Magazines

How successful is the magazine’s relaunch at shedding its problematic image?

By Sean Burns

'I developed a craving for something more magical'

The multiple worlds of Hugh Frost and Leon Sadler’s experimental magazine-turned-exhibition, Mould Map

By Jamie Sutcliffe
Riposte, No. 2. Courtesy: Riposte

Why start a print magazine?

By Elizabeth Glickfeld

Here’s a link to an article by Sean Snyder, published in the latest issue of the e-flux journal.

By Dan Fox

Art director Pearce Marchbank recently launched a website that rounds up much of his excellent magazine work from the past 40 year

By Sam Thorne

A recent episode of the television show Mad Men – a brilliant series about Madison Avenue advertising executives in the early 1960s – featured a work of contemporary art as its surprising

By Christy Lange

I’ve always enjoyed those seemingly small historical details that turn out to have huge ramifications for art.

By Dan Fox

A new publication charts the stellar rise and dramatic fall of Germany’s most iconic teen magazine

By Sarah Khan

A great magazine is one which invents its own readership

By Brian Dillon

In 1976 the British art journal Studio International conducted a survey of contemporary art magazines to see what could be revealed about their inner workings and motivations.

In 1976 the British art journal Studio International conducted a survey of contemporary art magazines to see what could be revealed about their inner workings and motivations.