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  • 216 pages 
  • 31cm x 23cm 
  • Published in Turin, 2018 

From art to fashion, culture to sport, design to cinema, and science to photography, Archivio exists on the principle that there are no barriers on what belongs between its pages. In the words of its editors, it maintains “[the] ability to watch everything from a contemporary point of view, because what archives can teach us is how memory becomes future.”


With all that in mind, the magazine’s “Crime and Power Issue” features wide-ranging work on the topics of everything from the Gulf War to the ties between photography and anxiety.


Archivio won Best Use of Photography at the 2018 Stack Awards


In this issue:


  • The Secret Life of Elena Ferrari
  • The Jonestown Massacre
  • Michael Salu on private pictures from the first Gulf War
  • Brad Feuerhelm on anxiety and photography


Issue 4 of Archivio is available to buy here

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