Art Review magazine is now in its 50th year of publication. The magazine is one of the leading global guides to contemporary art today. It can be read by specialist art collectors, people who own galleries or maybe those readers with a more general interest in art. Art Review covers topics on everything to do with already established artists as well as those just staring to make their mark. Each issue will contain exhibition reviews, artist profiles and the critic’s choices for the best new artists around.
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Art fans will think that they have died and gone to heaven when they read this magazine. It is beautifully presented with plain backgrounds which make the images really pop out. There will be loads of different genres of art covered in this magazine; readers can expect an eclectic mix of different mediums and influences.
Art Review magazine will bring the reader a great deal of information on the latest shows and exhibitions which are being shown all over the UK. Readers looking for a different kind of day out or a fun new experience should check out some of the exhibitions, it will help fans can get further immersed into the stunning artistic world of their idols.
You have to be pretty talented in order to stick out in the art world today. It is a fiercely competitive business and artists have to constantly push the boundaries of their work in order to make an impact. This magazine will keep readers informed of all the new faces they need to be aware of in the ever changing art scene.
Laurie Anderson said that ‘artists are just nich-ing their thing and then putting up their billboards saying look at me’. This is a very accurate expression of the art world today. It is entirely to do with self expression and the artists own thoughts. Gone are the ancient days when artists had to paint Royalty to become established. Art Review magazine will give readers an insight into the often strange and brilliant minds of the artists blazing a name for themselves in the current art scene.