- 222 pages
- 36cm x 28cm
- Published in London, 2019
Taking its inspiration from the pleasure gardens of 18th-century London, Pleasure Garden magazine steps away from the practicalities of weeding and planting, and instead places the garden within a wider cultural context that presents it as a place filled with art, music, fashion and sex.
This issue goes Au Naturel – uncovering a theme that has had shifting boundaries and conflicting definitions.
In this issue:
- Jo Metson Scott photographs his legacy at Gravetye
- Jonny Bruce on a journey to three subversive gardens that liberated his thinking of what a garden could be
- Revisiting Howards Sooley’s photographs of Derek Jarman and Dungeness
- The vegetable gardens of chef Alain Passard documented over a year by Alexandre Guirkinger
- Designer Erdem Moralıoğlu on fashion and self-expression