A Prior Magazine - A series of
publications on contemporary art. The magazine is published by vzw Mark, in English, in Ghent in
collaboration with the University College Ghent and distributed all over the world in specialized art
bookstores and museums.
Afterall - Articles, interviews and reviews. The journal focuses on contemporary art, always
considering its relation to different artistic, social and political contexts. Afterall is co-published by Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London and the School of Art at the California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles, in collaboration with MuHKA, Antwerp.
Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism - Features critical articles about
the visual arts, photography, independent film and video, new media, and alternative publishing, covering important issues and debates
within art history, visual and cultural studies, media studies, and related fields.
Art in America - Contemporary to classical art; painting, sculpture, photography;
critiques of new talents and books.
Art Index - Featuring high-quality indexing of an international array of
publications, this database is a comprehensive resource covering fine, decorative and commercial art, as well as photography, folk art,
film, architecture and much more. Topics covered in Art Index include art history & criticism, architecture &
architectural history, archaeology, antiques, museum studies, graphic arts, industrial design, landscape architecture, interior design,
folk art, painting, photography, pottery, sculpture, decorative arts, costume design, television and video, motion pictures, advertising
art, non-western art, textiles and much more. Also see Art Index (H.W.
Wilson) Database Coverage List (pdf).
Art is Revolution - A personalized newspaper built from articles, blog posts, videos
Art Newspaper, The - Covers old art, new art, decorative art, the commercial and the
non-commercial art world. Read by exhibition viewers, museum professionals, collectors, artists, lawyers specializing in cultural property
issues, arts administrators, policemen, dealers, and auctioneers. Also see Art
Art Observed - Covers contemporary art globally from a New York City perspective.
Art Orbit - Covering contemporary art from a Scandinavian point of view but with an
international outlook. The publication is in English, but certain themes are published in the Scandinavian languages.
Art Passions - Art Passions is primarily about artists and illustrators whose
works we grew up with; the works of Arthur Rackham, Gustave Dore, William Morris, Aubrey Beardsley, John Bauer, Edmund Dulac, Kay Nielsen, Adrienne Segur, Sulamith Wulfing, Warwick Goble, the Preraphaelites and others.
Art Review (UK) - A social networking site for the artworld, creating a global forum for
discussion, interactivity and debate.
Art Times - A literary journal and resource for all the arts.
ArtsEditor - Feature-length articles in the areas of visual, performing, literary, film, and
ArtsJournal: Daily Arts News - A weekday digest of some of the best arts and cultural journalism
in the English-speaking world. Each day Arts Journal combs through more than 200 English-language newspapers, magazines and
publications featuring writing about arts and culture. Also see ArtsJournal:
Artupdate - A contemporary art information service publishing in print and online for a worldwide
Artwatch UK - Campaigns to protect the integrity of works of art and
architecture from injurious physical treatments and hazardous, exploitative or demeaning actions. To these ends, it welcomes direct debate
with restoration / conservation practitioners and seeks access to records of restoration or conservation treatments in all publicly or
charitably supported museums, galleries and buildings.
Asian Art - On-line journal for the study and exhibition of the arts of Asia.
Barry's Blog - News, advice and opinion for the arts administrator. A a
service of the Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF). Maintained by Barry Hessenius.
Bidoun - Arts and culture from the Middle East. Bidoun's activities fall in three primary areas:
publishing, educational, and curatorial, including curatorial initiatives, educational programs, artist commissions, talks, tours,
performances, books, an itinerant library, and an online archive of avant-garde media.
Blind Spot Magazine - International source book of photography-based fine art for artists,
collectors, creative directors, designers, curators and art lovers.
Blouin ArtInfo - Offers breaking arts news, profiles of top and emerging artists, stories about
collectors and collecting, gallery round-ups from around the world, the best of student art, market trends and analysis, and detailed
coverage of art fairs.
BOMB - Interviews between artists, writers, musicians, directors, and actors.
Booooooom - Graphic design, new media art, photography, film reviews.
Border Crossings - A quarterly cultural magazine published in Winnipeg and edited by Meeka
Walsh. Its subject is contemporary Canadian and international art and culture, which the magazine investigates through articles, columns,
reviews, profiles, interviews and portfolios of drawings and photographs.
Brumaria - Artistic, aesthetic, and political practices.
Burlington Magazine, The (UK) - Fine and decorative arts. The Magazine is both a work of reference and a running commentary on the art world of today. As well as editorials on topical issues, it features authoritative reviews of important books and major exhibitions, and the monthly calendar is one of the best available guides to art events all over the world.
California ArtBeat - The California Art
Council's weekly newsletter. Stay informed of important news on grants, foundations, funding, artists calls, trends, and other
important information on the arts and creativity in California.
Ceramics Monthly - Internationally distributed magazine on ceramic art and
Chicago Art Journal - An annual publication, edited and produced solely by University of Chicago graduate students. Each year it aims to provide hands-on experience with an academic publishing
process as part of graduate education, to acquaint students with the principles of editing and peer review, and ultimately to engender
debate among students and across disciplines within the academic community by disseminating current graduate scholarship and promoting
interest in the visual arts.
Chimurenga - A publication, of arts, culture and politics from and about Africa and its
Chto delat/What is to be done? - Founded in early 2003 in Petersburg by a workgroup of artists,
critics, philosophers, and writers from Petersburg, Moscow, and Nizhny Novgorod with the goal of merging political theory, art, and
activism. Since then, Chto delat has been publishing an English-Russian newspaper on issues central to
engaged culture, with a special focus on the relationship between a repoliticization of Russian intellectual culture and its broader
Communications Arts - International magazine covering creative issues in graphic design, art
direction, photography, and multimedia.
