212 is a biannual magazine based out of Istanbul, published and distributed internationally. It contains short fiction and long-form reportage; distinctive photo essays and revealing interviews. Even though it was born in the city where east meets west (as the love-worn cliche goes), the magazine seeks to transcend the loaded dichotomies of Istanbul’s favourite metaphor, and extends its gaze far beyond the region.
Our Magazine showcases the winners of AAP Magazine's call of entries organized by All About Photo every 2 months. With an eye towards beauty, quality and novelty, we try to discover amazing works and help photographers get the exposure we think they deserve.
Founded and launched in 1972 by photographer and curator Nathan Lyons, Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism has served as an important voice in the media arts. The journal features unique, high-quality coverage of digital media, film, games, photography, television, video, and visual arts, as well as addresses important issues and debates within art history, media studies, visual and cultural studies, and related fields. In addition to in-depth feature articles, the journal publishes book and exhibition reviews as well as conference and festival reports.
Aint-Bad Magazine is a quarterly publication that promotes new photographic art. We support a progressive community of artists from around the world in a printed publication and web-based forum. Our aim is to engage a discussion about contemporary culture and human nature through thought provoking imagery. Aint-Bad Magazine was founded in 2011 by Carson Sanders, Taylor Curry, Caitie Moore and James Jackman. Each issue is central to a specific theme, unique to each subsequent edition. Its mission is to expose the work of exceptional photographers whose work touches on fundamental concepts of contemporary culture and human existence. We intend to stimulate the collection and appreciation of photography by making a publication that is accessible and affordable. Aint-Bad Magazine is devoted to supporting the future of printed publications and the strength of the photographic communities.
Created in 1952 by photographers and writers as “common ground for the advancement of photography,” Aperture today is a multiplatform publisher and center for the photo community. From our base in New York, we produce, publish, and present a program of photography projects, locally and internationally.
Four issues each year of Aperture magazine, the flagship of our commitment to the most inspiring photography and writing on photography
Every month Art in America, the world's premiere art magazine, presents in-depth coverage of the global, and often controversial, art scene. Each issue presents articles about respected and rising talents, and sophisticated photography of current exhibits. An annual subscription of Art in America also includes the highly coveted Annual Guide to Museums, Galleries & Artists. The guide is published each August and is considered to be the most valuable resource available for any person affiliated with or enticed by the arts.
Established in 1996 and published biannually by Agora Gallery, ARTisSpectrum Magazine provides accessible contemporary art by internationally talented emerging and mid-level artists. This is one of the most exciting art publications offering the global art community a refreshing artistic perspective of the most innovative artwork on the art market today. The writing - by some of the most gifted young writers of our time - include reviews, critiques and articles on a wide range of media while encouraging aesthetic dialogue across the cultural divide. ARTisSpectrum is a unique art publication that was founded for artists, born of the need for artistic expression, as well as providing a significant promotional venue to the international art community of living artists. Based in Chelsea, New York City, in the center of the global art scene, this definitive art magazine is an international art source which provides; artists, collectors, museums, galleries, art organizations, and art enthusiasts, a fresh look at new talent who wish to gain recognition on the international art stage. Featured articles, reviews, interviews and full colored reproductions are imaginative, informative, incisive, and address the current trends of cutting-edge paintings, sculpture, photography and digital art by artists whose vision of the world includes being in touch with the world.
Auslöser is a bilingual (German & English) indie print magazine from Vienna that focuses on the human stories behind the camera. Each issue features four in-depth photographer interviews, a behind-the-scenes reportage and a photographic object in detail. The photography publication convinces with a minimalistic, expressive visual language with a lot of attention to detail, focus on artistic photography, very high quality design and production.
Auslöser can be purchased in over 50 carefully selected galleries, museum shops, magazine- and bookstores worldwide from Vienna to Russia, from Portugal to China, and via our online shop. Furthermore, you can find every issue at many universities and in libraries from Zurich to Amsterdam.
