'During these difficult times, when we are all at home with limited access to out- doors and nature, The Plant magazine wants to be with you. It’s been a tough issue, to put it together and to get it printed, but it kept us going and gave us focus. We feel the content is relevant to the times we live in and bring in some joy into our reader’s home. We are coming out with three upbeat covers: Striking ceramics by Harley Weir; a selection of drawings on climate change by artist Camille Henrot and a glimpse of Tom Johnson’s trip to São Paulo.
The 15th issue includes a moving story on Alzheimer’s therapy by Harley Weir in hand with her father, we see Central Park in New York captured by Brigitte Lacombe and a colourful travel story in São Paulo by photographer Tom Johnson. We are excited to be featuring a special edition of drawings on sustainability by Camille Henrot that will make you think twice about the state of the Earth. Hans Ulrich Obrist interviews Formafantasma, the artist duo whom exhibition is currently shown at the Serpentine Gallery in London (it can now viewed online). Fashion stories come with photographer Tim Elkaim and stylist Katie Burnett on footwear: Walk, Jump, Run! and Linda Brownlee portrays the Wicklow mountains in beautiful Ireland with stylist Camilla Pole. More in- spiring photo essays come along with Alasdair McLellan on Christmas Trees, Zoe Ghertner gives us a glimpse of her garden and Maureen Paley’s Green Uni- verse, a story about the gallerist’s trips around the world and nature.
As usual, our Loose Leaves section featuring exciting short stories by Lina Scheynius, Shuko Oda, Paula Gerbase, Mariah Nelson, Beatriz Borque and Ethel Baraona.'