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Millennium Magazines: Cabinet Magazine

New York-based Cabinet Magazine is an arts periodical by way of the history, philosophy, tastebuds, know-how and know-what, aesthetics, opinions and poetics of its contributors. It looks like a design magazine and reads like a curiosity journal with regular columns that include Colours (when a guest writer is assigned a colour e.g. Jonathan Ames on “bice”) and Leftovers (when a writer investigates the “larger context of some from of cultural detritus”), a thematic section, an unthematic section and Special Artist Projects. It’s a wonderful magazine that genuinely makes you feel like you’re stepping out of some greyscale hinterland and into the high culture of NY-Oz.