Presenting and supporting the most diverse photographers, promoting the discourse of artistic photography and driving it into fresh, unexplored heights continues to be our goal. In every issue, we showcase two women and two men, combining the young with the old, the famous with the unknown and blending each and every background and culture, regardless of themes and categories.
For collectors of fine photography.
Black & White is the ultimate resource for connoisseurs and collectors of black and white fine-art photography.
Black & White was welcomed by the photographic community from its first issue and its circulation has expanded around the world. While black and white photography is often thought of as a medium of the past, recent years have drawn more enthusiasts into its community, with many participants using digital-format cameras to create black and white images. We believe that the popularity of Black & White has been a factor in the accelerated growth of this medium and will continue to be a major factor in its continued popularity.
Black+White Photography strikes a balance between inspiration and information, traditional and digital for the monochrome photographer. Each issue features stunning images from some of the finest names in black & white; regular features include guidance on printing technique, equipment tests and reportage, with plenty of opportunity for readers to see their own work in print. Subscribers also get special collectable covers (without text)!
Blind Spot is a semi-annual art journal that publishes unseen work by living photographers. In Blind Spot, images are given primacy and published collaboratively rather than curatorially, unaccompanied by introductory, biographical or explanatory text. Blind Spot is not about photography, our content is photography. Blind Spot bridges the gap between emerging and established artists, and creates a new context where each can benefit from the company of the other. By publishing accomplished artists on an intimate scale, we strive to enrich and provide direction to our culture. Since its launch in 1993, Blind Spot has featured over 300 living photographers including Uta Barth, Gregory Crewdson, Tim Davis, Rineke Dijkstra, Adam Fuss, and Vik Muniz, many of whom have gained critical and audience acclaim through their exposure in the magazine.
BLINK is a independent and non-profit, distinctive photography magazine features fresh work by contemporary artists, published monthly. but it is not just a magazine. it is monthly artist book project. the magazine serves as exhibition space that embraces every aspect of photography.
We send the magazine to Galleries in US, Europe, Japan, China, Aus. BLINK support artists whom BLINK loves and the magazine works such as their showcase or portfolio, small exhibition space. BLINK will not stop to promotes artists we support forever.
Established in 1854, British Journal of Photography is the world's longest-running photography magazine. Published weekly from 1864, on 3rd March 2010 British Journal of Photography relaunched with a sleek new look and an injection of new editorial sections, returning to its original monthly roots.
The new design plays to the strengths of print with premium-quality paper and improved reproduction techniques. More primacy is given to photographs as well as in-depth articles, with the focus shifting from news-driven content to the creative impetus of professional photography. Each issue features profiles of emerging talent alongside star names, a picture-led Portfolio section, business analysis and detailed technology reviews.
Since 1980, the magazine Camera Austria International has been providing its readers with insights into important discourses on the role of photography as a medium and practice of contemporary art-presenting outstanding artists who have made extraordinary contributions to the continual development of the medium. The magazine is not primarily engaged with topicality but also makes materials available that, as part of long-term and sustainable discourse, also retains significance after the fact as source material. Over the years, this has resulted in an-at times surprising-archive and reference body on contemporary photography.
Still posed at the heart of this bilingual (ger./eng.) quarterly are the monographic contributions about artists whose work is decisive in defining a current perspective on photography. This is accompanied by the Forum section, which introduces-often in cooperation with curators, writers, or artists-remarkable positions by young international artists who are not yet well known but already display a unique profile. The profile of the magazine is rounded off by a tailored overview of current international exhibitions and recently published books.
Communication Arts magazine is the leading trade journal for visual communications. It's the largest creative magazine in the world and showcases the top work in graphic design, advertising, illustration, photography, interactive design and typography. Since 1959, more graphic designers, art directors, creative directors, commercial photographers and illustrators have turned to Communication Arts for ideas and inspiration than to any other creative publication. What makes Communication Arts so special? Our unique combination of respected juried Annuals, in-depth profiles and numerous informative columns printed with the highest standard of quality makes Communication Arts the premier publication to cover all aspects of visual communications.
