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Ivan Pope blogs regularly on his art, his life as an artist, what surrounds him and other quirky half-man half-artist stuff. Over five years it has formed an archive of what stimulates and moves him and of his own work.
A blog dedicated to interviews of contemporary photographers, posted on a weekly basis by photographer Pauline Magnenat.
Steven Roden's blog about things related to sound, visual art, architecture, modernism, music, design, fluxus, 78's, literature, film, ephemera, and much more ...basically a space to share "the collection", much of which serves as inspiration for my work...
An ever-growing archive and never-ending look at photography's past, present and unfolding future.
Items of interest and the occasional musing about her life as a fine art photographer and teacher living in New York City.
A fun and quirky food-themed art blog featuring free art deadlines and calls for entries for art shows, art publication and more as an artist resource.
Dedicated to catalyzing critical discussion and disseminating information about art as filtered through San Diego.
A New York based art blog that features exhibits, artists, performances, and other cultural events as well as updates about the editor's projects; forming a personal and public archiving project.
New York art news, reviews and gossip.
Art Observed covers contemporary art globally from a New York City perspective and intends to provide a selective, editorialized, curated perspective on the fine art arena including the trends and forces that drive the market. Art Observed summarizes the latest art news globally and provides original on site reporting and interviews.
Worldwide opportunities for artists, curators, scholars and organizations. Free online resource dedicated to international art opportunities such as residency programs, festivals, exhibitions, conferences, grants, awards and much more. Also available for Android.
Artlurker is a Miami based online contemporary art newsletter/blog. By documenting cultural subjects and involving the local community for the local community Artlurker functions as both a resource and a platform representative of the relative accessibility of Miami's art scene.
The latest news, places and events in the art world, mostly in New York City from the perspective of an experienced art collector devoted mostly to emerging artists working with photography. Informative, fun and with a bitchy note here and there!
Artists Misha and Amy Kligman use the Articks Blogspot to post everything they think other artists might want to know about- including other artists, gallery information, resources, and opportunities.
Nebraska Art Aggregate and wellspring of local links, contemporary art sites full of mind feeding stuff, and unheralded voices from the area. ArtsPreserve is a visual variety of mixed moods and interdisciplinary projects stirred in with small towns, agriculture, alter-egos and the natural stretches of Nebraska. Gleaning with a slightly sinister, slyly comic, lit-minded and specific aesthetic eye, the site moves and grows and changes.
Contemporary art and cultural affairs as seen from Canberra, Australia.
A blog by Joseph Young and Michael Cantor dedicated to profiling artists in the Baltimore Area.
News, exhibition previews, and studio visits focusing on artists, galleries, and the graffiti world.
A singular arts and culture aggregator that gathers the most fascinating and unusual arts, architecture and design stories from websites high and low and compiles them into an easy-to-navigate, tongue-in-cheek round-up that is issued on an almost-daily basis.
A blog by NYC-Helsinki designer/urban planner/artist Candy Chang on cities, public space, and design field research.
Anything and everything related to collage and mixed media work, including copyright issues, artist shoutouts, collage links, gallery profiles, and the up and down day-to-day collage exploits of it's author, Julie Sadler.
A curated daily journal of international exhibitions, with exclusive images from the most relevant galleries and institutions.
An internationally reporting online publication dedicated to the best contemporary visual art. New content published each day.
A Blog taking up issues around contemporary drawing practice by bringing together images, references, articles and insights regarding what it means to draw.
A collection of thoughts, findings, ideas, inspirations, news and events related to art, nature and technology. Erik currently works as a Concept Developer and Engineer at the Interactive Institutes Art & Technology programme in Stockholm.
Personal blog from Portland based artist Eva Lake. She also produces Art Focus for the radio station KBOO.
Online forum to encourage art reviews and critical discussion about the visual culture of Aotearoa New Zealand. Edited by John Hurrell, a New Zealand based writer, artist and curator.
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Website by Olso based art critic, journalist and photographer André Gali following exhibitions, projects, debates, fashion, concert, parties and symposiums.
The latest trends in: Paris, art, new media, social media, digital marketing and digital journalism.
