I guest-edited The Modernist Issue 33: Junction.
Stay or go, left or right, backwards forwards, in or out? How remiss it would be at this point in history not to begin the J series on the subject of Junctions. The figurative kind: those between being in and out of favour; those with the establishment on one side and counter-culture on the other; spaces evolved from many cultural moments and the junctions that connect where you’re from, to where you went, to where you’ve returned. And, of course, the concrete sort. As in made of concrete. For all you fans.
As if I’d forget you lot.
Includes pieces by Wayne Hemmingway, Chris Difford from Squeeze & The Haçienda architect Ben Kelly.
Reporters nicknamed Glienicker Brücke as ‘Bridge of Spies’ during the Cold War. The more the Soviets siphoned off their secret world, the more the West let its creative imagination fill in the blanks. The Cold War-era – and Glienicker Brücke – came to define cult 20th-century spy-fiction and its tales of espionage……
A collection of some of my favourite @under_rocks_sarah_feeney
Instagram posts. From New Mexico to Seattle to Switzerland – a global romp via all things automotive.
I have an aesthetics fetish for the whole iron-curtain thing so I LOVED Bucharest. It was typical faded-grandeur, dictatorship, revolution-vibe.
The Under Rocks city guide to Bucharest, Romania.
Contact me here to order a print from the Under Rocks #ChasingCarsAndConcrete archive. Go on. All prints are available […]