Over the past three decades Light Work's publications have featured the most creative, innovative, and talked-about artists of our time. Contact Sheet is one of the longest-running art photography publications in the world. Past issues have included work by James Casebere, Cindy Sherman, Andres Serrano, Zeke Berman, Carrie Mae Weems, and many other well-known artists in the early stages of their careers. Our publications are collected by libraries and museums throughout the world.
The five yearly issues of Contact Sheet include four elegant monographs by artists featured in major exhibitions at the Light Work Main Gallery in the Robert B. Menschel Media Center at Syracuse University. A one-year subscription also includes the Light Work Annual, a special eighty-page issue that includes new work by artists invited to participate in Light Work's award-winning Artist-in-Residence Program. Every issue of Contact Sheet includes informative essays about the artists’ work and is produced using the most advanced four-color and duotone printing technology.
Digital SLR Photography addresses the needs of today's photographer in a lively, informative and stylish format. Dedicated to digital SLR photographers of all abilities, from beginner through enthusiast to professional it will inform and entertain you through a unique blend of technique articles, inspirational images, news and authoritative reviews. Covering topics such as landscapes, portraits and close up photography, this magazine provides a focused and comprehensive read guaranteed to help you get the most out of your photography.
Divide Magazine is an International, independent, bimonthly, contemporary art magazine. We feature up and coming visual artists from all over the globe. Featured artists work in paint, sculpture, photography, mixed-media, textiles and more.
First published in July 2012, doc! photo magazine is irregular publication dedicated to contemporary photography. It features projects discussing the most challenging issues of the world as seen through photographers' eyes. Each edition of the magazine includes photo stories by emerging and already established photographers, essays about photography and interviews. Published in English in limited print run, doc! Is distributed through the publisher website and selected bookstores around the world. Although started as an online publication, today doc! is a top class ads-free paper based magazine featuring projects that follow the motto: WHEN THE STORY MATTERS.
Don’t Take Pictures is a semi-annual print, online, and tablet-ready publication. The title, Don’t Take Pictures, references the language of modern photography. Over the years, the term “taking pictures” has begun to be replaced with “making photographs.” The change signifies a distinction between the widespread use of cameras in the modern world and the more systematic, thoughtful process of creating photographic art. At Don’t Take Pictures, we strive to celebrate the creativity involved with the making of photographs. Our online version publishes new content weekly.
Created in April 2020 during the first wave lockdown. FotoNostrum Magazine is a monthly online (flip book) and printed magazine. Released the 5th of every month, FotoNostrum Magazine showcases portfolios and exclusive in-depth interviews of contemporary masters and emerging talents from all over the world. English and Spanish versions are available.
Frieze magazine was set up in 1991 and is the leading magazine of contemporary art and culture. frieze includes essays, reviews and columns by today’s most forward-thinking writers, artists and curators.
Since 2005, GUP Magazine is an active player in the field of international (art-)photography, spreading its love and inspiration for photography in general and art-photography in specific. We started exclusively as a print publication but then expanded our community to include this web site, as well as social community sites like Facebook and Twitter. Through these socially-minded, daily updates, we’re able to keep our readership even better informed about everything concerning the photographic scope. We’re currently consulted by over 100 nationalities worldwide on a daily basis, and growing!
Incandescent is a bi-annual international zine focused on color film photography. It is curated and produced in Portland, Oregon by Pine Island Press. Founded in 2011 by film devotees, the publication celebrates the quality and nuances of color film. Incandescent is dedicated to showcasing emerging photographers and to providing artists an opportunity to share their work free of charge.
LensWork is our 96-page, award-winning, bimonthly, anthology-style periodical which focuses on photography and the creative process. Each issue includes 3-4 portfolios, usually an interview with one of the photographers, often an article by a guest contributor, and an Editor's Comments.
Get an in-depth view of the world of photography with inspirational and educational articles from professionals of every genre, tips and techniques, shots from up-and-comers, gear reviews and more. Published quarterly (Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter), Nikon World is the perfect accessory to your Nikon gear.