Consciousness, Literature and the Arts - A forum
for new work relating the arts and literature to the exploration of consciousness currently flourishing in many disciplines such as
philosophy, cognitive science, psychology, neuroscience, computer science, and physics.
Contemporary Magazines (UK) - A multi-faceted magazine, covering visual arts, news,
books, trivia, architecture, design, fashion, film, music, new media, photography, dance, sport and much more.
Creative Time Reports - Provides artists with a space to voice analysis and commentary on issues too often overlooked by mainstream media. Believes in highlighting cultural producers' viewpoints on world events and urgent issues of social justice to ensure a livelier, more nuanced and imaginative public debate.
Daile - A specialized periodical art review, rich with illustrations. It analyzes process
of contemporary art; the reader is introduced to famous artists and the process both in Lithuania and abroad.
Daily Campello Art News - Art news, information, gallery openings, commentary, criticism, happenings, opportunities, and everything associated with the global visual arts scene with a special focus on the Greater Washington, D.C. area.
DesignBoom - Design, architecture, art, photography and graphics.
Desktop - Design culture magazine, covering an array of creative fields including animation,
branding, digital media, illustration, packaging, photography, post production, typography and web design.
Drome Magazine - A prestigious, alternative and cosmopolitan Italian quarterly that deals with
the contemporary world of art and culture, taking on a different theme in every issue.
e-flux - An international network which
reaches more then 50,000 visual art professionals on daily bases through its website, e-mail list and special projects. Its news digest - e-flux announcements - distributes information on some of the world's most important contemporary art exhibitions,
publications and symposia.
Face to Face - Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery's blog dedicated to the discussion and study of portraits of people who have made significant contribution to American history and culture and to the study of the artists who created such portraiture
Flash Art - Articles and interviews about artists, galleries, museums, painting, sculpture,
photography, video. Founded in 1967 and directed by Giancarlo Politi and Helena Kontova.
For Pilar~ - Blogger Adam Charlap Hyman presents beautiful images cullled from
magazines, books, and the web, inspired by a passion for history and craft.
Grey Room - Brings together scholarly and theoretical articles from the fields of
architecture, art, media, and politics to forge a cross-disciplinary discourse uniquely relevant to contemporary concerns.
Guernica - A magazine of art and politics: interviews, fiction, poetry, art and photographs.
Juxtapoz - Fusing the lurid edges of consciousness, avant consumerism, and the international art
KQED: Arts - San Francisco Bay Area arts coverage.
Leah Harmuth - Leah Harmuth is a fine art, business, and creative consultant, with a particular interest in emerging and established artists and in supporting governmental and fiscal policies that further the arts.
Leonardo - Founded in 1968 in Paris by kinetic artist and
astronautical pioneer Frank Malina. Malina saw the need for a journal that would serve as an international channel of communication between
artists, with emphasis on the writings of artists who use science and developing technologies in their work. Today, Leonardo is a
leading journal for readers interested in the application of contemporary science and technology to the arts.
Mousse - A bimonthly magazine published in Italian and English. Established in 2006, Mousse contains interviews, conversations, and essays by important figures in international criticism, visual arts, and curating. Mousse keeps tabs on international trends in contemporary culture thanks to its city editors in major art capitals such as Berlin, New York, London, Paris, and Los Angeles.
Museum Chick - Danee's blog. Stories about museums she visits.
Plaszm - Annual magazine publishing innovative art, design, cultural, and literary works. The entire catalog
is now part of the permanent collection at SF MoMA.
Poul Webb Art Blog - "Poul Webb's art is the focus on the familiar, on things so commonplace
that they are not noticed - and here they suddenly are, edged by the eye of a painter into a heightened reality that stops well short of
hallucination, yet has the quality of a waking dream." - Brian Sewell
Rutgers Art Review - Annual journal produced by graduate students in the Department of Art
History at Rutgers University. The journal is dedicated to presenting original research by graduate students in art history and related
SACI Art Blog - SACI is a U.S. non-profit university-level institution in Florence, Italy, for undergraduate and graduate students seeking fully accredited instruction in studio art, design, conservation, art history, and Italian language and culture.
Spectrum - Promotes the fantastic arts and provides an annual showcase for contemporary
Straight Up - Arts, media and culture news from Jan
Structurist, The - An international art journal, founded in 1960 at the University of
Saskatchewan by Eli Bornstein. Incorporating the root word structure, The Structurist is
concerned with the building processes of creation in art and nature. It focuses upon ideas relating to architecture and the arts -
including painting, sculpture, design, photography, music and literature - their histories and relationships to each other, as well as to
science, technology, and Nature.
Wallpaper - Consumer zine for urban modernists and global navigators covering architecture,
interior design, industrial design, entertainment, fashion, and travel.
Washington D.C. Art News - News, information, gallery openings, commentary, criticism,
happenings, opportunities and everything associated with helping to spread the word about the visual arts in and around Washington, D.C.
washingtonart - Provides both broad and in-depth coverage of the Washington, D.C. area art world.
Wegway - Painters, sculptors, curators, composers, poets, photographers, filmmakers,
architects, designers, choreographers, multi-media artists, comic artists and other primary culture producers presenting their own work and
expressing their own views.
White Fungus - An experimental arts magazine based in Wellington, Aotearoa, New Zealand.
Whitehot Magazine - An international art magazine and collective of over 150 writers in 20
ZoneZero - Photo essays and articles
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