A web log with a specific focus on the photographic arts as well as the occasional musing on cinema and music.
A daily web log of contemporary artworks and writings with focuses on photography and new media.
A platform for images, contemporary issues and events, as well as works in progress from an MFA student at the School of Visual Arts. Music will be served.
Jane Fulton Alt muses on love, life and creativity, sharing her take on the creative life.
Writing with a New York City perspective and a distinctly feminist point of view, Mattera, an exhibiting painter, reports on exhibitions, art fairs and studio visits. She covers the same territory in her travels, a highlight of which is her annual report from the Miami art fairs. Mattera's Marketing Mondays feature addresses the issues facing artists looking to create a place for themselves in the art world.
A blog dedicated to posting pictures of art lovers jumping for joy in museums and galleries across the world.
A personal blog began as a way to catalog Lee Grant's studies as a Masters Candidate at the ANU School of Art in Australia. Over the last 3 years it has yielded her a surprising virtual network around the world and has helped shaped her artistic career.
Lenscratch is a Los Angeles based blog that explores contemporary photography, focusing on emerging and established photographers from around the globe.
Online gallery showcasing the artistic talent of women in Australia working with photo based media.
A blog by photographer Liz Kuball about her life, her work, and the things that keep her up at night.
A blog by DC photographer Susana Raab on the life of a working artist in Washington, DC, reviews of local gallery and museum shows, opportunities for artists and general musings.
A daily curated contemporary artblog featuring high quality, large format images and video.
"MAO" is an art website written by an active, "Obsessed" NYC Contemporary Art Collector. A confessed art auction junkie and a member of a major NY Art Museum's acquisition committee, he writes with a blunt, irreverent, savvy and unexpected insight into the highbrow New York City art world.
A diary about: art, photography, design, new york, food, books, humor, travel and more.
OPENWIDEpdx documents exhibitions of contemporary art in the Portland, Oregon art scene. There is no commentary or critique, just photos of the best shows in the Portland area.
A personal blog by artist and Culturehall Curator, Tema Stauffer, provides a narrative account of her relationship to photography and photographers. It includes her own work-in-progress as well as commentary and news about the photo community.
A new contemporary artist every weekday.
An attempt at understanding the socio-political influence of art in a specific region and in a greater context using artist portraits, interviews, essays, satire and documentation in various media, serving as a historical online reference point for present and future generations of art lovers.
Philipp Zurmöhle blog covering art and design from Oslo, Norway.
Ana Montiel's inspirational diary featuring contemporary art, design, fashion, pattern design and illustration. Pop Pervert also acts as a showcase for Ana's creative process where she uploads drafts, sneak peaks and more from her projects.
Writing, reviewing, and documenting art on the prairies.
Prison Photography, a project by Pete Brook, looks at photographic production within and around sites of incarceration. Brook also discusses civil liberties, ethics and social justice as they relate to photography and photojournalism.
ROLU is a blog kept by Matt Olson about art / architecture / design / music and culture. The site is loosely affiliated with the design studio ROLU, rosenlof/lucas, ro/lu based in Minneapolis.
A blog/vlog started by artist Vincent Romanielloto to recognize artists and arts organizations not covered by the traditional print and broadcast media. The original mission continues with the inclusion of news and special events in the Philadelphia and New York area.
Features current events and profiles the arts community at the Mana Contemorary Art Center in Jersey City, New Jersey.
Shane Lavalette's contemporary photography blog. Features individual photographers, books reviews, exhibitions as well as exclusive interviews with artists.
A web publication reviewing contemporary art events, projects and exhibitions in Alberta and Canada. Edited and organized by Nicole Burisch & Anthea Black, the Alberta edition is a partner project of Shotgun-Review.com in the San Francisco Bay Area, USA.
A look at what's on view across the world, whether historical images of the IBM store in New York, an everything spice and pot shop in India or some art project that looks out onto the world.
A web journal featuring artists in their studio.
The personal photography blog of Heidi Romano - a fine art photographer, art director and full time dreamer, where she features photographers who inspire her and draw her attention.