Normal is a quarterly magazine devoted to art photography, especially nudes. Half art book and half magazine, Normal introduces readers to the intimate work of the greatest contemporary photographers as well as emerging talents, through 260 pages of interviews, portfolios and exclusive series combining art, nudes and fashion. Normal began as a dream. Meetings with passionate people and a desire to create gave that dream substance.
We imagined a magazine that would combine aesthetics, art, photography, fashion and text, all related to the theme of the nude. Then the word was made flesh. We opened a publishing house with the name Incarnatio. Normal was launched just over a year ago by artistic director Guillaume Rogez and myself, Philippe Guédon, as editor. Over the years, we have built special relationships with some of the most talented names in the photography of tomorrow.
NYPH Journal is a portal into the vast visual landscape that is contemporary photography. The journal focuses on the remarkable talents of photographers included in the The New York Photo Awards and features those artists alongside commissioned essays and articles from taste-makers in contemporary fine art and documentary photography, photobooks, and beyond.
Outdoor Photographer is the premier magazine about outdoor photography. Our photography technique articles are geared to helping you capture the best wildlife, travel and outdoor sports photography. Review photography tips and keep up with digital photography as applied to nature photography; stay current with the latest in photography equipment. You can also explore our readers' favorite places that offer the best in photography locations.
In print and online, photograph has everything for the photo collector and enthusiast. The print version is published bi-monthly and has exhibition listings, columns, reviews, a calendar of events and illustrated advertising from galleries, museums, art fairs, auction houses and artists.
Beautifully produced twice yearly in May and October, Photoworks has established its reputation by leading the debate surrounding all photographic genres and offering new perspectives on photographic history.
For more than 100 years, Professional Photographer, the official magazine of Professional Photographers of America, has helped readers advance careers in the photographic industry. Each issue contains practical yet cutting-edge lessons in the artistic, business, and technological aspects of professional photography. No other magazine offers a more influential presentation of the people, trends, products, and photographs changing and defining the portrait, wedding and commercial photography landscape.
Réponse Photo has been my bedside magazine for the past 20 years (maybe more...). It cannot be purchased directly in the newsstands in the USA but it can be shipped to your house. All about photo Editor
SHOTS Magazine is an independent, reader-supported, quarterly journal of fine art photography in its 26th year of publication. SHOTS is known for its democratic presentation of work by a variety of photographers from around the world. Often described as a “photographer’s photography magazine”, SHOTS reaches a wide, international audience that includes not only photographers, but also educators, gallery directors, museums and others interested in photography.
If you are someone who enjoys photography, or if you have some work you would like to share, SHOTS may be for you.
The Photo Review publishes a printed quarterly journal and an electronic newsletter that is sent by email to subscribers 8 times a year.
The Photo Review is a highly acclaimed critical journal of national scope and international readership. Publishing since 1976, the Photo Review covers photography events throughout the country and serves as a central resource for the Mid-Atlantic region. With incisive reviews, exciting portfolios, lively interviews, the latest in books and exhibitions, The Photo Review quarterly journal has earned a reputation as one of the best serious photography publications being produced today.
TIDAL is a biannual print magazine focusing on fashion, lifestyle, and culture that pairs East Coast sensibilities with a laid-back West Coast vibe. You can turn every page and see something beautiful: fashion that's approachable, entertaining stories that are fun and inviting, and celebrity profiles that make you feel like you're getting to know a new friend. Plus there's a hint of the mystical...'cause that's how we roll. Current is Tidal's exclusively online outlet-all the same kinds of awesomeness, just with less page turning.
A long-awaited, multivolume "documentary fiction" of photographs and documents portraying the Northern Ireland conflict
In 1972, at the age of 26, Gilles Peress (born 1946) photographed the British Army's massacre of Irish civilians on Bloody Sunday. In the 1980s he returned to the North of Ireland, intent on testing the limits of visual language and perception to understand the intractable conflict. Whatever You Say, Say Nothing, a work of "documentary fiction," organizes a decade of photographs across 22 fictional "days" to articulate the helical structure of history during a conflict that seemed like it would never end―days of violence, of marching, of riots, of unemployment, of mourning.
