Alla Carta is a biannual Italian magazine that was conceived to 'explore the social act of eating around the table through fashion, design, art and cinema.'
It's moved some distance from this in that the food motif feels more submerged, but the magazine is highly sumptuous in terms of the quality and quantity of the (conceptual or themed) imagery and its lush print production. If you collect only a handful from the current crop of truly interesting European fashion, culture and photography magazines, think about putting Alla Carta in the frame.
Here's the publisher's description for the latest issue:
'The main character of the videogame Nirvana, the sci-fi film directed by Salvatores in ’97, gets in contact with a virus that provides him a form of consciousness, which brings him to wishing to be dead so as not to live in that digital world, made of fiction. It was 1997 and that was purely a hypothetical vision of what, in the near future, living in a digital world would have meant.
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