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Arts Magazine publishes thoughtful, fearlessly opinionated criticism anchored by an awareness of the historical breadth and current practices of art. We look beyond the prevailing consensus of the moment to see issues that matter with fresh eyes.

Watch our reviews, interviews, and essays on Instagram, YouTube, and Vimeo. 

About 

Arts Magazine publishes thoughtful, fearlessly opinionated criticism anchored by an awareness of the historical breadth and current practices of art. We look beyond the prevailing consensus of the moment to see issues that matter with fresh eyes.

Watch our reviews, interviews, and essays on Instagram, YouTube, and Vimeo. 

About 

Arts Magazine publishes thoughtful, fearlessly opinionated criticism anchored by an awareness of the historical breadth and current practices of art. We look beyond the prevailing consensus of the moment to see issues that matter with fresh eyes.

Watch our reviews, interviews, and essays on Instagram, YouTube, and Vimeo. 

 

About 

Arts Magazine publishes thoughtful, fearlessly opinionated criticism anchored by an awareness of the historical breadth and current practices of art. We look beyond the prevailing consensus of the moment to see issues that matter with fresh eyes.

Watch our reviews, interviews, and essays on Instagram, YouTube, and Vimeo. 

 

 

About 

Arts Magazine publishes thoughtful, fearlessly opinionated criticism anchored by an awareness of the historical breadth and current practices of art. We look beyond the prevailing consensus of the moment to see issues that matter with fresh eyes.

Watch our reviews, interviews, and essays on Instagram, YouTube, and Vimeo. 

 

History

We are the next-generation successor to the print legacy Arts Magazine (1926-1992), home to writers such as Barbara Rose, Clement Greenberg, Lucy Lippard, Dore Ashton, and Donald Judd.


"I defended what they were doing." Artist Frank Bowling describes his work as an editor and critic (1969-1972):

 

History

We are the next-generation successor to the print legacy Arts Magazine (1926-1992), home to writers such as Barbara Rose, Clement Greenberg, Lucy Lippard, Dore Ashton, and Donald Judd.


"I defended what they were doing." Artist Frank Bowling describes his work as an editor and critic (1969-1972):

 

History

We are the next-generation successor to the print legacy Arts Magazine (1926-1992), home to writers such as Barbara Rose, Clement Greenberg, Lucy Lippard, Dore Ashton, and Donald Judd.


"I defended what they were doing." Artist Frank Bowling describes his work as an editor and critic (1969-1972):

 

History

We are the next-generation successor to the print legacy Arts Magazine (1926-1992), home to writers such as Barbara Rose, Clement Greenberg, Lucy Lippard, Dore Ashton, and Donald Judd.


"I defended what they were doing." Artist Frank Bowling describes his work as an editor and critic (1969-1972):

 

History

We are the next-generation successor to the print legacy Arts Magazine (1926-1992), home to writers such as Barbara Rose, Clement Greenberg, Lucy Lippard, Dore Ashton, and Donald Judd.


"I defended what they were doing." Artist Frank Bowling describes his work as an editor and critic (1969-1972):

 

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INFO@ARTSMAGAZINE.COM

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©ARTSMAGAZINE / 2021