Accompanying each copy is Annals of the North, a text-and-image almanac to Whatever You Say, Say Nothing, also published separately by Steidl this season; the books are housed together in a tote bag.
Held back for 30 years and now eagerly anticipated, Whatever You Say, Say Nothing takes the language of documentary photography to its extremes.
Photographed in Zimbabwe and Kenya in late 2020, The Day May Break is the first part of a global series by acclaimed photographer Nick Brandt, portraying people and animals that have been impacted by environmental degradation and destruction.
The people in these photographs were all affected by climate change, displaced by cyclones and years-long droughts. Photographed at five sanctuaries, the animals were rescues that can never be rewilded. As a result, it was safe for human strangers to be close to them, photographed so close to them, within the same frame. The fog on location is the unifying visual motif, conveying the sense of an ever-increasing limbo, a once-recognizable world now fading from view. However, despite their respective losses, these people and animals have survived, and therein lies possibility and hope.
This Peanut Portfolio Book includes one signed and numbered original photograph and one signed and numbered hardcover book, 40 pages, 18 color plates.
Aline Smithson's award-winning portraiture has been shown in numerous exhibitions and publications internationally and is held in many public and private collections. Smithson has also exhibited her portraits at the National Portrait Gallery in London and was commissioned to create a series of portraits for the Smithsonian Art and Space Museum in Washington, D.C.
Fugue State asks us to think about the permanence of photographs. Both digital and analog images can be destroyed by time, and here, Smithson hastens the process herself. When has destruction been so beautiful?
If Cartier-Bresson's decisive moment reflects a situation perfectly in tune with the photographer's intuition, flawlessly combining the elements of composition and timing, then Ed Kashi's abandoned moment is the result of an imprecise instant of surrender.
This collection of photographs, made over a 40-year period, reveals imprecise glimpses of transitory events filled with frenetic energy – the chaos of everyday life. Embodying photography's intrinsic power, they preserve moments that can never occur again in exactly the same time and space. When geometry, mood, and possibility unite to unintentionally create something new, the magical and fictional qualities of still photography capture the unplanned essence of existence.
In contrast to my journalistic approach of deep personal connection and keen observation, this work is about capturing the untamed energy of a moment with abandon.
TASCHEN's Muhammad Ali book presents the man, the legend, and the myth in all his raw, prime glory. As the man said, in one of the best-known Muhammad Ali quotes, you have to "float like a butterfly, sting like a bee" to be the greatest.
Why do men dream of being worshipped by people on the other side of the world? It is an old fantasy, going back to the early explorers as imperial powers cast their eyes hungrily around the world. From Captain Cook to Hernan Cortes, they all came back with a peculiar tale that they'd been received as a god by the people they encountered in distant lands.
The book takes you on the incredible journey Uri has been on going from a boy to a man, from soldier to photographer. It is a raw and honest story about his passion for adventure, his love for nature and how he died and came back to life.
Vanishing Points is a long-term photography project that focuses on significant sites of Indigenous American presence, including sacred landforms, earthworks, documented archaeological sites and contested battlegrounds. The book combines beautiful large format landscape images with smaller still lifes of objects and debris collected at the sites.
My Brother's War tells the story of a soldier, Gary Hines, and his younger sister's search to understand the circumstances surrounding his life with Post Traumatic Stress - and his untimely death by his own hand ten years after returning home from the Vietnam war
Stefano De Luigi's new book. Twenty years later, the author has completely revisited his work, the subject of his first book, restoring in it a more personal vision with more than half of the unpublished photographs.<
Ron Cooper, a Colorado-based photographer, has partnered with British publisher Photiq to produce Celebrating Humanity: Faces from Five Continents, a fine-art book of Cooper's travel portrait photography. The photographs in the book portray people in all walks of life, young and old, at home where they live and work.
The first retrospective by Ragnar Axelsson includes among others the well-known series Faces of the North, Glacier, Last Days of the Arctic, and Arctic Heroes. The eminent Icelandic photographer's themes are the changes in the physical and traditional realities of the North.