All in Issues

Musée presents a new, stellar issue 'Breaking Tradition', showcasing trends in non-traditional methods of photography including smart phone photography, chemigrams, camera-less photography, and more. Notable artists for the issue include Cindy Sherman, Joel Grey, Rob Pruitt, Vik Muniz, Hank Willis Thomas, Matthew Brandt, and the inventor of the Chemigram, Pierre Cordier. Breaking Tradition is honored to be debuting new work from Vik Muniz and Hank Willis Thomas who have used their iPhones to create new images specifically for Musée No. 3. Fifty emerging photographers also embraced the Breaking Tradition theme and created truly amazing imagery, with an unconventional scope. Musée also interviews renowned New York based collector Beth Rudin DeWoody and the illustrious Director of the Whitney Museum Adam Weinberg

Musée Magazine No. 2 interviews two guest artists whose works are often perceived around the issue of fear. Andres Serrano, once accused of taunting the American people, is an ever-evolving artist who shows us the ordinary in extraordinary ways. Fearless himself, Serrano constantly tests the boundaries through shocking imagery, often dealing with provocative subjects like religion, sexuality and social issues. Second guest artist, Trevor Paglen, whose work is greatly influenced by his scientific and artistic background, is interested in photography as a means of truth telling. The latest issue also includes an engaging profile on the Director of the Brooklyn Museum, Arnold Lehman, and an interview with seasoned photography collector Vicente Wolf. Finally, Musée Magazine No. 2 is proud to platform 72 new emerging photographers; 3 featured Editors Picks by Levi Jackson, Loli Mass, and Dana Goldstein; and 3 emerging creative writers, Dmitry Kiper, Kelly Aronowitz, and Diane Echer

Musée Magazine No. 1 premieres with over 50 emerging photographers in more than 100 pages. Our premiere issue features interviews with talented guest artists Anthony Goicolea and Sarah Greenberger Rafferty. Diane Echer, an emerging writer based in New York, is inspired by Tucker Friend’s photograph through a work of fiction. Finally Dmitry Kiper interviews Ann Schaffer, seasoned art consultant, collector, and curator, to seek Ann’s advice for the young collector