Museum—the contemporary art, fashion and photojournalism magazine—celebrates a halfdecade in print in April 2019 with a bumper-birthday issue. Themed WHODUNIT, Issue 10
delves deep into the golden age of crime fiction, amateur detectives, now-shuttered pulp fiction
magazines, plot twists and false leads.
It includes FIVE COVERS, each shot by artist Alec Soth, Suffo Moncloa, Image Group and
Antoine Roux, Charles Dennington and Romain Duquesne. There are 100+ pages of new fashion
images shot in London, Paris and Sydney, including a GUCCI exclusive with nods to Cluedo, the
murder-mystery board-game invented to pass time during air-raid blackouts in Birmingham
In art, we explore concepts of uncertain authorship, mistaken identity, fragmentations,
missing pieces or deliberate obfuscations. There’s an extended conversation with artist Alec
Soth, the French photographer, videographer and Factory frequenter Michel Auder and previews
of new works—Sandra Selig’s wind-assisted drawings among them. There is also an essay on the
aesthetics of the Olsen & Olsen Mystery Agency, known for its pastel 80s telephones.
Museum is available internationally in galleries, bookstores, concept spaces and newsstands.
Yorker’s cartoon editor Emma Allen.
There is a history of the Science Channel’s How It’sMade via ordinary objects. Artist Michael Candy explains his Digital Empathy Device, Cao
Fei talks human labour and artificial intelligence, and Nari Ward explores the poetry of
meaning. There are also near-100 pages of fashion photographs, and an exclusive dossier
of photojournalism images taken in the sweltering heat of the Bhaktapur brick pits in Nepal.