Suq. Magazine 5


"Suq. Is Sicily, the one never told. The one you find by rummaging between what you know and what you don't know yet"

Conveniently sized and with a clean layout, Suq. accompanies us to the discovery of an unconventional Sicily. Much more than a simple travel magazine, its pages communicate the beauty of one of the most surprising areas of our country. Suq. it is photography, story, feeling, travel, nostalgia, desire and beauty, that of a new culture and a new way of seeing and experiencing Sicily. 

Suq. is a startup born in Sicily from a group of creatives and travelers who one day decided to start exploring the heritage of the island made up of places, people, companies, arts and symbols currently hidden, made up of everything you can touch, but also of everything you can only feel when you get in touch with your senses.


Dimensions: 16.5x22
Offset printing on 140g FSC hand-use paper.
300g FSC laminated coated cover.
Language: English and Italian

As soon as 1968 ended, we are in fact in 1972, the French philosopher Gilles Deleuze wrote a famous text in which he hoped that the thought of the future would become a "nomadic thought". But in what sense? A "war machine", argued Deleuze, something that can destroy all codes by never allowing itself to be "recoded". If Sicily were a concept, I would think, it would certainly be a nomadic concept in the sense in which Deleuze spoke of it: Italian but geologically tending towards Africa, hybrid and bastard, Norman and Baroque, Arab and austere. Sicily has always claimed a sort of right to contradiction and contradiction, a geography that resists any regulation and discipline - a land without a state, perhaps even devoid of any political power. Sicily is an anarchist phenomenon, as the nomad makes any classification impossible: and it is impossible to get lost if there are no maps.
In this number: Torre Salsa / Ambelia / Vivaio Cuba / Etna / Cava Grande del Cassibile / Sicilian stick