Art Magazines

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  • V&A Magazine

    £4.00

    A record of contemporary culture, the V&A Magazine offers articles and reviews centred on events and exhibitions at London's Victoria & Albert Museum. Learn More
  • Believer ,The

    £12.00

    In August 2017 The Believer magazine is re-launched with a mission to re-occupy the sacred ground of literary non-fiction in an era where facts and artistry are under assault. 

    See Full Description below for more details.

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  • Bauhaus

    £11.00

    After 80 years it's back: Bauhaus - the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation's magazine. Everything from the Bauhaus world, essays, interviews and more. Learn More
  • 3x3

    £27.00

    The mission at 3x3 is to preserve, protect and promote contemporary illustration in all its forms. The juried Annual features the work of artists from all across the globe, in fact this year it had entries from 45 countries and the medal winners represent eighteen of those countries. The best work from the last twelve months in advertising, editorial, publishing, institutional, children’s books and animation is features in 400+ pages . Learn More
  • Naked Punch

    £2.00

    Naked Punch originates from a collective, now dissolved, called “The Postanalytic Group”, that in 2002 met for a series of weekly gatherings. Naked Punch is run by a large editorial collective headed by three editors working on a voluntary basis. Naked Punch is an engaged review of contemporary art and thought. Essentially a federal, "non-institutional" project, Naked Punch is the spontaneous collaboration of thinkers and artists residing in different cities of the world. Before being a magazine, a container of material or a "cabinet of objects", it is a shared understanding, a shared feeling of unease, a shared concern, and a shared sensitivity. A distinguishing feature of Naked Punch is its contemporaneity . The review aims to actively engage with current developments in, broadly, three deeply connected areas. Learn More
  • Moon Man Magazine

    £40.00

    Moon Man is a culture magazine inspired by design, with a global focus in presenting contemporary art, photography, fashion and architecture. Moon Man places diverse artists and ideas in conversation with one another. The publishers mission is to slow down the pace, typically found within the commercial world, to take a deep breath, and absorb the beauty that is available to us.

    Working with leading designers, Moon Man is foremost focused on the magazine as a collectable object, with the motivation for our readers to collect and preserve each issue. Moon Man will appear for the duration of five limited edition issues, completing a full collectable set. Once the set is complete, a further experience will reveal itself, as the Moon Man Magazine exhibition comes to an end. By welcoming you to the pages of our exhibition, we hope to create an intricate web of experiences, stimulating all senses and inflating your imaginations.

    There is even more information in a pdf brochure to read more click here .

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  • Sluice

    £7.00

    The Sluice magazine is being launched off the back of six years of artist/curator-led activities predominantly in London and New York. As with all sluice platforms the magazine promotes artist, curator and emergent discourse, projects, galleries and artists.

    Sluice__  stages art fairs, expos, exhibitions, and now as a bi-annual magazine maintains its non-institutional status as an advantage to create and present dynamic platforms, able to adapt itself to every occasion and financial situation it encounters. Giving voice to the non-commercial art world, the precariousness of the grass-roots is both an indictment and a strength.

    This October sees the return of one of the UK's most imortant art fairs – and we're not talking about Frieze.” Jack Hutchinson / a-n.co.uk

    Crammed with an array of artist-run projects, baffling curatorial initiatives, oddball conceptual stunts and some unfashionably beautiful pieces.” Tom Jefferies / vice.com

    www.Sluice.info/magazine

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