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vicente muñoz

art direction and design:
ben fehrman-lee
julia novitch

copyediting:
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contributing photographers:
william jess laird
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natalie o’moore
hamish pearch
oliver hadlee pearch
charlie rubin
jason schmidt
tim schutsky
giovanna silva
neige thébault

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a. e. benenson
mark brown
rodolfo kronfle chambers
josé esparza chong cuy
lucy charlesworth freeman
francesca gavin
jibade-khalil huffman
jessica kwok
zoë lescaze
benoît loiseau
camila marambio
giovanna silva
himali singh soin
francesco tenaglia

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about

balcony is a bi-annual collection of conversations with artists situated in the everyday. each issue contains a selection of dialogues as well as visual stories and original artworks. sidestepping conventions of both art criticism and the artist profile, balcony presents the artist’s voice as its primary source, blurring the boundaries between the art world and the everyday.

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