After a whirlwind first year, Lindsay launches Issue No. 3 with Lebanese director Nadine Labaki—the woman behind Oscar-nominated and Cannes Jury Prize-winning film Capharnaum—gracing its cover. In this issue we learn about the musicality of Berlin in a transporting conversation with one of the city’s most celebrated musicians Nils Frahm, and we speak about the importance of Africa’s photographic history with Moroccan-British artist Hassan Hajjaj. We meet Japan’s Ama divers in a piece that pairs the words of novelist Anna Snoekstra with rare images by Japanese photographer Iwase Yoshiyuki; we muse over the poetry of Rabindranath Tagore and filmmaking of Satyajit Ray in Fariha Roisin’s feature on the Bengali renaissance; and iconic illustrator Jean Jullien documents his move back to Paris.

After a whirlwind first year, Lindsay launches Issue No. 3 with Lebanese director Nadine Labaki—the woman behind Oscar-nominated and Cannes Jury Prize-winning film Capharnaum—gracing its cover. In this issue we learn about the musicality of Berlin in a transporting conversation with one of the city’s most celebrated musicians Nils Frahm, and we speak about the importance of Africa’s photographic history with Moroccan-British artist Hassan Hajjaj. We meet Japan’s Ama divers in a piece that pairs the words of novelist Anna Snoekstra with rare images by Japanese photographer Iwase Yoshiyuki; we muse over the poetry of Rabindranath Tagore and filmmaking of Satyajit Ray in Fariha Roisin’s feature on the Bengali renaissance; and iconic illustrator Jean Jullien documents his move back to Paris.

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