Beyond Our Orbit

 

 

ARTnews: Founded in 1902, ARTnews is the oldest and most widely-circulated art magazine in the world. Its readership of 180,000 in 123 countries includes collectors, dealers, historians, artists, museum directors, curators, connoisseurs, and enthusiasts.

Published eleven times a year, ARTnews reports on the art, personalities, issues, trends and events shaping the international art world. Written in clear, well-crafted language that is as comprehensible to the novice as it is to the expert, the magazine offers a lively, provocative, and visually stimulating package that informs as well as entertains with news dispatches from a worldwide network of correspondents, hard-hitting investigative reports, criticism and opinion. Visit site.

 

ArtAccess: Visit site.

 

ArtsJournal: ArtsJournal was founded September 13, 1999 in the heady days of the dotcom boom. The site is a digest of some of the best arts and cultural journalism in the English-speaking world. Each day ArtsJournal features link to stories culled from around the internet, including blogs and more than 200 English-language newspapers, magazines and publications featuring writing about arts and culture. Stories from sites that charge for access have generally been excluded.

The current AJ site is the fifth design. In 2003 we added blogs and the site now features more than 60 prominent writers on culture. We expect to keep adding to the number with individuals, group and limited-time group debate blogs. Visit site.

 

Artsy: Artsy’s mission is to make all the world’s art accessible to anyone with an Internet connection. We are a resource for art collecting and education. Visit site.

 

Art21: Over the past decade, ART21 has established itself as the preeminent chronicler of contemporary art and artists through its Peabody Award-winning, PBS-broadcast television series, ART21 Art in the Twenty-First Century. The nonprofit organization has used the power of digital media to introduce millions of people of all ages to contemporary art and artists and has created a new paradigm for teaching and learning about the creative process. Visit site.

 

Blouinartinfo: An arts and culture newsletter brought to you by Blouinartinfo, brings you information on visual art, theater, and much more. You can also subscribe to other newsletters as well, bringing you the latest arts, luxury, and cultural news.  Subscribe here.

 

Dirty Laundry uncovers what makes artists tick. As a curated platform, Dirty Laundry interviews interesting characters and publishes poignant essays from artists to explore their artistic process, motivations and creative weaknesses. The online magazine is a collaborative effort between three individuals – an illustrator, a designer and a writer – typically hard at work in a small Seattle apartment. Visit site.

 

Rembrandt's Dog List: This site is part of an ongoing ‘work in progress’ to map (by the means of index/longlist of living painters) the most painterly regions of contemporary painting on the basis of a specific aesthetic premisse. Visit site.

 

Strange Fire: The Strange Fire artist collective is a group of interdisciplinary artists, curators, and writers focused on work that engages with current social and political forces. We seek to create a venue for work that critically questions the dominant social hierarchy and are dedicated to highlighting work made by women, people of color, and queer and trans artists. 

Our collective practice is centered around increasing the visibility of meaningful work and creating dialogue and community through publications, exhibitions, and events.   We are committed to making our projects accessible, affordable, and socially relevant. 

Strange Fire was formed in 2015 by Jess T. Dugan, Rafael Soldi, Zora J. Murff, and Hamidah Glasgow. Visit Site.

 

Studio Break: Studio Break is a podcast and blog site created by David Linneweh in the Fall of 2011 after a studio visit with John Reddington. It began simply as a way to continue the types of discussions artists have in studio about what they are creating and how they are creating; to illuminate how visual artists maintain a studio practice. Guests are invited on the podcast for an interview and discussion where they share their upbringing, how they became an artist, what formal training they may have received, as well as what their past and current bodies of work are about, all the research that takes place and everything in-between. Visit Site.

 

Whitehot Magazine: Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art was founded by artist Noah Becker in 2005. Over more than a decade Whitehot Magazine has become one of the most popular international art magazines. Becker has published over 300 writers since the magazine was founded, many of them the top art writers and critics. Whitehot has also introduced many new voices to the art writing world and beyond. In addition, we publish a yearly print addition in conjunction with Art Basel Miami art fair week and have a documentary on contemporary art and a documentary series on our YouTube channel. Visit Site.