Peeping Tom and I Heart probably don’t share an audience, but both of them get around. Peeping Tom is a collective. It sets up for a few months at a time in a city (Berlin, Beirut and Mexico City for its first three issues) and attempts to create a synthesis of the local culture scene, illustrating what it has to offer through photographs, installations and film extracts. For the third issue, the magazine invited 30 local and international figures to respond to 46 sentences gleaned by the collective. As coverage of the art world becomes increasingly international in scope, Peeping Tom is working to revive the idea of a local scene.
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