Coming off a well-received fifth issue of Cero Magazine, Cero Collective seeks to rededicate our commitment to spotlighting intriguing and impactful talent. For our sixth issue, we have set our sights on the bustling steel and brick jungle that is our home and base of operations, New York City. Drawing inspiration from the sprawling metropolis’ built environment, its never-ending fount of performance talent, and the thought leaders and activists working to improve life for the city’s denizens, CERO06 is an encapsulation of New York’s vibrant and globally resonant cultural output. Within the three exclusive covers of CERO06 are a slew of high-profile movers and shakers, from Anthony Ramos, Jordan Roth and Hari Nef to Peter Do, Patricia von Musulin, and Ethan James Green.
Conversation between Ocean Vuong and Peter Do on queer Vietnamese identity and artistry
Commentary on the regression of trans rights by pioneering activist Raquel Willis
An exploration of New York’s most impactful live performers and creatives, including Justin Peck (New York City Ballet resident choreographer) and Andrew Burnap (Tony winner)
Profiles of New York-based activists working to fill in humanitarian gaps within migrant and working-class communities, shot by Janette Beckman
Discussions with stars of this summer’s biggest blockbusters: Anthony Ramos and Dominique Fishback of Transformers: Rise of the Beasts and Hari Nef of Barbie
A survey of iconic accessories by brands rooted firmly in New York’s cultural landscape