What About WAI in Cruce Magazine?

WAI has been featured in Cruce Magazine

Contemporary socio-cultural critique magazine Cruce, has featured an interview realized by Luis Ponce to WAI co-founder Cruz Garcia. The Politics and Society section of the Puerto Rican magazine discusses art, politics, literature and WAI’s critical mission. The interview has been divided in three parts.

The first part of the interview can be read here.

For the remaining two parts stay tuned to WAI. 

What About WAI in New York?

Photo by Naho Kubota

Archizines Opens at Storefront

The WAIzine is currently on display in the New York City exhibition of the Archizines World Tour. Curated by Elias Redstone and designed by \ / | < | \ | (Giancarlo Valle, Isaiah King and Ryan Neiheiser) the exhibition at the Storefront for Art and Architecture expands to 80 architectural publications and includes the show Arch-Art! Books, curated by Adam O’Reilly. The Archizines exhibition that will be in display from April 18 to June 9 “draws inspiration from the quintessential model New York model for publication display-the newsstand-and turns it on its side.”

The exhibition includes a graffic façade, newsprint and a catalog designed by Benjamin Critton. Archizines and the Storefront will host a 2-day symposium on publishing practices as part of its Manifesto Series.

The topics and schedule of the Manifesto Series are:

Friday April 20, 7:00-9:00 PM: Medium and Speed

Saturday April 21, 2:00pm-7:30pm History / Crisis and Desire

Storefront will live-stream the symposium here.

What About WAI in Barcelona?

Photo by Vicente Gasco Gomez

Exhibition Opens in Barcelona

The Archizines exhibition that displays the WAIzine as one of the 60 international magazines opened to the public on April 12 in Otras cosas de Villarrosas. The exhibition will be on display until the 4th of May.

Photo by Vicente Gasco Gomez

What About the WAIzine in Berlin?

WAI in Berlin

The WAIzine (What About It? Part 1) will be exhibited in the Archizines exhibition in Berlin from April 26 to May 26 at Do You Read Me?! a shop for art, architecture and photography magazines and reading room for lectures, exhibitions, and discussions.

“The Reading Room is a location for lectures, exhibitions, discussions and all those still slumbering ideas and projects. It has been designed as an interpretation of a typical reading room in collaboration with Greige. and Artek.

Unfinished Artek classics and Enzo Mari chairs invite to linger and pause, whereas reading light is provided by Arteks new lamp series.”

do you read me?!

Magazine und Lekture der Gegenwart

Reading Room & Shop

Potsdamer Strasse 98

10785 Berlin-Tiergarten

Opening Times

Thursday to Saturday: 12pm-6pm