Begun in 2005, now read worldwide, we encourage criticality, clarity to establish a process of engagement about visual arts of particular theoretical intellect. Our methodology denies morphology, we prefer eloquent hierarchy rather than constructed ideologies
A source for found and vernacular photographs from the American Suburb X Collection and select archives from the Library of Congress and the 1970's EPA project entitled "Documerica."
An ever-evolving collection of personal insights from artists, authors, filmmakers, musicians and cultural icons the world over. Bringing together such intimate work as sketchbooks, personal memorabilia, annotated typescripts, short essays, home movies and near impossible to find archival work, THIS LONG CENTURY serves as a direct line to the contributors themselves.
The art, events, and interests of the Australian National University Visual Arts postgraduate program.
The most read internet magazine about art and visual culture in the Netherlands. Trendbeheer.com is an artist based network and reports on all developments in the national and international artworld, with a hint of fashion, design and architecture.
An LA-based, but not always LA-specific, art blog. Centers on gallery show opening photos and reviews, art news, artist features and events. Connects the coasts and the world, while trying to make art reviewing fun.
A project of interviews with international, contemporary photographers. Their answers to three simple questions about their career paths, presented in this project, should help, inspire and inform. The tips and advice provided will be of value to every young photographer.
Unless you will, curated and founded by Heidi Romano, is an online journal that showcases a vision within photo-based art. Her goal is to bring together a collection of notable photographers from around the world and present their work. Sometimes a photo can evoke high feelings of emotion or nostalgia and in a roundabout way it becomes a means of expressing ourselves as photographers. UYW strives to showcase photographers who add layers of meaning and capture these feelings. Their images are a happiness measurement, they give us pleasure, rekindle a memory, or trigger other emotions of their own. Her aim is to showcase these talented artists without too many frills, who work with the notions of play, honesty and craftsmanship.
Web log focusing on photography, issues concerning photographic practice, and art in general. Written by Canadian Noel Rodo-Vankeulen, he showcases individual photographers, book reviews, exhibitions, and topics that deal with the medium of image-based arts as whole.
Viewpoints on contemporary developments in the arts and current cultural events around the world, with a special interest in all things affecting the creative landscape of Memphis, Tennessee.
Henry Cartier-Bresson once ended a lecture on his work by exclaiming YES YES YES to describe the essence of the act of photographing. A camera can democratically say YES to subjects ugly, beautiful and everything in between. This blog is an extension of my studio practice and provides a forum for experimentation and an exploration of my influences.
A Los Angeles based dimensionist collective founded in 2001 by Lead Artist Paul McLean, as an online vehicle for multimedia, multidisciplinary expression, discourse and exhibition documentation. AFH has operated in conjunction with many collective and solo projects encompassing the globe, bridging various art practices, media, and cultural arenas.
A school for collaborative projects and research in Brooklyn, New York. Our focus is on re-imagining education and the idea of "school" to encompass experience and creative practice. We make research publications and projects about learning. We have a physical space in Bushwick that serves as a community laboratory and research station for the everyday. We provide a community for artists, educators and people to share ideas and experiment with different ways to explore learning as a tool for engagement through art, design and interdisciplinary practice.
A community oriented collective of women photographers dedicated to promoting the work of its members and that of other women in photography.
A union composed of NYC artists who teach as a part of their creative practice. With this union, we aim to define the role of the teaching artist through developing a supportive community, celebrating and exhibiting the work produced in teaching situations, and advocating for the rights and needs of the teaching artist.
Tóxico is an independent cultural project based in Mexico City, a creative think-tank: imagination is not a luxury, they say. And so their blog regularly posts intoxicating things for the eyes, across disciplines, with a special emphasis on photography.
A New York-based nonprofit organization that assists artists with the production and presentation of new work. It changes in response to the needs of artists and informs and engages the public about their work.
Arthouse at the Jones Center creates meaningful opportunities to investigate and experience the art of our time through exhibitions, programs and commissions of new work. Based out of Austin, TX, Arthouse exhibitions and programs initiate dialogue between living working artists and our communities, while supporting emerging Texas-based, national, and international talent.
Independent Curators International produces exhibitions, events, publications, and training opportunities for diverse audiences around the world. Working across disciplines and historical precedents, the organization is a hub that provides access to the people, ideas, and practices that are key to current developments in the field, inspiring fresh ways of seeing and contextualizing contemporary art.
