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The second issue of ALL–IN is about bringing people together. Everyone has a right to be heard — all we need is the space and time to hear one another. It's more than you, me, or them. It's about us.
Director Harmony Korine talks with Marfa Journal about selling out, always being the best Harmony, and how to balance success and sensitivity. Actress / activist Amandla Stenberg opens up to her friend Emmanuel Olunkwa about authenticity, celebrity, and owning your identity; Amandla also discusses what it means to be an activist in her exclusive essay, Authenticity Activism. Designer Bernhard Willhelm and artist / performer Colby Keller talk never taking yourself too seriously. Directors Josh and Benny Safdie reveal how they make movies on their own terms. Party Monster / artist Michael Alig reflects on his time being queer in solitary confinement. Designer / architect Gaetano Pesce explains why every day needs to be different, and is introduced to Moses Gauntlett Cheng at his workshop.
ALL–IN 2's 176 pages also feature: memories from the Tom of Finland Foundation, postcards by Susan Cianciolo, interviews with artist Tabor Robak and architect Andreas Angelidakis, an editorial featuring words of wisdom from India Salvor Menuez, Michael Bailey-Gates, Chloe Wise, Gogo Graham, and others, poetry by Georgia Ford, Donald Cumming, and Dasha Nekrasova, a look inside Max Lamb's home and studio, and more.
We need each other. $2 from every issue sold through our web store will be donated to Black Lives Matter.