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O Magazine

2015-2017

On any given day like today,

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THE DATA THAT ENDED UP INSCRIBED IN MY HEAD

Aïda Camprubi

Marina and I

Mar Calpena

Waterloo Sunset. 50 years of a melancholic working class anthem

Begoña Gómez

Mati Klarwein: Pop Afrocentrism

Marcos Gendre

The attack of sexual robots

Juan Belami

Recording silence

Marcos Gendre

Things I do while you work: I go and see a flat I couldn’t buy in 100 lives

Diana Aller

Fashion and post-Soviet aesthetics

Víctor M. Hidalgo

False friends: 7. Michel Houellebecq

Rubén Lardín

BIG FREEDIA KEEPS HER BOOTY IN PLACE

Aïda Camprubi

A dalek minuet

Alexandre Serrano

Pop library mania: long live stupid labels!

Ricard Martín

Three minutes to the end of the world. Transmission 3

Kikol Grau

Welcome to Silent Hill contemporary art centre

Aarón Rodríguez Serrano

Soziedad Alkohólika: Surviving censorship

Nando Cruz

A Farewell to Language

Óscar del Pozo

Zico Joins O

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Reality doodles

Joan Pons

A new altar, probably. An interview with Velasco Broca and Julián Génisson

Déborah García

Fuck everything in 20 steps

Joan Pons

An interview with Olivier Assayas

Gerard Casau

Fangoria – Geometría Polisentimental

Stanley Sunday

Hidrogenesse. Siglo XIX

Stanley Sunday

At home we play like this

Victor Navarro Remesal

Mykki Blanco and Arca: The New Great Masturbators

Henry J Darger

Les Anglais ont debarqué

Valerie Steenhaut

Three minutes to the end of the world. Transmission 2

Kikol Grau

YOUNG THUG’S NEW CLOTHES

Ben Tuthill

Things I do while you work. I find inspiration in a museum.

Diana Aller

GIF AS ART: BILL DOMONKOS

Déborah García

Sight, touch, hearing: an interview with Vaughan Oliver

Joan Pons

“The House As A City” – Apartamento Magazine. By Adrià Cañameras

Adrià Cañameras

The forgotten centuries of athletics

Mar Calpena

A Memory of Horror

Carlos Losilla

WIGGLE IT, JUST A LITTLE BIT…

Patricia Valero
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