We fell in love with Cercle when we found it in a magazine shop in Barcelona and the entire issue was about volcanoes, so when it became available in the U.K. we jumped at the chance to stock it.
Cercle Magazine presents its eleventh issue and this year focuses on the theme of Mythology. This issue is always curious and demanding: whether it is foundational, contemporary or forward-looking, the theme of Mythology will be approached from many angles. Interviews, a selection of artists in its portfolio pages, but also various columns will give the vision of numerous contributors from all over the world.
Four interviewes: Henri Deleersnijder, Belgian historian, professor and essayist on the construction of Europe, from myth to reality. Angelin Preljocaj, dancer and choreographer, on his latest creation Mythologie and the world of dance. David le Breton, anthropologist, sociologist and writer of numerous books, on the theme of faces and identity in contemporary society. Nathalie Cabrol, Franco-American astrobiologist attached to the American Seti Institute, on the search for traces of extraterrestrial life in the universe.
A portfolio and interviewse of artists: Julien Mauve (France), Laust Højgaard (Danmark), Alice Rosati (Italy), AES+F (Russia), Clément Vuillier (France), Anargyros Drolapas (Greece), Boris Bućan (Croatia), Rajni Perera (Sri Lanka), Yorgos Yatromanolakis (Greece), …