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Mograg Magazine Vol. 02 (2010): Horror

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  • Title: Mograg Magazine Vol. 02 (2010): Horror
  • Artist: Various Artists
  • Label: Mograg Magazine
  • Format: Book
  • Price: €13,00EU (incl. 7% VAT)€12,15non-EU

“Japanese Art & culture Magazine. But NOT “otaku”. B5 size, 128 pages, black & white and colour.

Mograg Magazine spotlights the works of relatively unknown art originators who relentlessly pursue their own worlds of expression with works that are filled with an edgy, strange magnetism, quite different from the anonymous, collective type of artwork, such as figure-focused anime and manga, that has become so common in the one dimensional otaku culture of today’s Japan.
Artspace Mograg Garage releases an art and culture magazine for lovers of all things visual. Volume 2 of Mograg Magazine will be released in December, 2010.
 
Each issue of Mograg Magazine is a collection of reflections on works of artists who each create pieces of art based on a theme. The magazine’s
content contributors are writers, art columnists, manga artists and art reporters, some writing from a visual, sensual perspective, others from an intellectual, ideological perspective. The result of these two perspectives is a magazine that will delight your art senses.
The theme of the current issue is Horror.”

Art of Horror:
Hoji Tsuchiya, Koji Maekawa, Ryohei Minami, Asahiko Yamasaki, Shogo Yoshikawa, Chaos*Lounge-Uso Fujishiro, Kazuki Umezawa, Ichirinsha, Tomoko, Datsuo, Hitoshi Odajima, Kleptomaniac, Sekintani la Norihiro, Satoshi Okano, oki-chu.

Special Feature:
The Man, Masahiro Yamaguchi by Masahiro Yamaguchi.
The Secret Story of the Haunted House and Hanayashiki: an Amusement Park Now and Then.

Conversation:
Hoji Tsuchiya & Rokudai Tanaka, Ryohei Minami & Tonchi, Asahiko Yamasaki & Tsunekichi Suzuki

Review:
Misreading Shougo Yoshikawa by Keiko Iguchi

Long Interview:
Yohei Kurose's Sprouted Seeds

BUFFET Columun:
BAIYON, Ume-LABO, Mirai Okura, Kenji Nakamura, Smelly, DokiDoki Club, Drum no Hito, Shohei Ishikawa, JAQWA

Culture:
Domu Kobayash, Rokudai Tanaka, HoshikuzunoKirameki, Maya Fujiwara, Michihiro Hori

Illustration : Shota Sakamoto and Yosuke Goda
Photos: Yuya Saito