Art in America Magazine
Art in America is a contemporary art magazine covering the ever-changing art scene in America's artistic epicenters like New York City as well as abroad. From painting and sculpture to photography, Art in America provides critiques and updates that are sure to appeal to artists and collectors alike.More Info >>
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About Art in America
Founded in 1913 by art critic, historian and collector Frederic Fairchild Sherman, Art in America has been an authoritative voice in the ever-evolving art scene for a century. Noted artists and critics across the years have written for the magazine, including Bernard Berenson, Benjamin H.D. Buchloh, Hal Foster, Adolph Gottlieb, Rosalind Krauss, Donald Kuspit, Thomas McEvilley, Robert Morris, Barbara Rose, Irving Sandler, Leo Steinberg, Craig Owens and Robert Storr.
With particular emphasis New York City and contemporary art fairs, other regular features include profiles of artists and genres, updates on art movements, show reviews, and event schedules. Interesting interviews and previews give art appreciators an inside look at the work and inspiration of up-and-coming artists, and critiques and reviews show what's new and on-point in the art world. Great attention to design and photography lets readers really engage with and appreciate the works and artists being covered in each issue. Intriguing magazine covers are often designed by commissioned artists, especially covers for milestone issues, drawing readers in from the outside.
Designed to be read by collectors, artists, art dealers, and art professionals, Art in America is the perfect magazine for today's lover of art.
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Art in America is the best balance of revered articulation of the art world today. Every issue offers indepth analysis of new, current and historically significant artists and shows. Art in America is amazing for pulling forward the inobvious artists that also deserve recognition. With the major features they also offer fun, insightful smaller bits that pull you into the happenings in the US and abroad. AMAZING art read!!
Strongly advise against. I enjoy being aware of the art sceen in the US. However as a happy and upbeat person I need to fill my time with positive things. The art was well done but 1/4-1/3 of the magazine had disturbing nude art and it was throughout the magazine so you can't just rip out the back. I was extremely dissappointed and found some months had nothing worth looking at and therefore tossing it without reading it.
Art in America magazine is great if you are living in the Midwest and trying to stay abreast of exhibitions happening on the East Coast. The gallery ads are informative of current work, and the exhibition reviews in the back are complete and written by a variety of critics. The articles are usually theory-laden but are something I consider very important to read.