Akki magazine - Contre-cultures
While Nouvelle-Aquitaine enjoys a certain image linked to its history and geography, AKKI tells a different story, running counter to sometimes too smooth postcard speeches.
40 years of punk in Eleanor's land
Documenting the underground at the Poitiers Fanzinothèque
Are hip hop and electronic music (still) counter-cultures?
Portraits of controversial historical local personalities: Gilles Bertin and Pierre Molinier
The emergence of skateboarding in Bordeaux and its place in urban integration
The art of subversive diversion, by visual artists and graffiti artists
The Basque scene, radical rock in the era of festivals
Focus on VOID, the last bastion of alternative cultures and fertile ground for "punk intelligence"
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Akki is a biannual journal aimed at documenting the margins of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region and the alternative cultures that shape it.
Ten years after its online creation, Le Type magazine is venturing into new ground, that of paper.
Designed as a complement to its website, Akki takes the form of a hybrid object, between the magazine and the review. Akki relies on cultural initiatives from the New Aquitaine region from multidisciplinary fields (music, cinema, literature, architecture, design, theater and all forms of creation) to question a major theme that covers each issue.