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Mati Diop, the first black women selected in Cannes Film Festival
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Mati Diop, the first black women selected in Cannes Film Festival

Cinema With her first feature, Atlantique, Mati Diop took the notoriously tough jury at the Cannes Film Festival by storm, walking off with the prestigious 2019 Grand Prix. Suddenly propelled into the limelight, the young director, who is part Senegalese, has made a hypnotic movie that daringly mixes fantasy and social commentary. Numéro interviews a talented filmmaker seeking to embody a destiny bigger than her own. With her first feature, Atlantique, Mati Diop took the notoriously tough jury at the Cannes Film Festival by storm, walking off with the prestigious 2019 Grand Prix. Suddenly propelled into the limelight, the young director, who is part Senegalese, has made a hypnotic movie that daringly mixes fantasy and social commentary. Numéro interviews a talented filmmaker seeking to embody a destiny bigger than her own.

Artist Yayoi Kusama is on the cover of Numéro art
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Artist Yayoi Kusama is on the cover of Numéro art

Art Discover the artists and personalities featured in the latest Numéro art, on newsstands from October 11th, plus all the upcoming art news through to February 202. Discover the artists and personalities featured in the latest Numéro art, on newsstands from October 11th, plus all the upcoming art news through to February 202.

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Interview with Jeff Koons : “I don’t believe in kitsch”
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Interview with Jeff Koons : “I don’t believe in kitsch”

Art Banality, Made in Heaven, Michael Jackson and Bubbles... Jeff Koons’ works are among the most sought after in the world. First catching the general public’s attention in 1991 with his ultra kitsch marriage to La Cicciolina, the artist has excelled in the cultivation of his mass media image. Today he delivers details of his private life to Numéro. Banality, Made in Heaven, Michael Jackson and Bubbles... Jeff Koons’ works are among the most sought after in the world. First catching the general public’s attention in 1991 with his ultra kitsch marriage to La Cicciolina, the artist has excelled in the cultivation of his mass media image. Today he delivers details of his private life to Numéro.

Interview with Alicia Keys : “Fame is worse than heroin…”
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Interview with Alicia Keys : “Fame is worse than heroin…”

Music Multi-award winning singer-songwriter Alicia Keys, the least ‘diva-ish’ of today’s R’n’B divas, gives Numéro the low down on paparazzi-loving celebs, the secret to selling 35 million records in an age when we’re downloading music for free, explains why fame is worse than heroin and how she so nearly called herself... Alicia Wild. Multi-award winning singer-songwriter Alicia Keys, the least ‘diva-ish’ of today’s R’n’B divas, gives Numéro the low down on paparazzi-loving celebs, the secret to selling 35 million records in an age when we’re downloading music for free, explains why fame is worse than heroin and how she so nearly called herself... Alicia Wild.

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Nobuyoshi Araki: “cafes without panties” reporter

Nobuyoshi Araki: “cafes without panties” reporter

Photography A manifesto of eroticism for some, a collection of pornography for others, the book “Tokyo Lucky Hole” condenses the politically incorrect fantasies of photographer Nobuyoshi Araki. In the absence of idealistic nudes, the Japanese artist probes Tokyo’s “entertainment centers” from the 1980s, between blurry blowjobs and ecstatic lolitas.

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