s URBEX on Hanoi, coming face to face with fierce, thousand-year-old lust.
Also in the issue is Tina Barney’s iconic series of nudes and a unique, 16-page commission titled ‘Bathing into being’ by Aliki van der Kruijs.

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No 16

No 16

Oh la la la, it’s a cloud white cover holding 208 scintillating pages of urban erotic encounters. Find places of interest and pleasure in our new feature Attractions by Seb Emina. Find photographer Akasha Rabut falling head over heels for New Orleans, capturing the spirit of this vibrant city. Find conversations with fashion designer Kenneth Ize and Anja Aronowsky Cronberg, academic Lauren Berlant and Hans Demeyer, Three Women bestseller-author Lisa Taddeo and Natasha Hoare. Explore with us the evocative essays by Emmanuel Iduma and Patricia Pisters. Lose yourself in our selection of erotic short stories. Roam the streets of Milan together with Giulia Gregnanin in this edition’s URBEX. Also, a one of a kind 16-page fun ‘Ass Tit Mag’ by Bertjan Pot.

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No 15

No 15

Extra Extra 15 sparks, in times of distance, lustiness. London based artist Saelia Aparicio, in conversation with Natasha Hoare, understands bodies in a way that is both amusing and socially liberating. On Berlin, watery erotics and the fiery hair of the contemporary nymph Undine, there’s filmmaker Christian Petzold. Animator Wong Ping speaks on new forms of digital connectivity at the height of Hong Kong’s lockdown, while photographer Alec Soth captures palpable chemistry between lovers. Enjoy a selection of erotic short stories on parks. Also, and new in this edition, is a one of a kind 16-page work by iconic graphic designer Karel Martens.

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No 14

No 14

Extra Extra n°14 hovers over many lightening skylines, feeling the metropolis hum. Lisbon based film maker Pedro Costa tells you more on the intimate touch of his protagonist Vitalina Varlela. The eminent philosopher Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi awakens desire and pleasure in the age of impotence. Also in the issue, the artist Monster Chetwynd and an exciting new voice in non-fiction, Kevin Breathnach. Singer-songwriter Devendra Banhart candidly speaks on the thrill of sexy messages. Enjoy a graphic novel on living room fantasies and some sweltering book suggestions on travelling.

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No 13

No 13

Simply, pure sexiness: Extra Extra n°13 is in full swing. Caress the darker side of lust with Taiwanese filmmaker Tsai Ming-Liang. Embrace the bodies of unknown forces with choreographer Meg Stuart. Follow the rhythm of Brega and dancers of frevo through the lens of artist-duo Bárbara Wagner & Benjamin de Burca. Whilst Parasite 2.0 invites you to feel BDSM-inspired blocks of foam. And, yes, exist through more than one soul, philosopher Justin E.H. Smith travels to the Vessel of Others in the Tentacular Thinking essay. Before feverish winds gust towards Tangier, with Abdelkader Benali’s URBEX.

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No 12

No 12

Extra Extra n°12 lands in the arms of sultriness! Share the sensuous gestures of dancer and choreographer Boris Charmatz. Angry, in love, seduced and seductive – there’s the poet Keston Sutherland. Be wilfully disoriented by filmmaker Anocha Suwichakornpong. Find a loving home inside the universe of Antonia Showering’s paintings. Peer through silky rose curtains at the photographer Deana Lawson. Put on your zebra skin, baby, Athi-Patra Ruga’s artistic talent fill our hearts with helium. Or wrap yourself in fabric – Vestjoj founding editor Anja Aronowsky Cronberg delves into her closet in ‘Saudade: An Echo of the Past in the Future’.

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No 11

No 11

Extra Extra n°11 turns your senses upside down. Seeing bodies as monsters, Lucrecia Martell talks of unruly desires on the left bank of the Paraguay River. Taste Anicka Yi’s artworks whose flavour can spur longing. Unmasking the erotics between performer and audience: learn how to live in another body with Quinn Latimer. Out of sight, Fatos Ustek elaborates an exciting reading of Alain Badiou’s In Praise of Love. Cruising for discretion, Richard John Jones unravels the history of poppers. Then uplift your body, higher and higher, with the sultry sound of the Parisian music collective Tshegue.

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No 10

No 10

Hold in your hands the steamy Extra Extra n°10. Luscious and seductive voices: together with Allan Tannenbaum, travel in time and revive Studio 54. Let fashion designer Victor Barragán ruffle your expectations. Accompany filmmaker Bertrand Mandico to an island of pleasures in Les Garçons Sauvages. Or blossom with Charlotte Schleiffert’s drawings on metamorphosis. Sticking out her tongue,  performance artist Ieva Misevičiūtė discusses tangents, verticality. Indeed, the tongue, a lavish subject, is explored by Agnieszka Piotrowska within the pool of monstrous passions. Finally, with Laura Sangrà we land on the edges of Barcelona’s bristly poetry, staring at the sky’s flaming tassels.

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No 9

No 9

Extra Extra n°9 is an audacious elixir. Palme d’Or winner Apichatpong Weerasethakul sits on our table, sharing tenderness and warm humour. Come, devour the artwork of Laure Prouvost, swallowing the seductive elements that foam: lactation, smell, secretion, and corpulence. Sarah Anne Johnson blows up sparkles of abstract paint on your bed. Do you want to play? Fatos Ustek muses on about the sensuality of play, and what elapses an encounter. Biting words, performer Michael Portnoy explores the unity between sex and language. And, in your delicious company, author Matthew Beaumont takes you on a literary journey through London at night.

