- 232 pages
- 24cm x 16.5cm
- London, 2019
Swim is a London-based annual art & photography magazine devoted to collaboration and exploration. This issue explores how and why artists change medium; from photographs by painters to paintings by musicians, it showcases work that signifies a shift in an artist’s practice.
In this issue:
- Izabela Anna Moren on Forensic Architecture, and its many-sided approach to investigating human rights violations
- Andrew Hunt speaks to visual artist Polly Apfelbaum about “opening painting up”
- Each copy features a one-of-a-kind, hand-painted and screen-printed cover