Nearly 40 years ago Gerhard Theewen founded Salon magazine with contributions by young, known and unknown, artists. Between 1977 and 1982 eleven issues were published. A special retrospective twelfth issue appeared in 1992 and a reprint of all the issues was compiled in two volumes in 2008. In the spring of 2016 Salon magazine was revived and, like in its first issue, the second one presents artist’s contributions created especially for the arisen magazine. All contributions are b&w offset printed without any accompanying texts or essays. Salon was and now is again an art magazine not on art but as art.
Issue #3 contains contributions by: Heiner Blumenthal, Christoph Bucher, Franz Burkhardt, Thimo Franke, Manor Grunewald, Lenia Hauser, Lukas Heerich, Tess Hurrell, Johanna Jaeger, Andy Kassier, Michaela Melián, Klaus Rinke, Daniel Roth, Natascha Schmitten and Johannes Wohnseifer.
3-4 issues of Salon magazine will appear annually. You can buy each issue separately from Sea Urchin or subscribe to all the issues of one year with Salon Verlag. The number of subscriptions is limited to 100. Subscribers will receive an extra signed and numbered print by Marcus Neufanger (edition of 100).