Wednesday, June 30, 2010


032c is a biannual contemporary culture magazine, edited by Joerg Koch, that's both timely and timeless - a celebration of and for the most cutting-edge in art, culture and fashion. It's been founded in 2000 in Berlin and is distributed to 29 countries where it can be found in select art bookstores, fashion boutiques and newsstands worldwide. According to the New York Times "The magazine fuses art and architecture, literature, urban studies and fashion in ways that can make one forget how depressing a visit to the newsstand has become." 032c workshop is an exhibition space in Berlin where an exhibition that will feature the fashion work of Russian fashion designer, film maker and photographer Gosha Rubchinskiy will start on July 5th, 2010. At just 25, Rubchinskiy has been making waves in the fashion world for his distinctly Russian aesthetic which has been described as "a personal take on the fetishistic uniformity of Moscow street gangs' post-Perestroika suburb sportswear mixed with political paraphernalia". His fanzines are also celebrated for their brutal portrayal of the post-Soviet generation. To accompany the exhibition, 032c and Motto Distribution will co-publish a catalogue edition of Rubchinskiy's photography in a limited edition print-run of 300.
The opening reception of the exhibition will be on July 5th, 8pm.
Address: Brunnenstra├če 9, 10119 Berlin

Here are some photos of Rubchinskiy's spring/summer 10 collection.