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List of art magazines20x20 magazine- London based arts and literature publication
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Aesthetica – The Art and Culture Magazine
Afterall – Contemporary arts journal and book publisher
The Aldine – American art monthly, 1869-1879
Alef Magazine – Cultural Journal to the Gulf
American Art Review
Aperture- quarterly on photography; based in New York, USA
Apollo – monthly
Arabella – Canadian Art, Architecture and Design, quarterly magazine
Art and Antiques
Art and Architecture Journal – founded 1980, re-launched 2005. UK based.
Art Radar
Art & Project – leading Dutch art magazine, 1968-1989
Artchronika, Moscow, from 1999. The leading magazine of contemporary art in Russia
Artforum – est. 1962 in San Francisco, now based in New York, US
Artillery – based in Los Angeles, covers US and international art but concentrated on California
„Artlink“ – founded 1981 based in Australia, covers contemporary art of Australia and Asia-Pacific
Artnet – based in New York, Berlin & Paris
Artibus Asiae – est. 1925 in Dresden
Artist Profile – est. 2007, Sydney, Australia. Contemporary art quarterly covering Asia-Pacific
Artibus et Historiae – semi-annual journal of art historical research
Art in America est. 1913; covers US and international art but concentrated on New York
„Art International“ – founded 1956, published quarterly in Paris, France
ArtAsiaPacific- covers contemporary art in Asia, the Pacific, and the Middle East
Art of England
Art on paper
Art Monthly – est. 1976, UK-based coverage of contemporary art
The Art Newspaper – est. 1990, international coverage of news from the world of visual arts
ART PAPERS, based in Atlanta, US
Artlog – based in Brooklyn, NY. Online only.
ARTnews – founded in 1902
ArtPremium – founded in 2004 – US
ArtReview – est. London, 1949
Arts Magazine – monthly art journal published in New York by Art Digest, Co., 1926–1992
Atlantica Revista de Arte y Pensamiento, Centro Atlántico de Arte de Moderno (CAAM) based in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, since 1990
Australian Art Collector – est. 1997, quarterly magazine covering Australian contemporary and Aboriginal art
Australian Art Review – Australian quarterly fine arts magazine
Bedeutung – a quarterly publication of philosophy, current affairs, art and literature
Blueprint – A London based magazine on design and
The Blue Review, a London-based arts magazine published in 1913
BAK magazine, bilingual visual arts magazine
The Bear Deluxe
BOMB Magazine
The Brooklyn Rail
The Burlington Magazine est. 1903, based in London, England
Canadian Art, quarterly magazine
Canvas – The premier magazine for art and culture from the Middle East and Arab world [1]
Communication Arts est. 1959 in Menlo Park, California
Constance – est. 2006, based in New Orleans, Louisiana
Contemporary Art Philippines – bi-monthly magazine covering Philippine visual arts
Creative Future
Culture Lounge
CUSS, independent monthly magazine focussing on South African pop culture
Daruma Magazine
Descubrir el Arte
Die Insel – 1899-1901, Munich, Germany
The Drama
Flash Art
frieze – a London-based contemporary art magazine
„Fruit of the Forest“ – experimental art and design appzine
Hunter and Cook – a contemporary Canadian arts and culture magazine
ImagineFX est 2006; based in Bath, UK
„Journal of the Print World – devoted to antique and contemporary works of fine art on paper
Karmapolitan Magazine – a platform for artists from all over the world to promote and showcase their talent and artwork. Interviews, art, videos and more.
Kemala Magazine – a Cairo-based arts and culture magazine, est. 2011, Egypt
KIOSK – art, design and architecture magazine, est. 2007, based in London, UK
Lens Culture – International art of photography, est. 2004
LINEA – LINEA documents how artists think, create, provoke, and inspire in posts written by artists. It began in 1997 as a print publication of the Art Students League of New York.
McJAWN – an art and culture magazine, based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Metronome – founded in the 1996 by the Metronome Press in Paris, France
Minotaure – (1933-1939) surrealist-oriented; founded by Albert Skira in Paris, France
Mir iskusstva – est. 1899 in St. Petersburg, Russia
Modern Painters
Moving Art Magazine – international art magazine, est. 2007, based in The Netherlands
New Art Examiner (1973-2002) based in Chicago, US
The New&Bad arts magazine, Based in Tel Aviv, Israel, founded as a part of Maayan poetry magazine
NYArts – also known as NY Arts Magazine, est. 1995. a contemporary arts magazine
Off the Easel Magazine – gallery and lifestyle magazine featuring artists‘ stories, gallery events, culinary and wine experts, travel features and more.
Omenka- Nigeria’s first art business, and lifestyle magazine
PARK Art Magazine – Park´s a bilingual publication (portuguese + english). It´s mainly focused as a promotion tool for young, underground artists and creatives worldwide.
The Pastel Journal
Photosho – Showcase of Canadian Photographers
Portfolio Magazine
Print Connoisseur – 1920 – 1932; Vol 1#1 to 12#2, (46 issues – all published)
Professional Artist (magazine) – The art industry’s foremost business magazine for visual artists. Est. 1986
quint- Dubai based arts and culture magazine
Raw Vision – UK based, devoted to outsider art
Revolutionart – Bi-monthly contemporary art magazine. Calling for artists every month. Includes: Graphic Design, sculpture, painting, music, motion, advertisement, modeling and photography.
Revue Noire, Paris, 1991-2001.
Sculpture – published by the International Sculpture Center
Segno – an Italian-based contemporary art magazine
Sensitive Skin Magazine – an online magazine of the arts
Triple Canopy (online magazine)
Third Text, founded by Rasheed Araeen, London
Watercolor Artist
WATCH (World Art Theory, Criticism and history)
White Fungus Magazine
Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art – an online art magazine
X, London, 1959-62.
Sachet Mixte Arts Journal, tri-annual showcasing art by male artists in a variety of mediums. Edited by Simon O’Corra

Manfred Kielnhofer

Guardians of Time by Manfred Kielnhofer Mystique contemporary art sculpture Guardians of Time by the Austrian Manfred Kielnhofer observing and pretending the world. “The Guardians of Time” relates to the idea that since the beginning of time mankind has had protectors, both for historic and mystical reasons. It seems that only man himself is a potential source of danger for his own existence. In his works of art Manfred Kielnhofer deals with the natural human desire for security. Thus his oeuvre reflects genuine exploration, consideration and discussion of current as well as historic moods and sensibilities of his social environment. His works of art captivate with elaborate combinations of light and different technique.

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