ArtMaze Magazine is published five times per year and announces a competition-based curated call for art for each issue every 2-3 months. We invite guest curators from internationally renowned galleries as well as independent art professionals and artists to select works for each issue’s curated section of works.
ArtMaze print editions offer its readers a continuous art experience which includes interviews with our guest curators and featured artists from two of the main sections of the magazine which include Curated and Editorial selections of works. These carefully curated selections offer an insight to the inspiring progress and success of an extraordinary amount of emerging and mid-career contemporary artists from all over the world who have been applying to our annual competition-based curated calls. Both of these selections are separately judged. Each of our issues count around 40-50 artist features.
Artists are welcome to submit works in any medium: painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, photography, textile, installation, digital, film, performance, any mixed media etc.
Artists or any art organisations on behalf of artists from all countries are welcome to submit.
You can check out the details of our current competition-based call for art (publishing opportunity) and submit your work here. Please note, submissions for the publishing opportunities in print editions require an essential non-refundable fee due to the substantial admin and processing work involved.
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All issues of ArtMaze Magazine are stored in the UK in the British Library (London), Bodleian Library (Oxford University), Cambridge University Library, National Library of Scotland, National Library of Wales and Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland).
Although ArtMaze Magazine can be seen as a periodical publication, the quality of its production often reminds our readers as of an ‘art book’. We pay our highest attention to detail when it comes to the production of each issue to ensure the best print quality which would provide a delightful reading experience.
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Editor-in-Chief & Founder
Guest Curators we worked with:
Julie Curtiss, artist
Fabiola Alondra and Jane Harmon, founders of Fortnight Institute, NYC
Cassie Beadle, curator, and Victoria Williams, director of Cob Gallery, London
Zoe Fisher, founder and curator at @zoefisherprojects and co-owner and director of Fisher Parrish Gallery, NYC
Projet Pangée Gallery: Julie Côté, founder and head curator; Sophie Latouche and Michelle Bui, gallery associates and curators; Montreal, Canada
Nora Cristea and Saskia Höfler-Hohengarten, head curators and directors of contemporary art blog KubaParis, based in Berlin, Germany
Matthew F Fisher, artist and independent curator
Scott Ogden, founder and curator of Shrine Gallery, NYC
Brigitte Mulholland, curator, director of Anton Kern Gallery, NYC
Charlie Roberts, artist and co-founder of 0-0 LA Gallery and traveling show Got It For Cheap (GIFC)
Chris Sharp, writer and independent curator based in Mexico City, co-founder of Lulu
Tristian Koenig, Melbourne-based gallerist
Anna Gram Sørensen and Kerry Harm Nielsen, directors and head curators of Gallerie Kant, Copenhagen, Denmark
Kim Savage, founder and director of FOLD Gallery, London
Sara Maria Salamone and Tyler Lafreniere, founders and head curators of Mrs. Gallery, NYC
Benjamin Sutton, independent curator, art critic, news editor at Hyperallergic, NYC
Kristian Day, independent curator and gallerist, London
Jacob Rhodes, head curator and co-founder, Field Projects, NYC
Kristin Hjellegjerde, head curator and founder, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London
ArtMaze Magazine is printed in the UK, London, five times a year by Park Communications Ltd.
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print ISSN No. 2399-892X
online ISSN No. 2399-8938
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