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Published by Artists of Utah, 15 Bytes is a monthly online publication featuring a variety of articles on Utah’s art scene including artist interviews, exhibition, performance and book reviews, spotlights on galleries and more.
An online contemporary art magazine updated with new content weekly including exhibition reviews and artist profiles, with a focus on the Los Angeles art scene.
artcritical began its life as a personal website for founder editor and publisher David Cohen in 2001, and since grown to include mutliple contributors with essays and reviews, and the critics’ forum, The Review Panel, hosted by the Brooklyn Public Library and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
Founded in 2008, BURNAWAY is an Atlanta-based digital magazine whose mission is to provide coverage of the arts in and from Atlanta and the South in order to support the vibrant creative communities in the region to a national audience. In addition to the magazine, BURNAWAY hosts a Art Writers Mentorship Program.
Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles (Carla) is a quarterly magazine, online art journal, and podcast, committed to being an active source for critical dialogue surrounding the Los Angeles art community.
Glasstire is the oldest online-only art magazine in the country, covering the visual arts in Texas for a local, regional and national audience since 2001, updated on a daily basis.
Hyperallergic provides a forum for mutliple perspectives on art and culture being produced throughout the world today. Created by husband-and-husband team, Veken Gueyikian and Hrag Vartanian, Hyperallergic officially launched in 2009.
Founded in 2008 by William Poundstone on Art and Chaos, based in Los Angeles.
A conversation between contemporary artists and their influences across time, co-founded by artists Julie Heffernan and Virginia Wagner.
Seattle Art Post began with the simple mission of providing exposure for Seattle area visual artists through social media. Founded by Jessica Ghyvoronsky, SAP’s mission is geared toward serving local emerging artists and the Seattle community by providing opportunities of connection.
Most art journals are written by artists or academicians for their peers. Squarecylinder is different. It expresses informed critical opinions, but targets a broad audience. Squarecylinder’s goal is to expand the audience for art, to illuminate and demystify contemporary art issues. Editor David M. Roth