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Currency Series

Currency, an edgy four-times-a-year hard-cover magazine, is edited and art-directed by artist Sico Carlier, whose text- and collage-based works have been displayed in places like New York’s Gracie Mansion Gallery, San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, London’s Pineal Eye and Paris’s Lagerfeld Gallery. It’s a mash-up of traditional magazine forms in a new style – for example, Carlier mixes recent interviews with some that are decades old, and he combines photography and line drawing. Don’t expect to figure out who wrote what, or even what is an advertisement, and what is editorial – this is a magazine that breaks all boundaries.