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Hapax Magazine takes its name from the literary term ‘hapax legomenon’ describing a one-off, creative departure from an author’s oeuvre — something unique and new and ‘said only once’ in their practice.
Hapax Magazine now makes this idea visual by commissioning international lens-based artists, writers and curators who are keen to test new ideas which depart from their previously established creative practice. The result: a magazine quite distinct from the established model, as the content hasn’t existed before, and will only be seen in its printed pages.
In an age of visual overload and repetition, Hapax Magazine creates a space to incubate new ideas, share them with an audience, and also keep them special.
Including newly commissioned works by Alice Duncan, Gaia Cambiaggi, Jo Longhurst, Sana Ginwalla and Yvette Monahan. With new curations from Eva Eicker considering the work of Bieke Depoorter, Emil Lombardo, and Zora J. Murff and Rana Young; and Isabella Seniuta curating images from the archive of James Barnor.
Published by Hapax
170 x 230 mm