Photography, Stuff

Petőfi‘s Corpse 

Petőfi‘s Corpse by Tomoya Imamura Petőfi‘s Corpse is an attempt to describe the Hungarian present whose post-socialist reality nourishes a new form of nationalism. After centuries of foreign rule, the losers perspective has shaped the identity of the country and today leads to a rediscovery and reinvention of one’s own history. Pre-Christian legends and heroic […]

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featured, Stuff

BEAUTIFUL – Submit for Print Issue

DRECK magazine is back printing. We will be releasing monthly Limited Edition issues starting this August. August issue’s theme is BEAUTIFUL.  We want to redefine the term “beautiful” and showcase what is beautiful to us. We will be accepting submissions until July, 20. Submissions can include photography, art, illustration, text, articles, fashion editorials… dreck@dreck-mag.com  

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Events, Stuff

Georgina Hill // Sacred Bands

(LONDON) Art Night London, as the largest free contemporary art festival in the UK, is about to give us a bold, classic in times and yet very present exhibition featuring the work of British artist Georgina Hill in collaboration with composer Mark Springer and singer Emmanuel Papadopoulos on June 22nd. Interview by Callikrati Vuyuk DRECK: […]

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Fashion, Stuff

Patrick Church

Patrick Church is a British artist and designer based in NYC. His personal style of mixing art and fashion and playing with textures and layers makes his work truly unique.

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Books

Virtuoso by Yelena Moskovich

Yelena Moskovich is a Ukrainian-born, American and French artist and writer, author of Virtuoso (Serpent’s Tail, 2019) hailed by the Guardian as “arrestingly self-assured…hard to resist” and her debut novel The Natashas (Serpent’s Tail, 2016) acclaimed by the Financial Times as ‘brave, original prose [that] radiates with heat’, and named a book of the year by the Irish Times, […]

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Art, Photography

Michael Søndergaard is a contemporary art photographer and filmmaker based in Copenhagen. Focusing on portraiture, he often works with the culture and identity of youth and gender. Through his work, he always tries to communicate a sense of melancholia and fragility, because he thinks the power lies within vulnerability and sincerity. “I always search for beauty in the […]

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