Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture, was founded in September 2006 by Giovanni Aloi, a London-based lecturer in history of art and media studies. The Journal combines a heightened level of academic scrutiny of animals in visual culture, with a less formal and more experimental format designed to cross the boundaries of academic knowledge, in order to appeal to diverse audiences including artists and the general public alike.
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Cutting edge ’70s New York art rag is devoted to images from popular culture culled & assembled by Alan Suicide; one half of the cult New York No-Wave duo “Suicide”.
Founded by K. Michael Hays.
Bald Ego, either the world’s most visual literary magazine or the world’s most literary visual magazine, continues its pursuit of syncretic splendor with a lustrous lineup for issue three. Jack Spade transformed the cover into a readymade. Inside, Elias Khoury, Philip Taaffe, John Lurie, Gary Indiana, Sam Matamoros, Mcdermott & McGough, Sante d’Orazio, Tom Sachs, Keith Sonnier, Elizabeth Peyton, Jack Pierson, Richard Prince, Fred Tomaselli, James Salter and many more.
Garmento is a semiannual fashion zine printed and published out of New York. Its focus is on the contemporary and the historical, insisting that the two are one and the same. In the midst of a saturated fashion culture and flagrant consumerism, Garmento ponders beyond it all: what more can there be to clothes?
Gastronomica is an academic journal on food. They have some of the most amazing covers, featuring food related artworks. In the past they featured Mona Hatoum, Andy Warhol, Chema Madoz, etc.
Holiday was composed of almost all long-form travel essays—it was not, like many modern travel magazines, list after list of where to eat, shop, and sleep. Holiday also published so many famous writers: Joseph Heller, Irwin Shaw, Arthur C. Clarke, E. B. White, Arthur Miller, Gay Talese, Paul Bowles, Steinbeck, Saroyan, Kerouac, Cheever, O’Hara, Bellow, Thurber, Faulkner. It was in Holiday that Truman Capote declared that he lived in Brooklyn—by choice!
Journal des Dames et des Modes was a French fashion periodical published in the 1910′s and illustrated by some of the finest illustrators of the Art Deco period.
Journal of the History of Collections is dedicated to providing the clearest insight into all aspects of collecting activity. For centuries collecting has been the pursuit of princes and apothecaries, scholars and amateurs alike. Only recently, however, has the study of collections and their collectors become the subject of great multidisciplinary interest.
Ling long women’s magazine, published in Shanghai from 1931 to 1937, was popular during a time of dramatic material, social, and political change in China.
Lingua Franca was an American magazine about intellectual and literary life in academia.
Oz was first published as a satirical humour magazine between 1963 and 1969 in Sydney, Australia and, in its second and better known incarnation, became a “psychedelic hippy” magazine from 1967 to 1973 in London.
Perspecta: The Yale Architectural Journal the oldest student-edited architectural journal in the United States, is internationally respected for its contributions to contemporary architectural discourse with original presentations of new projects as well as historical and theoretical essays.
The Art of Eating is about the best food and wine — what they are, how they are produced, where to find them (the farms, markets, shops, restaurants).
Wet was an avant-garde Los Angeles-based magazine that revolved around the idea of “gourmet bathing”.