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No 8

No 8

Put your hand through the mailbox, Extra Extra n°8 is a scintillating delivery. Fashioning a cinema of longing, director Alain Guiraudie speaks of fascination and repulsion. Hop on a flight from Kyoto to Stockholm, along with dancer and choreographer Shintaro Oue. Take a peek at the enticing imagery: George Nebieridze is one of the sparkling stars of the Berlin photography scene. Lose yourself in the unique figurative works by accountant-turned-artist Bhupen Khakhar; Helen Verhoeven depicts the classic artist-muse relationship, and the intimate, dreamy portraits of Shen Wei render a secretive and poetic world.

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No 7

No 7

Extra Extra n°7 dares to share fantasies. Croatian philosopher Srećko Horvat ponders the radically of love. The director of Pornography and Song From Far Away, Simon Stephens writes with razor precision of trapped lives. Poet Stephen Romer dives into the French Decadent movement, that placed the erotic at its heart. Ari Versluis witnessed the birth of the Gabber scene in 1990s Rotterdam, snapshotting people in a euphoric state of trance. Sam Steverlynck ventures into lustful plosives and sensual labials. And in the URBEX feature, Övül Durmusoglu lingers in the parks of timeless Istanbul, waiting for fabulous divas to appear.

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No 6

No 6

Extra Extra n°6 comes sweeping into the room. Meet the celebrated film director Carlos Reygadas, and his intimate, vividly tactile movies Japón and Post Tenebras Lux Carlos. Be regaled by Hussle Club frontman Prince Terrence, who tells tales Brooklyn and partying with punk-icon Debbie Harry. Rock the Barbican with artist Eddie Peake who shares his love for Jungle. Prepare for new adventures at the Volksbühne, Berlin with Mette Ingvartsen. Invoking a tropical universe, Melanie Bonajo has an eye for absurdist nudes. Gracing the cover is a photo by Max Pinckers & Quinten de Bruyn who paint stories of transition in Thailand.

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No 5

No 5

Traversing the globe, Extra Extra n°5 searches for blazing stories and mysterious encounters. Alejandro Zambra‘s melancholic and inventive fiction closely connects the everyday with romantic, and sometimes uncomfortable, love. Join filmmaker Lisandro Alonso for a rendezvous and intimate view into his mythical masterpiece Jauja. Vogue in Paris with Beijing-based artist Tianzhuo Chen. Ponder Jonah Goodman’s ‘Musings’ on the sexiest sense: scent. Travel to unexpected locations via the URBEX of Rotterdam. Wonder with Douglas Coupland on state of relationships in the twenty-first century. Whilst writer Alasdair Gray pens lust and life in letters and Nikita Shokhov photo documents Moscow nightlife.

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No 4

No 4

Show Extra Extra n°4 your come to bed eyes. Collin LaFleche weaves you a rather raw coming of age story. After bumping into eachother in their Brooklyn neighbourhood, filmmaker João Pedro Rodrigues and Paul Dallas speak of birds and maps, saints and sexual ecstasy. Mary Reid Kelley shares her fascination for the grotesque, whilst Mircea Cărtărescu transmits desire from a lonely room in a Bucharest. Let novelist Álvaro Enrigue makes you blush with a tale of chef’s libidinal recovery. And roam – taking the twist and turns of nostalgia  – through the streets of Beirut in the URBEX.

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No 3

No 3

Urban longing: Extra Extra n°3 is here. In new section ‘Musings’ – studies of the senses – Adam Kleinman whispers sweet nothings in your ear. Get lost in distortion with electronic-musician Planningtorock. Chance upon Kenneth Anger, whose canonical short films make your retina tingle. Deceit, desire and one night stands: Ira Sachs covers all. Dear lovers of photography, Ren Hang presents you with uncensored nudity whilst duo Synchrodogs expose the interrelation between human and nature. We dedicate twenty pages to Armen Eloyan, who opens up a world of cartoon-esque underground sexuality, and Kati Heck who paints enchanted mundanities.

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No 2

No 2

Extra Extra n°2 emanates glamour. The daring cinema of Catherine Breillat is charged with erotic tensions; delve into her oeuvre and latest film –  Abus de Faiblesse. Be whisked away to Fire Island, where artists AA Bronson and Carlos Motta speak of queer rituals, intimacy and mortality. Inseparable from his camera, Maxime Ballesteros ventures into Berlin‘s nightlife. Dream of building a house for a secret mistress with Atelier Bow-Wow. Glimpse angelic women within fantastical landscapes by Lisa Yuskavage. Before taking a rollercoaster ride through Brussels in the URBEX, exposing what is behind the cluttered facades of this administrative metropolis.

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No 1

No 1

Extra Extra nouveau magazine erotique celebrates the sensual modern life against a vibrant urban decor. In its very first instalment, Brooklyn-based film director Nicolas Provost speaks openly on place and space. Elegant, willowy silhouettes glide past. Fashion designer Veronique Branquinho shares her love for gravelly voices and raw materials. Petit but powerful, Louise Lecavalier on creating new forms of relationships in the dance world. There’s also Oscar van den Boogaard‘s short story Living Dolls and photographer Aneta Bartos‘ vulnerable Boys. In the URBEX, Defne Ayas wanders the streets of historical and contemporary Shanghai, exploring the city’s hyper-palimpsest.

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Valora Retail A.GmbH&CoKG
Airport Departure

Prainer Christian
Hoher Markt 1

Thalia Buch & Medien GmbH
Hauptplatz 6

Philip Glaser Books
Kirsebaerbakken 14

Super Salon
Chmielna 10

Print Matters
Predigerplatz 42

Lorem (not Ipsum)

JRP Ringier Kunstverlag
Limmastrasse 270