A Photography and literature magazine printed on postcards. Each issue is a serialized story broken into four parts and mailed one part per week.
A newspaper-sized photography magazine dedicated to publish the work of young and emerging artists as well as theoretical essays. The magazine is published twice a year with a mono-thematic focus on contemporary tendencies in photography.
A non-profit organization dedicated to publishing in-depth photographic essays on important issues of the day via Daylight Magazine (print) and Daylight Multimedia (online). By reimagining the documentary mode through collaboration with established and emerging artists, scholars and journalists, Daylight has become one of the premier showcases for contemporary photography.
An online destination for new and exciting work by emerging and very established photographic artists.
An independent publishing house focused on contemporary art and photography based in Baden, Switzerland.
Founded by photographer Shane Lavalette, Lay Flat is an independent imprint for photography. Publishes the limited-edition magazine/journal, in which each new issue is assembled by Lavalette along with an invited guest editor.
Triple Canopy works collectively with writers, artists, researchers and other collaborators on projects that deal critically with culture and politics, and the ways people engage them, both online and in the world at large. These investigations are realized in an online magazine as well as in public programs and print publications encompassing various fields and locales.
An experimental arts magazine based in Taichung City, Taiwan. Featuring writing on art, music, history and politics, plus original artworks, poetry, fiction and comics, White Fungus is an ongoing experiment in community media art.
A multi-talent design bureau based in the heart of modernist Barcelona. Behind Sir Alan is a team offering a mix of artistic innovation, intelligent creativity and business-oriented savoir-faire.
Opportunities for artists of all ages and skill levels, in all disciplines.
Artists Rights Society (ARS) is the preeminent copyright, licensing, and monitoring organization for visual artists in the United States. Founded in 1987, ARS represents the intellectual property rights interests of over 50,000 visual artists and estates of visual artists from around the world (painters, sculptors, photographers, architects and others).
Artcards is a digital publication that brings you to art with a comprehensive list of openings, lectures, performances, screenings, workshops, and shows. Current coverage focuses on New York and San Francisco, with more cities coming soon.
A New York City based fine art pigment / ink jet printing and scanning studio. A wide variety of high quality acid free papers including cotton rag and bamboo are offered. Prints are color accurate, fairly priced and come with the personalized service not available at the commercial labs. Wide format printing, high end Imacon scanning and advanced retouching services are available. Fiber Ink Studio is the creation of two photographers with a combined printing experience of fifteen years.
Groups and Spaces is an online platform that gathers together information on people making art in groups and collaborative situations, groups that run art spaces, and independently run artist spaces and centers. The site serves as an opensource portal for artists, educators and citizens to learn more about these working methods and connect with resources in their area. The platform aims to facilitate dialogue about community engagement, collaborative practices and provide educational resources for new audiences.
An artist-run company providing information, technology and solutions created by artists for artists. Our mission is to support artists and arts organizations with an integrated mix of software, services and information in order to keep artists working. GYST-Ink is dedicated to empowering and educating artists so that they can develop sustainable and successful careers on their own terms.
A calendar of artist talks, panel discussions, and public programs in and around New York.
Paris based digital print shop, working with artists, photographers, fashion designers and boutique owners in producing high quality print materials. Bilingual (French & English), Lalande is expert in all things digital. We are artists working with artists.
A New York-based video production company providing high-quality video services and affordable video equipment rental to art, non-profit and other organizations large and small. With experience in visual arts, music, dance, and theater, our team is a creative group of emerging talents that possess a deep understanding and sensibility in the arts.
An online store bringing together a community of artists.
A unique venue devoted to bringing together influential artists, collectors, galleries, dealers and institutions with the purpose of advancing relationships and creating community.
Photofusion is London's largest independent photography resource centre. We are unique for the breadth of our work and services providing access to a full range of services and facilities including a fully-equipped studio, darkrooms, exhibition production, film processing, digital hire facilities, and a full range of courses for professional, student and amateur photographers. We also run a number of outreach projects within Lambeth.
Radiant Labs is a communal color and black and white darkroom located in Long Island City, New York.