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The 250-page annual publication, States, is a platform for global creators to engage with key contemporary questions. Interviews, analysis, opinions, reviews, short stories, recipes, comics, photographs, and illustrations come together in a luxury art object to advance and bring diverse perspectives to cultural debate.
The production and publication of States, in both its magazine and podcast iterations, is one of the four major content and programming pillars of Villa Albertine, alongside (1) a groundbreaking residency program (2) a portfolio of 15 cross-disciplinary grants and programs and (3) a calendar of public programs throughout the country. States mirrors the institution’s ambitious scope to tackle issues and projects across the entire varied US landscape, and provides Villa Albertine’s residents and other leading multidisciplinary creatives another medium through which to incubate and share their ideas for a better global future.
The magazine’s name is a double reference to both the American cultural landscape (the magazine’s primary analytic subject), and to the “states” and manifestations of contemporary thought and creation.
Published by Villa Albertine
169 x 231 mm