List of art magazines

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An art magazine is a publication whose main topic is art. They can be in print form, online, or both and may be aimed at different audiences, including galleries, buyers, amateur or professional artists and the general public. Art magazines can be either trade or consumer magazines or both.

Notable art magazines include:


  • 20x20 magazine, arts and literature publication, founded in 2008 in London.
  • 291, 1915–6, New York City


Aesthetica cover, February/March 2010
  • Aesthetica, est. 2002, United Kingdom
  • Afterall, est. 1998/9, London, United Kingdom
  • The Aldine, 1869–1879, American art monthly
  • American Art Review, est. 1972, American colonial era until the early 1970s
  • Aperture, est. 1952, quarterly photography magazine; based in New York, USA
  • Apollo, est. 1925, monthly, based in London, United Kingdom
  • ARC Magazine, est. 2011, contemporary Caribbean art and culture
  • Art and Antiques, est. 1984, published out of North Carolina, USA
  • Art and Architecture Journal, est. 1980, re-launched 2005; UK based
  • Art+Auction, owned by Louise Blouin Media
  • Art & Project, Dutch art magazine, 1968–1989
  • Art in America, est. 1913; covers US and international art but concentrated on New York
  • Art in Print, est. 2011, bimonthly art magazine and website on the history and culture of artists’ prints
  • Art International, 1956–1984, published quarterly in Paris, France
  • Art Monthly, est. 1976, UK-based coverage of contemporary art
  • The Art Newspaper, est. 1983, international coverage of news from the world of visual arts
  • Art on Paper, 1996–2009, based in New York
  • ART PAPERS, based in Atlanta, Georgia, bimonthly contemporary art magazine
  • Art Press, est. 1972 based in Paris, monthly bi-lingual (French/English) contemporary art magazine
  • Art Press 2, est. 2006 based in Paris, quarterly contemporary art magazine
  • ArtAsiaPacific, covers contemporary art in Asia, the Pacific, and the Middle East
  • Artforum, est. 1962 in San Francisco, now based in New York, US
  • Artibus Asiae, est. 1925 in Dresden, biannual academic journal specialising in the arts and archaeology of Asia
  • Artibus et Historiae, semi-annual journal of art historical research, published by the Institute for Art Historical Research
  • Artillery, based in Los Angeles, covers US and international art but concentrated on California
  • ARTINFO, owned by Louise Blouin Media
  • Artist Profile, est. 2007, Sydney, Australia, contemporary art quarterly covering Asia-Pacific
  • Artlink, founded in 1981, based in Australia, covers contemporary art of Australia and Asia-Pacific
  • Artlog, based in Brooklyn, NY, online only
  • Artnet, based in New York, Berlin and Paris
  • ARTnews, founded in 1902, covering ancient to contemporary art
  • ArtNexus, leading Latin American contemporary art magazine, est. 1976, based in Bogota and North Miami
  • ArtReview, est. 1949, international contemporary art magazine, based in London
  • Arts Magazine, monthly art journal published in New York by Art Digest, Co., 1926–1992
  • Atlantica Revista de Arte y Pensamiento, Centro Atlántico de Arte de Moderno (CAAM), based in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, since 1990
  • Australian Art Collector, est. 1997, quarterly magazine covering Australian contemporary art, including aboriginal art
  • Australian Art Review, Australian quarterly fine arts magazine


  • BAK magazine, bilingual Turkish and English visual arts magazine
  • The Bear Deluxe, Portland, Oregon-based magazine dedicated to environmental writing, literature, and visual art
  • Beautiful/Decay, began as a 'zine, currently a blog
  • Bedeutung, a quarterly British publication of philosophy, current affairs, art and literature
  • The Blue Review, a London-based arts magazine, 1911–1913
  • Blueprint, London-based magazine of architecture and design
  • BOMB Magazine, a quarterly magazine edited by artists and writers, based in New York, est. 1981
  • The Brooklyn Rail, a journal of arts, culture, and politics published monthly in Brooklyn, est. 2000
  • The Burlington Magazine, est. 1903, based in London, England, longest running English-language art journal




  • Esopus, semi-annual magazine, based in New York, founded in 2003
  • esse arts + opinions, Montreal-based contemporary art magazine, published three times a year


  • Fillip, contemporary art magazine, based in Vancouver, Canada, founded in 2004
  • First American Art Magazine, quarterly magazine about indigenous art of the Americas, founded in 2013
  • Flash Art, bimonthly contemporary art magazine, based in Milan, Italy,
  • frieze, London-based contemporary art magazine, founded 1991, published eight times a year



  • ImagineFX , magazine of digital art, est. 2006, based in Bath, UK
  • Die Insel, 1899-1901, Munich, Germany



  • KIOSK, art, design and architecture magazine, est. 2007, based in London, UK


  • LensCulture, international art of photography, est. 2004
  • Lodown magazine, bimonthly art, culture and lifestyle magazine featuring sculpture, photography, and graffiti






  • Sculpture, published by the International Sculpture Center
  • Sensitive Skin Magazine, an online magazine of the arts
  • Studio International, art and design magazine founded in 1893 under the name The Studio: An Illustrated Magazine of Fine and Applied Art, in print 1963–1994, presently online only






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