The new Elephant plays with its food, in an issue which is artfully gastronomic. Inside there are pages of unusual food facts (did you know that foliophagia is an appetite for leaves and grass?), artists who use food as a muse (including Kathleen Ryan's succulent fruit sculptures), and an investigation into our gut responses to food and colour. Elsewhere there are profiles on Lucy Jones, Isaac Julien, Kiki Smith and Jonny Negron.
Elephant is a quarterly journal of contemporary arts and visual culture. This sumptuous magazine is full of great long-form writing and up-to-the-minute coverage of the art world of the here-and-now.
In the middle of all this vivid colour and abundance slips a series drawings by George Grosz to clean our palettes.