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Odalisque (OD.M.)

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Odalisque Magazine (OD.M) seeks to challenge, question and pay tribute to the objectified human body. Showcasing fashion, photography and visual arts that involve and engage the viewer, presenting artistic and eccentric imagery and prose, raising questions regarding neutrality and confrontation. OD.M offers provocative social critique, valuing culture over commerce, and inspired collaborations with new talents and established artists. 

The fifth issue of Odalïsque Magazine aka OD.M includes editorials and features that focus on what is really important all over the world. It is about uniting, staying on track, speaking out, focusing and being disciplined; pushing ourselves and supporting one another whilst maintaining positive creative energy.

“Tokyo x 2” in this issue is a powerful section highlighting multidisciplinary Japanese artists. Young artist, Masaho Anotani, whose complex collage compositions are made almost entirely by hand, is interviewed alongside an inspirational editorial. Another feature is an interview with the well-known and award-winning photographer Eikoh Hosoe. 

Other interviews feature style icons such as; Kimberly Wesson, American co-funder of 1.61 clothing brand; Lina Aastrup, Swedish based designer from the brand Hyde’s Spectacles; Massimo Giorgetti, fashion designer and creative director for his very own brand, MSGM; Swedish-American singer-songwritter Rhys and Swedish-Scottish singer-songwriter Anikid.

Readers discover a iconic portraits of one of the world’s most coveted fashion photographers Patrick Demarchelier. The fifth issue features Swedish electropop duo Icona Pop in an interview accompanied by an editorial shot and produced by the Editor-­in-­Chief of OD.M.

OD.M also contains several spreads dedicated to Art. Lovingly created "Art Pauses", they give the magazine a unique flow, encouraging the reader to breathe and think whilst browsing through the paper. This issue's artists include work by Yoko Ashikawa, Teitur Ardal, Jeff Olsson, Eikoh Hosoe, Idun Baltzersen and Jenny Källman.

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