Odiseo new issue is hot off the press: Volume Six comes after the past issue’s tribute to erotic mags’ conservative paper sleeve cover. Got back the paint splattered spine, a playful and evocative still-life pic by Arnaud Lajeunie opens the sixth issue. Volume 6 features the editorial “Intimate Failure and Exhilarating Fun” by photographer Arnaud Lajeunie; Barrie Hullegie’s and Mar Ordóñez’s editorials and a delicate and suggestive photo essay by Paul Jung. Writing are by Eugenia Lapteva, Jonathan Lahey Dronsfield. We are glad to feature in the current issue Fiktion’s second installment (chapters 1–4 of Popppappp, by Momus). Jesús Umbría’s Archive on Hajime Sorayama and an audiovisual essay by Albert Moya cap the publication.
Pre-order limited to 500 copies. Shipping set to mid-July 2015.
«Odiseo aims to neutralize the gender bias by featuring a mix of sexual imagery and poignant arts essays, enabling a ‘moving away from genres and stereotypes’.» NOWNESS on Odiseo Vol. 6
Odiseo Vol. 6 is dedicated to the mutually interdependent dialectic between Nature and Artifice.