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IN MY SKIN

Photography by Emma Summerton Styling by Daniela Paudice

Cover story of 212 Prada Summer/Spring 2022 from issue XIII Herland.

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TILDA SWINTON

Memoria of a Life Well Lived

INTERVIEW BY Merve Arkunlar

We delved into the subjects of gender, deepened her views on her latest project Memoria and managed to get her own set of word on what does ‘Being Tilda’ mean. _read more

MEET THE ARTIST

WE ARE NOT COMING BACK

Women and girls running to their freedom like wild horses... Welcome to the fairy-tale story of young runaway women as portrayed by Justine Kurland. Decimating the roles attributed to women in the modern world, Kurland employs a contemporary narrative, as she reconsiders the strong, fearless and feminine myths rooted in matriarchal societies. _read more

10 QUESTIONS WITH EKİN ÖZBİÇER

Southern Turkey’s replica palace hotels are monuments to our perverse desire to travel whilst staying at home and represent the illusions of mass tourism. Turkish photographer Ekin Özbiçer’s photo series portrays this comforting illusion from within. _read more

YUVAL NOAH HARARI

HUMAN AFTER ALL

On his visit to Istanbul, historian and author of the bestsellers ‘Sapiens’ and ‘Homo Deus’, Yuval Noah Harari, meets us to discuss the secrets of our species’ past success, our present entanglement with authoritarianism, and our future, synthetic, selves. _read more

MEET THE ARTIST

THE REMAINS OF THE DAY

Ukkonen paints the sadness, pain, loneliness and monotony of daily life with rich colours, dynamic drawings and details that put a smile on your face. In this respect, she comes across as a storyteller who deals with human nature, without compromising on joy and optimism. _read more

MEET THE ARTIST

THE IMPERFECT STORY OF BEAUTY

Annelie Vandendael made it her personal goal to show real people and their real beauty, with all the flaws that make us unique.By reinforcing her style with colour and texture that preserves the flaws and realistic details of analogue photography, Vandendael only distances herself from the wrong definition of beauty, not from beauty itself. _read more